This enhances your team's efficiency and increases scalability to process more data. ... Coupled together, Apache Kafka with Kubernetes can massively increase the agility and efficiency of building real-time data applications.
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In this episode of The New Stack Makers podcast — recorded live for KubeCon+CloudNativeCon North America, we talk to Andrew Stevenson, chief technical officer and co-founder of Lenses.io, about how Apache Kafka and Kubernetes can together dramatically increase the agility, efficiency and security of building real-time data applications.
“Data is a constant, and it’s moving around, no matter what technology we’re using,” Stevenson said.
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So how do organizations make the most of that bigger-than-big data? Well, the majority of them have adopted open source tools Kafka stream processing platform or Kubernetes container orchestration system — or most likely both. But the complexity of these huge systems can be overwhelming to the point of ineffective. And with open source tooling, as Stevenson says, can come uncertainty.
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He explained, “It’s a real struggle making sure the open source technology has the governance around it. It’s not that data is something new to people in organizations — they have data. But it’s the security aspect around it. And if you couple that with, quite often, the lack of visibility on open source technology — that is where it starts to fail.”
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