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How DriveCentric Teamed Up with Confluent to Scale for Massive Growth

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DriveCentric helps automotive dealers deliver better customer experiences with powerful CRM and sales technologies designed to drive engagement, shorten sales cycles, and accelerate growth.

To keep pace with increasingly high platform demand and evolving customer needs, DriveCentric decided to transition its core product from a traditional, multi-layered web application based on data at rest to a highly scalable, event-driven microservices-based architecture oriented around data in motion. Leveraging Confluent’s fully managed, cloud-native service for Apache Kafka®, DriveCentric has been able to successfully transform and grow their business within a rapidly changing market.

Join this webinar and learn how DriveCentric worked with Confluent to:

  • Build for ongoing, scalable platform growth and seamless handling of peak workloads with an event-driven microservices-based architecture
  • Maintain focus on innovation and improved customer experiences, not infrastructure, by using a fully managed service for Kafka
  • Attract and retain top engineering talent by building a modern tech stack equipped with powerful developer tooling and backed by expert Kafka support


  • Chris Burriss, Chief Technology Officer, DriveCentric
  • Hemanth Vedagarbha, Head of Global Commercial Sales, Confluent

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