Offering enterprise grade services in the Azure Marketplace

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Confluent Cloud is a major service offered through Azure Marketplace. Dan talks to Magnus about why Confluent chose this approach and what are the benefits and challenges involved.

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Dan Rosanova

Head of Product Confluent Cloud

Dan is a product leader and messaging expert with two decades working in the messaging space leading teams and teams of teams. Former head of product for Azure’s messaging services: Event Hubs, Service Bus, Event Grid, and Relay. He’s been working in the messaging space for most of his twenty plus year career across financial services, insurance, logistics, and telecommunications. Before joining Microsoft he was the Advanced Technology Group leader at West Monroe Partners. He started his career in the trading industry in Chicago. He has written two books on messaging and distributed systems and has spoken around the world on topics including messaging standards, supercomputing, evolutionary computation, integration, and cloud computing.

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