Confluent is pleased to announce the inaugural Kafka Summit 2016 to be held in San Francisco on April 26. The inaugural Kafka Summit is a full day conference that brings together the Apache Kafka community. At Hortonworks, since we are committed to delivering data-in-motion and data-at-rest completely in the open, we continue to introduce enterprise feature requirements and drive that innovation into the public domain. In addition, Hortonworks DataFlow (HDF) 1.2, a data-in-motion platform for real-time streaming data was just released in the first quarter of this year. HDF improves support for streaming analytics, Apache Storm and Apache Kafka. Hortonworks Community Connection’s (HCC) Future of Data: San Francisco will be hosting a Storm/Kafka Meetup, “Securing Kafka Clusters” with Parth Brahmbhatt, Sr. Software Engineer at Neltflix and Apache Storm Committer & PMC and Sriharsha Chintalapani, Storm/Kafka Tech Lead at Hortonworks, Apache Kafka Committer, Apache Storm Committer & PMC on May 25 6:00 to 9:00 PM .
The Kafka Summit is packed with useful content from a diverse group of developers, experts, core committers and leading production end users. Here are some of my personal key highlights:
At Hortonworks we continue to see strong enterprise adoption of Kafka across large, real time data integration and stream processing projects. Hortonworks has contributed extensively to Apache Kafka 0.9 and earlier releases. Some of the highlights of that recent work include –
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