SingleStore & Kafka: Better Together to Power Modern Real-Time Data Architecture

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To remain competitive, organizations need access to real-time data streams and fast analytics, not only to gain insights into their business but also to power applications and dashboards that need to react in the moment. 

Kafka has evolved to become the industry standard for building real-time data pipelines and streaming applications. And a number of customers are leveraging the power of Kafka together with the low-latency analytics from SingleStore to enable some of the most compelling use cases.  With the SingleStore Kafka connector, organizations can easily build real-time data pipelines to ingest streaming data in real-time from diverse data sources for immediate availability.

Join us for this webinar to learn more about how Kafka and SingleStore enable a modern, yet simple data architecture to analyze both fast-paced data ingestion as well as large historical datasets.

As part of this session, you can learn more about:

  • Best practice architecture for ingesting data in real-time using SingleStore Kafka connector 
  • Customer examples and case studies highlighting real-time ingestion into SingleStore using Kafka
  • Demo on how to create a real-time data pipeline from Kafka


Yassine Faihe, EMEA Head of Solutions Consulting, SingleStore

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