Palestra: Practical Change Data Streaming Use Cases with Apache Kafka and Debezium

Track: Engenharia aplicada a Machine Learning

Sala: Sala 4

Horário: 2:05pm - 2:50pm

Dia da semana: Segunda-feira

Nível: Intermediário

Persona: Arquiteto(a), Desenvolvedor(a) Programador(a), Desenvolvedor(a) Sênior, DevOps, Líder Técnico(a)

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Pontos Principais

  • Hear about change data capture (CDC) and project Debezium. 
  •  Find out about the use cases of CDC.
  •  Learn about the outbox pattern and how it avoids dual write issues.

Resumo

Debezium (noun | de·be·zi·um | /dɪ:ˈbɪ:ziːəm/) - Secret Sauce for Change Data Capture.

Apache Kafka is a highly popular option for asynchronous event propagation between microservices. Things get challenging though when adding a service’s database to the picture: How can you avoid inconsistencies between Kafka and the database?

Enter change data capture (CDC) and Debezium. By capturing changes from the log files of the database, Debezium gives you both reliable and consistent inter-service messaging via Kafka and instant read-your-own-write semantics for services themselves.

In this session you’ll see how to leverage CDC for reliable microservices integration, e.g. using the outbox pattern, as well as many other CDC applications, such as maintaining audit logs, automatically keeping your full-text search index in sync, and driving streaming queries. We’ll also discuss practical matters, e.g. HA set-ups, best practices for running Debezium in production on and off Kubernetes, and the many use cases enabled by Kafka Connect's single message transformations.

Palestrante: Gunnar Morling

Principal Software Engineer at Red Hat

Gunnar Morling is a software engineer and open-source enthusiast by heart. He is leading the Debezium project, a tool for change data capture (CDC). He is a Java Champion, the spec lead for Bean Validation 2.0 (JSR 380) and has founded multiple open source projects such as Deptective and MapStruct. Prior to joining Red Hat, Gunnar worked on a wide range of Java EE projects in the logistics and retail industries. He's based in Hamburg, Germany.

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