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TDWI Schweiz 2018

05. - 06. November 2018 | Swissôtel Zürich

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Vortrag: Di 2.2
Datum: Di, 04.02.2020
Uhrzeit: 14:00 - 14:45
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The Changing Face Of ETL: Event-Driven Architectures For Data Engineers

Uhrzeit: 14:00 - 14:45
Vortrag: Di 2.2

 

In this talk, we’ll discuss the concepts of events, their relevance to data engineers and their ability to unify architectures in a powerful way. We’ll see how stream processing makes sense in both a microservices and ETL environment, and why analytics, data integration and ETL fit naturally into a streaming world. The talk will conclude with a hands-on demonstration of these concepts in practice using Apache Kafka and commentary on the design choices made.

Target Audience: Architects, Data Engineers, Software Engineers, Analysts
Prerequisites: None
Level: Introductory

Extended Abstract
Data integration in architectures built on static, update-in-place datastores inevitably end up with pathologically high degrees of coupling and poor scalability. This has been the standard practice for decades, as we attempt to build data pipelines on top of databases that do a poor job modelling the fundamental objects that drive our businesses and systems: events.
Events carry both notification and state, and form a powerful primitive on which to build systems for developers and data engineers alike. Developers benefit from the asynchronous communication that events enable between services, and data engineers benefit from the integration capabilities. Everyone gains from using the standards-based, scalable and resilient streaming platform.
In this talk, we’ll discuss the concepts of events, their relevance to both software engineers and data engineers and their ability to unify architectures in a powerful way. We’ll see how stream processing makes sense in both a microservices and ETL environment, and why analytics, data integration and ETL fit naturally into a streaming world. The talk will conclude with a hands-on demonstration of these concepts in practice using Apache Kafka and commentary on the design choices made.
Join this talk to learn:

  • The power of events and unbounded data
  • Streaming is not just for real-time applications — it’s for everyone
  • Where a streaming platform fits in an analytic architecture
  • How event-driven architectures can enable greater scalability and flexibility of systems both now and in the future

 

Sponsoren der TDWI Schweiz

  • IT Logix AG Platinsponsor
  • NTT DATA Platinsponsor
  • Trivadis AG Platinsponsor
  • b.telligent Schweiz GmbH Goldsponsor
  • BARC GmbH Goldsponsor
  • BiG EVAL Goldsponsor
  • biGenius Goldsponsor
  • CIMACON GmbH Goldsponsor
  • Digital Improvements GmbH Goldsponsor
  • itelligence Goldsponsor
  • MicroStrategy Goldsponsor
  • NextStride AG Goldsponsor
  • pmOne AG Goldsponsor
  • Q_PERIOR Goldsponsor
  • saracus consulting AG Goldsponsor
  • Syncwork AG Goldsponsor
  • ThoughtSpot Goldsponsor
  • TIMETOACT Software & Consulting GmbH Goldsponsor
  • WhereScape Europe Goldsponsor