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Digital Transformation Starts by Setting Your Data in Motion

Available On-Demand

Join Jay Kreps, CEO and Co-founder of Confluent, Sibito Morley, SVP and Chief Data Officer of Lumen Technologies, and Brad Peterson, CIO of Nasdaq, for a conversation exploring how successful companies across all industries are redefining their data infrastructure to compete in the new digital age.

Businesses are in constant motion — products made, services delivered, stocks traded, accounts charged. Today’s pace of industry demands it’s all working in concert and happening in real time. But as businesses are on the move, databases continue to be siloed. Leaving no time to adapt until it’s too late. This requires a new type of data infrastructure - one that flows in real-time, allowing individual actions to trigger instant responses, across apps, systems and organizations - to enable companies to connect their data streams into a unifying central nervous system.

Hear how Fortune 500 companies and leading technology providers are driving real-time innovation through the power of data in motion to deliver richer customer experiences and automate backend operations.

During this session, we’ll discuss:

  • How to deliver rich customer experiences
  • How to accelerate the transition to real-time & automated backend operations
  • And we’ll answer your top-of-mind questions along the way.

Your business is in motion. Now is the time to learn how to set your data in motion too. Register now!

Autores

Jay Kreps

Co-founder & CEO, Confluent

Jay Kreps is the CEO and co-founder of Confluent, the foundational platform for data in motion built on Apache Kafka. As a pioneer in a new category of data infrastructure, Confluent’s significant growth underscores the importance of data in motion across all industries. Prior to Confluent he was the lead architect for data and infrastructure at LinkedIn. He is the initial developer of several open source projects, including Apache Kafka.

Brad Peterson

Executive Vice President and Chief Technology and Chief Information Officer, Nasdaq

Brad Peterson currently serves as Executive Vice President and Chief Technology and Chief Information Officer (CTO/CIO) for Nasdaq. Before Nasdaq, he served as CIO and EVP for Schwab Technology Services (STS), responsible for Schwab’s technology innovation, development, infrastructure and operations.

Sibito Morley

Chief Data Officer, Lumen

As Lumen’s Chief Data Officer, Sibito leverages deep technology expertise every day to drive innovation and efficiency through business partnerships and collaboration. Together with his team, they are leading Lumen’s digital transformation through evolutionary architectures, data democratization, artificial intelligence, and application modernization.

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