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Data Streaming in Real Life: Manufacturing

Data streaming and event-driven architectures are the go-to architecture patterns for 2023 across all industries. Still, different industries face different challenges and follow different trends, even though there are common ones that we find horizontally. This webinar series is designed to give a deep-dive into the state of data streaming in a variety of industries, with examples from all around the globe.

This webinar explores the state of data streaming for the Manufacturing Industry in 2023. Join this webinar to learn more about:

  • how the evolution of industrial IoT, manufacturing 4.0, and digitalized B2B and customer relations led to the need of modern, open, and scalable information sharing.
  • how data streaming provides the ability to integrate and correlate data in real time at any scale.
  • which enterprise architectures are trending in the manufacturing industry globally.

Kai Waehner, Global Field CTO at Confluent, explores general trends like software-defined manufacturing and how data streaming helps modernize and innovate the entire engineering and sales lifecycle. The session will feature real-life use cases and data streaming customer stories from customers like BMW, Mercedes, Michelin, or Siemens.


Kai Waehner

Global Field CTO, Confluent

Kai Waehner is working with Confluent customers across the world, internal teams, and industry analysts. Kai’s main area of expertise lies within the fields of big data analytics, machine learning, hybrid cloud architectures, event stream processing, and Internet of Things. He is a regular speaker at international conferences such as Devoxx, ApacheCon, and Kafka Summit, writes articles for professional journals, and shares his experiences with new technologies on his blog.

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