Enterprises are racing to ensure the technology that they are using will enable them to be GDPR-compliant when it comes into effect in May 2018. Although there are a number of available messaging systems, many of them lack the enterprise features necessary to avoid growing operational burdens to ensure compliance.
Ivan Kelly offers an overview of Apache Pulsar, a durable, distributed messaging system, underpinned by Apache BookKeeper, that provides the enterprise features necessary to guarantee that your data is where is should be and only accessible by those who should have access. Ivan explores the features built into Pulsar that will help your organization stay in compliance with key requirements and regulations, for multi-data center replication, multitenancy, role-based access control, and end-to-end encryption. Ivan concludes by explaining why Pulsar’s multi-data center story will alleviate headaches for the operations teams as GDPR looms large on the horizon.
Ivan Kelly is a software engineer at Streamlio, a startup dedicated to providing a next-generation integrated real-time stream processing solution, based on Heron, Apache Pulsar (incubating), and Apache BookKeeper. Ivan has been active in Apache BookKeeper since its very early days as a project in Yahoo! Research Barcelona. Specializing in replicated logging and transaction processing, he is currently focused on Streamlio’s storage layer.
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