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Webinar
On demand • Aug, 2022

How to extend Kafka pipelines to users over the public internet

If you want to reliably deliver Kafka data through your firewall and make it accessible through mobile applications, web pages and connected devices on the public internet - then this webinar is a must see.

Kafka isn’t designed for distributing data between internal systems and consumers on the public internet. Yet rich, live digital experiences are a must-have as far as users are concerned. In this webinar we will show you how you can use Ably, the serverless WebSocket PaaS, to harness the power of Kafka so that you can deliver engaging realtime applications to users at the edge.

Product Champion, Ben Gamble, talks you through everything you need to know including how to:

  • Minimise infrastructure, engineering & DevOps costs.

  • Speed up time-to-market by building on a fully-managed realtime infrastructure.

  • Ensure world-class customer experiences with hard availability and delivery guarantees.

  • Keep you data completely secure end-to-end.

Sign-up to watch on-demand from 3rd August onward, with the opportunity to post questions on what matters to you most.

Speaker: Ben Gamble, Product Champion at Ably

Ben has spent the last 10 years in a range of startups and high growth companies, bridging the gap between research and product development. Having worked with the cutting edge of Augmented reality, scaling 3D gaming, and wearable tech, he's no stranger to taking on technical challenges, and the commercial realities that entails. Ben now works to make realtime data a reality for anyone who needs it.

Customers building on Ably

  1. Realtime patient engagement and care scheduling for 60k+ patients/day.

  2. Powers live chat, updates, analytics, and composition for millions of users.

  3. Powers realtime analysis of feature impact on business, product, and operational metrics.

  4. Provides realtime sports data for sports, betting, and media companies around the world.