Join mobile cybersecurity leader Lookout as they talk through their data ingestion journey.
Lookout enables enterprises to protect their data by evaluating threats and risks at post-perimeter endpoint devices and providing access to corporate data after conditional security scans. Their continuous assessment of device health creates a massive amount of telemetry data, forcing new approaches to data ingestion. Learn how Lookout changed its approach in order to grow from 1.5 million devices to 100 million devices and beyond, by implementing Confluent Platform and switching to Scylla.
Richard Ney, Senior Staff Engineer, Lookout
Richard Ney has more than 30 years of experience with event pipelines and data retrieval. He currently works as an architect and senior developer at Lookout Inc on the Ingestion Pipeline and Query Services team working on the next scale of data ingestion.
Eyal Gutkind, VP of Solutions, ScyllaDB
Eyal Gutkind is a solution architect for Scylla. Prior to Scylla Eyal held product management roles at Mirantis and DataStax. Prior to DataStax Eyal spent 12 years with Mellanox Technologies in various engineering management and product marketing roles. Eyal holds a BSc. degree in Electrical and Computer Engineering from Ben Gurion University, Israel and MBA from Fuqua School of Business at Duke University, North Carolina.
Jeff Bean, Partner Solutions Architect, Confluent
Jeff Bean is a Partner Solution Architect at Confluent and an experienced software engineer and technical evangelist. Jeff has dedicated many years to the open source software ecosystem and is responsible for the Confluent Verified Integrations Program that helps build and verify integrations and connectors with Confluent Platform and Kafka.