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Australian State Government - Data Streaming Forum

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Tuesday, October 10, 2023

9am - 10am AEST (Brisbane) | 10am - 11am AEDT (Sydney, Melbourne)


Data streaming is an infrastructure revolution that is fundamentally changing how Departments and Agencies think about data and build applications.

With data volume growing at breakneck speed, the ability to harness its power in real time is the key to driving improved service delivery, accelerating innovation, and reducing risks—ultimately creating a more responsive government.

As a result, more businesses are tapping into data streaming platforms to process continuous streams of data as soon as they are generated. It is now the backbone of many business-critical systems—from customer experiences to automated operations.

Hear how Queensland Department of Transport and Main Roads leverages event streaming within the Digital Drivers Licence program, hear the current state of real-time data streaming in Australia, and learn what use cases can be leveraged for your business needs.

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9:00am-9:05am: Start / Acknowledgement of Country
9:05am-9:15am: Insights on Data in Motion and Data Streaming Trends
9:15am-9:30am: Digital Driver's Licence and Event Streaming
9:30am-9:45am: Q&A
9:45am: Closing and Wrap-Up

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Neil is the A/Director Digital Delivery, Digital Licence Project, Dept Transport and Main Roads. The Digital Licence Project has re-architected to event streaming based microservices to provide Queensland Licence holders with a “near real time” digital credential whilst avoiding a significant upgrade to the existing mainframe’s processing power.

Saul Caganoff is a Principal in Deloitte's Cloud & Engineering Practice. With more than 30 years industry experience across government, financial services and utilities - Saul is a recognized leader on systems integration and event-driven architecture. Saul has worked with government agencies in Queensland, NSW and Victoria delivering strategies and solutions to enable digital citizen experiences and cross-agency collaboration.

David is a Principal Solutions Engineer with Confluent. He works across the APAC region with wide range of industries. Specifically David works in areas such as: designing resilient Kappa Architectures, consulting on distributed system best practices and on the growing influence of Large Language Models and there role in creating knowledge-driven systems.

David lives on the Sunshine Coast in Australia and has four kids. In what little spare time he has he enjoys swimming at the beach, free diving , painting, drawing, and losing at Mario Kart (nearly) every time with his kids.

Reece Denne’s main focus is helping customers build the confidence and technical capability to operate their most sensitive workloads in the AWS cloud. His focus areas are Public Sector customers, primarily transport, based in Queensland but also assists customers globally in his area of depth: Security and Compliance. He is a tenured Amazonian having worked in AWS Enterprise Support, AWS Commercial Operations and the AWS Worldwide Public Sector team in both London and Brisbane, Australia. His prior experience to Amazon included consulting in the UK and Europe and before that working for a global miner in Australia among others. His expertise areas are migrations, storage, compute, security, architecture and fostering a culture of learning.

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