Scaling across 200+ DevOps teams - data governance & self-service for Aiven & Kafka
Event streaming empowers companies to service their customers faster and better and accelerate their business processes. It is no surprise to see that streaming engines such as Kafka gained popularity. In this talk, we will share some insights into our journey at scaling Kafka at de Rabobank. What worked well, and what didn’t? How can you make the adoption of Kafka a success in your organization? And, how can you scale data governance to stay in control?
Developer Advocate at Axual
Richard enjoys helping people to understand event streaming, as well as developing software. Originally trained as an embedded software engineer with a preference for integration, he soon moved into technical software engineering and integration. He has worked on different types of projects such as the ground stations for the Galileo satellites, public transport vehicle information systems and business process management automation before joining Axual in the event streaming world. At Axual he has been active as a developer, architect, tech lead and trainer and now as a Developer Advocate. In his spare time you can often find Richard and his camera at air shows or at the airport.
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September 14-15, AMSTERDAM, NETHERLANDS