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Integration Insights: Achieve Efficiency with Event-Driven Architecture

March 4, 2021 | 2:00 PM


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Every action your business takes continuously produces a series of events that affect employees, customers, and other stakeholders. You need a high degree of coordination and integration as each action touches a different piece of software, process, or system. Event-driven architectures employ events—actions and changes—between applications, using messaging or other high-speed transfers.

On Thursday, March 4 @ 2:00 pm ET, please join your peers, IBM, and strategic partners as we explore how to use event-driven methodologies to connect applications and services. The trick is to make these connections safely, rapidly, and at scale.

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Integration Insights: Achieve Efficiency with Event-Driven Architecture
Agenda: Live on Thursday, March 4, 2021


1:55 pm (EST)

Sign in & Welcome
We ask that you log into the secure meeting platform ahead of the 2 pm kick-off to ensure you have a secure connection and are ready to go!


2:00 - 2:20 pm (EST)

Build Real Time Apps
Speaker: Savio Rodrigues, VP IBM Automation Platform Offering Management

Increasing customer engagement by responding to events in real-time is critical for a successful digital business. Digital transformation requires a modern and agile approach to integration that supports a broad range of integration styles. The IBM Cloud Pak for Integration now offers the Confluent Platform as an add-on to bring together market-leading integration capabilities. Discover how IBM Cloud Pak for Integration supports a broad range of integration styles and use cases.


2:20 - 2:40 pm (EST)

The Resurgence of Event Driven Architecture 
Speaker: Kim Clark, Integration Architect & Strategist, IBM

Event driven architecture originally rose to popularity in the early 2000s, and it was far from new even then. However, topics described at the time such as event sourcing, complex event processing, and related concepts such as domain driven design have risen to the surface again. Cloud native principles, containerization, microservices, and the success of open source projects such as Apache Kafka have brought new relevance to these patterns. It is clear that RESTful APIs are not the only game in town for component interactions, but the interplay between APIs and events is subtle. We’ll explore the most common patterns in use today, their pros and cons, and consider what role events are likely to play in enterprise architecture in the future.


2:45 - 3:15 pm (EST)

At Home with Laura Vanderkam
Join us for an interactive session with special guest, time management specialist and author Laura Vanderkam, as she shares strategies for productivity, creativity, and health.


3:20 - 3:50 pm (EST)

Six Key Benefits of Event-Driven Architecture 
Speaker: David Mooter, Senior Analyst, Forrester

Event-driven architecture (EDA) is growing in popularity. What is it, and what are its benefits to IT organizations? David will explain what EDA is and walk through six key benefits EDA provides.


3:55 - 4:25 pm (EST)

Event Management in IBM cloud Pak for Integration
Speaker: Alan Chatt, Offering Manager, IBM

IBM Cloud Pak for Integration provides all your integration needs. This includes a comprehensive set of capabilities to asynchronously couple your applications for efficiency and scale. This session will give you a technical understanding of the technologies available and what's best for your different application needs, and provide the latest on Apache Kafka with the event streaming and management capabilities within IBM Cloud Pak for Integration.


4:30 - 5:00 pm (EST)

Meet the Speakers 




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