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Show Me How: Unlock Real-Time Analytics with Streaming Data Pipelines and Change Data Capture (CDC)

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Data pipelines are the backbone of modern organizations, enabling seamless integration, transformation, and preparation of data for downstream systems. If your organization relies on batch-based data pipelines or open-source Apache Kafka, it's time to explore a more efficient and powerful alternative. Join our upcoming Show Me How session to discover the advantages of streaming data pipelines for real-time analytics.

During this hands-on session, we'll guide you through the journey of a retailer grappling with disparate data spread across multiple environments. Their ultimate objective? Consolidating the data from these various data sources to gain a holistic view of their customer data and build targeted customer loyalty programs.

You’ll learn how to:

  • Connect data from Oracle and PostgreSQL databases to Amazon Redshift in real time to load enriched data into data warehouses for subsequent analytics and reporting
  • Process data streams using ksqlDB, combining and enriching customer data to build customer loyalty programs
  • Govern and offload the operational burden of managing open-source Apache Kafka with Confluent’s fully managed platform
  • Elevate your open source Apache Kafka deployment with Confluent Cloud

Don't miss out on this opportunity to learn how to unlock real-time analytics.

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