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Cloud-Native Kafka: Simplicity, Scale, Speed & Savings with Confluent

Cloud-Native Kafka: Simplicity, Scale, Speed & Savings with Confluent

How much does it cost your organization to run Apache Kafka®? When you calculate that number, do you account for the impact of downtime? What about the cost of teams managing all that data infrastructure?

Just as high-growth organizations have realized that data storage and warehousing are more economical and effective in the cloud, the same shift applies to Kafka. To shift the focus back to what matters most—business innovation—organizations must let go of self-managed Kafka.

In this webinar, you’ll learn about the benefits of leveraging a cloud-native service for Kafka, and how you can lower your total cost of ownership (TCO) by 60% with Confluent Cloud while streamlining your DevOps efforts. Priya Shivakumar, Head of Product, Confluent Cloud, will share two short demos to illustrate how you can:

  • Get started quickly, spinning up Kafka with a few clicks in the cloud
  • Scale elastically and effortlessly, without complex sizing and provisioning
  • Pay for only data streamed, with scale-to-zero pricing and three cluster types fo fit any scale, budget, or use case

Join us to learn how your organization can run at top speed and save money by transitioning your self-managed Kafka deployment to a fully managed, cloud-native Kafka service.

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