6. The Confluent Platform | Apache Kafka® Fundamentals



| In this video we’ll discuss the Confluent platform through the lens of differing deployment models, and give an overview of: the Confluent Control Center, Role Based Access Control (“RBAC”), the Confluent CLI, the Confluent Operator and the Confluent Hub for Certified Connectors.

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8 thoughts on “6. The Confluent Platform | Apache Kafka® Fundamentals”
  1. Hello and thank you for the content. I love to be able to build a bread board of the solution and produce, and consume some messages. Do you know of any resources I can leverage to do this besides what you shared already?

  2. I used to read several of the larger circulation computer magazines in order to keep up with technology as it evolved, then the magazines went out of print. Those were my "in" for self-education on the lower end of the economic scale, so basically there is no more low cost "on ramp" to the world of high technology. Nobody I have seen on any Social Media platform, Twitter or Facebook is inviting people in for any introductory sessions to X, Y or Z technology (or software), anywhere. Public library, local community college campus, nothing. It leaves me feeling "left behind".

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