IBM Event Streams and IBM Event Automation

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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

  • Hi everyone, You can watch the on-demand recording here and download the slides here. Please share any of your questions below. ------------------------------ Matt Sunley Program Director of Product Management, IBM Event Automation IBM United ...

  • Hi team! It's time to unleash real-time responsiveness with IBM Event Automation's new API Enrichment capability. Meet the mastermind duo of IBM Event Automation, Matt Sunley, Product Management Director and Dale Lane, Chief Architect in an upcoming webinar ...

  • Summary In our fast-paced digital world, customers have the power to easily and quickly turn to any enterprise that satisfies their needs first. How do you keep up with increasing demands, run your business faster amidst disparate data sources, ...

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Latest Blogs

  • Kafka’s “” has a very subtle name. It sounds like it’s an ID created to reference a specific transaction. However, if it were, it would be called “” – notice the difference in the spelling? Yeah, way too subtle. However, ...

  • In this post, I want to share examples of how watsonx can enhance the event processing flows you create using IBM Event Processing. I'll describe how Event Processing and watsonx complement each other, and share a couple of simple examples of what ...

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  • IBM is hosting Labs Come To You – an unparalleled opportunity to hear from product architects and thought leaders of the IBM Cloud-native Development, Integration and Application Modernization portfolios at the IBM Office in your region! At the session ...

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