Webinar On Demand
Bringing Transactionality To The Streaming Ecosystem
Recorded December 15, 2021
Join Us for a Complimentary Live Webinar Sponsored by Vectorized
The message queue has come a long way, but challenges still arise for those who try to scale the traditional message queue. That’s because it still lacks the durability, transactionality and low latency required to serve as part of the critical data path. Businesses today need a modern platform that scales to serve as a real-time data infrastructure.
Come see how Alpaca, a developer-first API for equities and crypto trading, re-engineered their order management system to process millions of orders per minute without data loss and without sacrificing performance. Raja Bhatia, VP of Engineering at Alpaca, will discuss the issues they faced with their initial RabbitMQ system and the innovative way they now use the Redpanda streaming data platform for their transaction log.
Roko Kruze, Head of Customer Success at Vectorized, will give an architectural overview of Redpanda and show how it brings durability and replayability to real-time systems.
Join us to learn more about:
- The evolution of the message queue
- Approaches for bringing transactionality to the queue systems
- Pros and cons of including a database in the system
- Overcoming tradeoffs between performance and data safety guarantees
- Live Q&A
Raja Bhatia, VP of Engineering at Alpaca
Currently leads Engineering at Alpaca. Previously, Raja was the VP of Engineering at Validere, where he led the development of a physical commodities trading market and blend arbitrage platform. Raja has more than 10 years of engineering experience at high-growth startups at all stages, and over 5 years of experience in tech-focused private equity.
Roko Kruze, Head of Customer Success at Vectorized
Currently leads the Customer Success team at Vectorized. Previous to Vectorized Roko worked at Cockroach Labs and Cloudera, where he helped to build multi-region applications and large scale distributed systems supporting global applications.