Pulsar Summit is an annual conference dedicated to Apache Pulsar community, bringing together an international audience of CTOs/CIOs, developers, data architects, data scientists, Apache Pulsar committers and contributors, and the messaging and streaming community, to share experiences, exchange ideas, and knowledge about Pulsar and its growing community, and receive hands-on training sessions led by Pulsar experts.
After a very successful Pulsar Summit Virtual Conference in June, we have decided to present our Pulsar Summit Asia 2020 in the same way on November 28-29, 2020. The two-day conference will be free to attend! Talk submissions and sponsorship opportunities are now open for the conference!
The opportunity to speak at the second global Pulsar Summit is a great chance to participate in the rapidly growing Apache Pulsar community. Join us for the opportunity to be on stage with top Pulsar thought-leaders, including Apache Pulsar PMC members Sijie Guo and Jia Zhai from StreamNative, Penghui Li from Zhaopin.com, Karthik Ramasamy from Splunk, and other community leaders such as Jesse Anderson from Big Data Institute.
Proposals for speaker presentations are currently being accepted. Suggested topics include: Pulsar use cases, operations, technology deep dive, and ecosystem. Submissions are open until October 14, 2020.
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Suggested topics include Pulsar use cases, operations, technology deep dive, and ecosystem.
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