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Kafka® Server

Cloud Infrastructure Services

Kafka® Server

Cloud Infrastructure Services

Kafka Server on CentOS 8.4. High-performance Distributed Event Streaming Scalable Platform

Kafka Server on CentOS Server 8.4

Apache Kafka is an open-source distributed event streaming platform used by thousands of companies for high-performance data pipelines, streaming analytics, data integration, and mission-critical applications.

Servers: Kafka is run as a cluster of one or more servers that can span multiple datacenters or cloud regions. Some of these servers form the storage layer, called the brokers. Other servers run Kafka Connect to continuously import and export data as event streams to integrate Kafka with your existing systems such as relational databases as well as other Kafka clusters. A Kafka cluster is highly scalable and fault-tolerant.

Clients: They allow you to write distributed applications and microservices that read, write, and process streams of events in parallel, at scale, and in a fault-tolerant manner even in the case of network problems or VM failures. Kafka ships with some such clients included, which are augmented by dozens of clients provided by the Kafka community: clients are available for Java and Scala as well as REST APIs.

Apache Kafka Features:

  • Scalability - Handles scalability in all four dimensions, i.e. event producers, event processors, event consumers and event connectors. In other words, Kafka scales easily without downtime.
  • High-Volume - Can work with huge volumes of data streams.
  • Data Transformations - Kafka offers provision for deriving new data streams using the data streams from producers.
  • Fault Tolerance - The Kafka cluster can handle failures with the masters and databases.
  • Reliability - Distributed, partitioned, replicated and fault tolerant.
  • Durability - Configurable automatic reply sent out when a new ticket is opened or a message is received.
  • Performance - For both publishing and subscribing messages, Kafka has high throughput. Even if many TB of messages is stored, it maintains stable performance.
  • Zero Downtime - Very fast and guarantees zero downtime and zero data loss.
  • Extensibility - There are as many ways by which applications can plug in and make use of Kafka. In addition, offers ways by which to write new connectors as needed.
  • Replication - By using ingest pipelines, it can replicate the events.
  • Kafka Server Support

    Kafka server support is from Install Kafka CentOS on Azure

    Disclaimer: KAFKA is a registered trademark of The Apache Software Foundation and has been licensed for use by Cloud Infrastructure Services. Cloud Infrastructure Services has no affiliation with and is not endorsed by The Apache Software Foundation.

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