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All the Ops: DataOps with GitOps for Streaming data on Kafka and Kubernetes


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Sponsored by LENSES.IO

Wednesday, September 16, 2020
11 am ET
Running Apache Kafka and Kubernetes is synonymous with containerized real time data. Many users have adopted the pairing to deploy and manage individual distributed real time applications. 
While Kubernetes allows developers to scale applications in microservices quicker, there are still productivity blockers such as visibility and governance. 
Enter DataOps.
In this webinar, you'll learn how to:
  • Enhance the productivity of your Kafka & Kubernetes stream with DataOps
  • Enable enterprise adoption and scaling 
  • Govern & secure your stream 
Andrew Stevenson
CTO - Lenses.io
Andrew is the Chief Technology Officer and co-founder of Lenses.io. He leads the company's world-class engineering team and technical strategy. With more than 20 years of experience with real time data, Andrew started as a C++ developer before leading and architecting big data projects in the banking, retail and energy sectors including Clearstream, Eneco, Barclays, ING and IMC. He is an experienced Fast Data Solution architect and highly-respected Open Source contributor with extensive data warehousing knowledge. His areas of expertise include DataOps, Apache Kafka, GitOps and Kubernetes and the delivery of data driven applications and big data stacks. 
Spiros Economakis
Cloud Lead - Lenses.io
Spiros Economakis is a senior DevOps engineer, Lenses.io's cloud integration lead and CrossFit head coach. As well as advising customers adopt streaming services such as Apache Kafka in the cloud, he is also responsible for architecting and running Lenses.io's own cloud services delivered to its customers. He comes from having worked many years as a software engineer and CTO of various technology startups.

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