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Welcome to IBM Event Streams and IBM Event Automation 

As a participant, connect with IBM subject matter experts and get answers to your biggest concerns. Also, share ideas, benchmarks, best practices, and lessons learned with other users. As a member of this online user community, you gain:
  • Direct engagement with IBM subject matter experts
  • Tips and tricks from your industry peers
  • News, announcements, and enhancement details
You’ll also get information regarding our regional and virtual user group meetings, upcoming webinars, how-to blogs, and training. We invite you to participate and ask that you contact with any questions.

This group is for everyone who's using Kafka in their enterprise.  Expect to find discussion, blogging, other resources to help you get started and maintain your Kafka infrastructure.  IBM Event Streams is part of the IBM Cloud Pak for Integration and also available on IBM Cloud. IBM Event Automation is IBM's newest Automation product focused on putting events to work and responding in real-time.

Learn about IBM Event Automation here

Latest Discussions

  • Summary Join us for this interactive session with Alan Chatt, Product Manager for Event Driven Integration. Learn how to maximize the value of your Kafka deployments through event processing and event endpoint management capabilities, and the innovation ...

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  • Hi @Aswini M , there are several settings that need to be carefully configured for this to work correctly, the team has provided a checklist at the following link that you may find helpful to make sure that it works correctly. Take a look at it and ...

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Latest Blogs

  • In this tutorial, I'll share examples of how to process XML data at various points in a Kafka Connect pipeline, using a new plugin from IBM Event Streams . You can assemble a Kafka Connect pipeline in a huge number of ways, so I'm not going to attempt ...

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    AsyncAPI v3 is here

    We’re excited to see today’s release of version 3 of the AsyncAPI standard. We’ve talked about AsyncAPI here before , and it has been an important part of IBM’s Event Endpoint Management for years. AsyncAPI is an open standard for documenting and describing ...

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  • In this post, I want to talk about what happens when you use Avro to deserialize messages on a Kafka topic, why it actually needs two schemas, and what those schemas need to be. I should start by pointing out that if you're using a schema registry, ...

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