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Liberty Mutual Workshop Microservices and Apache Kafka®

Let us know you will be joining - we want to make sure we have enough food and SWAG to go around!

Tuesday, March 26, 2019
8:45 am - 1:30 pm
Continental Breakfast and Lunch to be Provided

Liberty Mutual, 150 Liberty Way, Dover, NH 032820
Meeting Room: Baxter, 1st Floor Conference Center

08:45 am    Check-in / Networking / Breakfast
09:00 am    Welcome, Introductions and Objectives for Workshop
09:15 am    Commit Logs in an Age of Microservices - Part 1
10:30 am    Break
10:45 am    Commit Logs in an Age of Microservices - Part 2
11:45 am    Q&A / Next Steps To Get Started
12:00 pm    Lunch Sponsored by Your Confluent Team
01:30 pm    Program Concludes

Sponsored by
Fred Towle, Global Retail Team, Liberty Mutual
Timothy Durgan, Global Retail Team, Liberty Mutual
Jake Melendy, Program Ambassador, Confluent, Inc.

About the Workshop
In the last few years, Apache Kafka® has been used extensively in enterprises for real-time data collecting, delivering, and processing. One of the fastest growing strategies is how Microservices architectures enable organizations like Liberty Mutual, to evolve their systems away from the slow and unresponsive shared-state architectures of the past. Confluent provides a streaming platform for incorporating data in flight into a lightweight, efficient, and responsive microservices architecture. Confluent is the backbone for event driven services.

One of the biggest questions the microservices world needs to answer today is how services fit into an increasingly fast and data-centric world. Stream processing is one answer, but how does this relate with other data technologies and what will the future really look like?

Join Viktor Gamov, Confluent Developer Advocate, for an interactive session to discuss:

Commit Logs in an Age of Microservices
Microservice architectures provide a robust challenge to the traditional centralized database we have come to understand. In this workshop, we’ll explore the notion of unbundling that database, and putting a distributed commit log at the center of our information architecture.

As events impinge on our system, we store them in a durable, immutable log (happily provided by Apache Kafka), allowing each microservice to create a derived view of the data according to the needs of its clients.

Event-based integration avoids the now-well-known problems of RPC and database-based service integration, and allows the information architecture of the future to take advantage of the growing functionality of stream processing systems like Kafka, allowing us to create systems that can more easily adapt to the changing needs of the enterprise and provide the real-time results we are increasingly being asked to provide.

You will get insight on

  • Embracing event-based thinking with an infrastructure built to handle streaming events.
  • Understanding how to create a shared source of truth from event stream datasets.
  • Reviewing of code examples.
  • How strong a role Kafka has and why it is an ideal fit.
  • Event sourcing.
  • Microservices ownership - ownership, and roles.

Who Should Attend
Liberty Mutual Developers, Architects and Engineers who are currently working with Apache Kafka and are looking to learn more about Microservices and what Liberty Mutual is currently investing in and why.

  • Incubator groups within Liberty Mutual
  • Individuals that are looking to transform themselves/people looking to innovate within the organization
  • Application owners and those individuals interested in digital modernization, microservices and customer 360

Remember to RSVP and let us know you will be joining - we want to make sure we have enough SWAG to go around!


Viktor Gamov

Developer Advocate

Viktor Gamov is a developer advocate at Confluent, the company that makes an event streaming platform based on Apache Kafka. Back in his consultancy days, Viktor developed comprehensive expertise in building enterprise application architectures using open source technologies. He enjoys helping architects and developers design and develop low-latency, scalable, and highly available distributed systems. He is a professional conference speaker on distributed systems, streaming data, JVM, and DevOps, and he regularly speaks at events like JavaOne, Devoxx, OSCON, and QCon. He co-authored O’Reilly’s Enterprise Web Development and writes on the Confluent blog.

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