Product Manager

Bilgin Ibryam

Bilgin Ibryam is a former product manager and architect at Red Hat. He is a regular blogger, open source evangelist, speaker, and the author of Camel Design Patterns and co-author of Kubernetes Patterns books. He has over a decade of experience in designing and building scalable and resilient distributed systems. In his day-to-day job, Bilgin works with customers from all sizes and locations, helping them to be successful with adoption of emerging technologies through proven and repeatable patterns and practises. His current interests include event-driven systems, blockchains, cloud-native and serverless. Follow him @bibryam for regular updates on these topics.

Bilgin Ibryam's contributions

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Kubernetes Patterns: The path to cloud native

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Explore several core Kubernetes concepts that are essential for building container-based cloud-native applications in this excerpt from Kubernetes Patterns.

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Is it better to split Kafka clusters?

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Is a monolithic Kafka cluster architecture the best design for your use case? Explore the benefits and challenges of a multiple Kafka cluster, then decide.

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Kubernetes: The evolution of distributed systems

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In this DevNation Tech Talk, we explore distributed application needs, how they evolved with Kubernetes, and what is coming after microservices.