After two successful virtual events in 2020, we are excited to announce Flink Forward Global 2021 on October 26-27!
With stream processing becoming the go-to data processing paradigm for many companies across all industries, we are looking forward to bringing the global Apache Flink community together online to exchange Flink stories and use cases.
Join more than 1,500 software developers, data engineers, software architects, DevOps professionals, and the global Apache Flink community discussing the latest updates in stream processing. Connect and network with fellow Apache Flink enthusiasts, core committers, and PMC members and learn best practices on how to develop real-time event-driven applications.
Tech Architect at Salesforce
Andrey Falko has been in the Streaming space for over 5 years. Most recently he oversaw the Apache Flink platform at Stripe. Prior to that, he built and scaled Apache Kafka for Lyft's Data Platform. At Salesforce, Andrey built a CI/CD system to support Stream and Batch systems. While there he also researched Apache Pulsar and Apache Kafka performance and reliability. Outside of the Streaming space, Andrey built an IaaS system, launched a distributed tracing system with Apache Zipkin, and wrote features for the Salesforce platform. Andrey has recently returned for a second tour at Salesforce.
Engineering Manager at Facebook
Aniket Mokashi is an Engineering Manager on Stream Processing team at Facebook. Throughout his career, he has contributed to the development of large scale data processing frameworks and platforms. Prior to Facebook, he has worked on data platform teams at Youtube, Twitter and Netflix. He is also a committer and PMC member on Apache Parquet and Apache Pig projects. Aniket holds a Master's degree in Information Networking from Carnegie Mellon University.
Tech Lead, Stream Processing Platform at Pinterest
Chen has been working on the Pinterest stream processing platform, Xenon. Previously, he has been working on various data systems since 2007.
Before Pinterest, he contributed to open source projects (Apache Flink, XGBoost) and introduced Flink to Uber in 2016.
Engineering Manager, Realtime Data Infrastructure at Netflix
Hands-on Engineering Manager passionate about Real-Time Streaming Platforms. Loves data - bigger the better. Product driven. Have a Ph.D. in Multimedia Database and Retrievals. Loves reading and long walks
Product Manager at Ververica
Martijn Visser is Senior Product Manager at Ververica, where he's responsible for the SQL and SDK teams. Before joining Ververica, he worked as Product Lead at ING where he was responsible for the product development of ING's realtime streaming analytics and engagement platform.
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