Confluent announces new capabilities to ensure data quality
This week Confluent announced new Confluent Cloud capabilities. They should "give customers confidence that their data is trustworthy and can be easily processed and securely shared. "The data streaming specialist is launching a range of new features to secure data for decision-making.
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Confluent acquires Germany-based real-time data firm Immerok
Confluent announced the acquisition of Immerok. The German startup develops a platform that simplifies the development of stream processing applications.
The terms of the deal weren't disclosed, but Immerok has previously raised $17 million. Stream processing applications analyze data in real ... Read more
Safe airstreams, Confluent climbs higher with data governance control
Information is accelerating. From the top-tier information services that we use on our desktop and mobile applications every day, through the middle layers that form the interconnecting fabric of the web and the cloud… and downwards to the backend base substrate operations systems that underpin e... Read more
Confluent makes Kubernetes version of its Kafka service
Confluent has released Confluent for Kubernetes. This now makes it possible to run the data streaming software on-premises via Kubernetes.
In a blog post, Rohit Bakhshi, product manager at Confluent, says the company has completely reimagined its platform to allow users to run a Kafka service on... Read more
Confluent confidentially files for IPO
Confluent, the company behind Apache Kafka, filed for an IPO confidentially, late yesterday. The filing was a formal intent to have an IPO, with key details like the proposed price range and number of shares still changing.
Confluent is valued at more than $4 billion and along with companies lik... Read more
Confluent makes Apache Kafka cloud-native with new pricing model
Confluent makes the open source event streaming platform Apache Kafka cloud-native. Confluent Cloud, which until recently was the company's PaaS offering for Kafka, now offers a new consumption-based pricing model. There are no requirements for minimum use.
The news was announced at the Kafka Summit... Read more
Google Cloud challenges AWS with new open source integrations
Google has announced to collaborate with a number of major open source data management and analytics companies, to integrate their products into the Google Cloud Platform and offer them as managed services. These are Confluent, DataStax, Elastic, InfluxData, MongoDB, Neo4j and Redis Labs.
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