Automotive and Manufacturing Landscape for Apache Kafka
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Apache Kafka Landscape for Automotive and Manufacturing

Apache Kafka is the central nervous system of many applications in various areas related to the automotive and manufacturing industry for processing analytical and transactional data in motion across edge, hybrid, and multi-cloud deployments. This article explores the event streaming landscape for automotive including connected vehicles, smart manufacturing, supply chain optimization, aftersales, mobility services, and innovative new business models.
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Conversational AI NLP and Chatbot with Apache Kafka
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Apache Kafka for Conversational AI, NLP and Chatbot

Natural Language Processing (NLP) helps many projects in the real world for service desk automation, customer conversation with a chatbot, content moderation in social networks, and many other use cases. Learn how event streaming with Apache Kafka is used in conjunction with Machine Learning platforms at the carmaker BMW, the online travel and booking portal Expedia, and the dating app Tinder for reliable real-time conversational AI, NLP, and chatbots.
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Top Apache Kafka Use Cases and Architectures for 2022
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Top 5 Apache Kafka Use Cases for 2022

Apache Kafka and Event Streaming are two of the most relevant buzzwords in tech these days. Ever wonder what my predicted TOP 5 Event Streaming Architectures and Use Cases for 2022 are to set data in motion? Check out the following presentation. Learn about the Kappa architecture, hyper-personalized omnichannel, multi-cloud deployments, edge analytics, and real-time cybersecurity.
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Apache Kafka - The Backbone for Cybersecurity including SIEM and SOAR
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Kafka for Cybersecurity (Part 1 of 6) – Data in Motion as Backbone

This blog series explores use cases and architectures for Apache Kafka in the cybersecurity space, including situational awareness, threat intelligence, forensics, air-gapped and zero trust environments, and SIEM / SOAR modernization. This post is part one: Data in motion as cybersecurity backbone.
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