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Bridge to Azure: How Confluent Enables the Deployment of Event-Driven Architectures Everywhere using Microsoft Azure


_Thursday, August 20

10:00 am PT_

Are you planning to scale the underlying architecture for existing applications or continue to build cloud-native applications on Azure? Are you looking to migrate data or to bring data efficiently from multiple clouds to Azure?

To create real-time, event driven applications or build real-time data pipelines, you need a data migration strategy that includes connecting legacy systems with newer cloud-based applications. In this online talk, Confluent and Microsoft will show the phased approach of building applications using Confluent Cloud on Azure. We build the persistent bridge to Azure and show the migration strategies that you can adopt with Confluent Cloud.

Michael is an experienced technology leader with success in driving business transformations through technology. He currently leads the global alliances team focussed on developing the business with Microsoft and Confluent. Before Confluent he held leadership positions at Microsoft and Citrix, and owned his own IT consulting company.

Technical Sales leader and Entrepreneur with 15+ years of experience in driving business growth with innovative products, enabling ISVs and GSIs. Previously Gana was a Solution Architect with Microsoft and chief technologist at Hitachi Vantara where he focused on hybrid cloud, IoT, machine learning and AI applications.

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