49 min

ETL and Event Streaming Explained ft. Stewart Bryson Streaming Audio: A Confluent podcast about Apache Kafka®

    • Technology

Migrating from traditional ETL tools to an event streaming platform is a process that Stewart Bryson (CEO and founder, Red Pill Analytics), is no stranger to. In this episode, he dispels misconceptions around what “streaming ETL” means, and explains why event streaming and event-driven architectures compel us to rethink old approaches:
Not all data is corporate data anymoreNot all data is relational data anymoreThe cost of storing data is now negligibleSupporting modern, distributed event streaming platforms, and the shift of focus from on-premises to the cloud introduces new use cases that focus primarily on building new systems and rebuilding existing ones. 
From Kafka Connect and stack applications to the importance of tables, events, and logs, Stewart also discusses Gradle and how it’s being used at Red Pill Analytics. 
EPISODE LINKS
Deploying Kafka Streams and KSQL with Gradle – Part 1: Overview and MotivationDeploying Kafka Streams and KSQL with Gradle – Part 2: Managing KSQL ImplementationsDeploying Kafka Streams and KSQL with Gradle – Part 3: KSQL User-Defined Functions and Kafka Streams Join the Confluent Community SlackFully managed Apache Kafka as a service! Try free.

Migrating from traditional ETL tools to an event streaming platform is a process that Stewart Bryson (CEO and founder, Red Pill Analytics), is no stranger to. In this episode, he dispels misconceptions around what “streaming ETL” means, and explains why event streaming and event-driven architectures compel us to rethink old approaches:
Not all data is corporate data anymoreNot all data is relational data anymoreThe cost of storing data is now negligibleSupporting modern, distributed event streaming platforms, and the shift of focus from on-premises to the cloud introduces new use cases that focus primarily on building new systems and rebuilding existing ones. 
From Kafka Connect and stack applications to the importance of tables, events, and logs, Stewart also discusses Gradle and how it’s being used at Red Pill Analytics. 
EPISODE LINKS
Deploying Kafka Streams and KSQL with Gradle – Part 1: Overview and MotivationDeploying Kafka Streams and KSQL with Gradle – Part 2: Managing KSQL ImplementationsDeploying Kafka Streams and KSQL with Gradle – Part 3: KSQL User-Defined Functions and Kafka Streams Join the Confluent Community SlackFully managed Apache Kafka as a service! Try free.

49 min

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