Apache Kafka in 5 minutes

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Learn the principles of Apache Kafka and how it works through easy examples and diagrams!
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      Python24
      May 04, 2022 20:09 pm Reply

      That was really a great introduction.

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      vit’s lab
      May 04, 2022 20:09 pm Reply

      Is it a database?

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      Dwars Lopers
      May 04, 2022 20:09 pm Reply

      What I always miss in tutorials is where to not use Kafka and what are the disadvantages, eg. SPOF. What is the difference to a ESB from the 90th?

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      Reza Kulasidini
      May 04, 2022 20:09 pm Reply

      Charles Lecrec

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      Rajitha Karunarathne
      May 04, 2022 20:09 pm Reply

      So basically Kafka is more in to real time capability which allow companies to provide value added services quickly to there customers………

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      Umair Anwar
      May 04, 2022 20:09 pm Reply

      is kafka keeping an address map of all the services? So, if one services wants to send a message to another, it only has to tell the service name. Am I thinking in the right direction?

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      Flaherty Bob
      May 04, 2022 20:09 pm Reply

      Exactly what I was looking for when I searched for "What is Kafka"…thank you!

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      Satyendra Kumarsingh
      May 04, 2022 20:09 pm Reply

      A great video, no words to explain how its going to help me. Thanks.

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      Zaheer beg
      May 04, 2022 20:09 pm Reply

      Amazing, Precise, Useful video. Adorable work

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      Olga Baytler
      May 04, 2022 20:09 pm Reply

      Thanks! this video gave me idea what kafka is.

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      Logic Board
      May 04, 2022 20:09 pm Reply

      Excellent!

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      Shrikar Parab
      May 04, 2022 20:09 pm Reply

      What's the difference between kafka and spark?

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      melodicexotic
      May 04, 2022 20:09 pm Reply

      Insightful video!

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      Almost Dead
      May 04, 2022 20:09 pm Reply

      good video! thank you

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      Nilesh Patil
      May 04, 2022 20:09 pm Reply

      Awesome. Liked and subscribed. Interesting. Keep going. Lots of thanks love and best wishes.

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      Tarvinder Singh
      May 04, 2022 20:09 pm Reply

      Best!

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      Raul Arturo Medina Nussbaum
      May 04, 2022 20:09 pm Reply

      Hey Stephane, this is a great video. And I'm a student of your courses on Udemy. However, I have a question. In what situations will you use Kafka over SQS. I have been using SQS extensively, for more than five years and it works great for me. I'm not sure at what use case will Kafka be a better choice. Can you shed some light on that? Thanks!

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      Dilip bhapkar
      May 04, 2022 20:09 pm Reply

      It's very good easy to digest!!!

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      VkD
      May 04, 2022 20:09 pm Reply

      Great video man

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      Derek Mandl
      May 04, 2022 20:09 pm Reply

      Thank you for the intro!

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      pascal musabyimana
      May 04, 2022 20:09 pm Reply

      Is it possible that tiktok uses Apache Kafka

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      Julian Grewe
      May 04, 2022 20:09 pm Reply

      I think REST is not a protocol but a middleware using a protocol like http, to transport data, right ?

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      vsenderov
      May 04, 2022 20:09 pm Reply

      Man realtime DOES NOT mean that the latenct is very very low. Realtime has to do with hatd guarantees on when an operation is going to be completed

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      Barnabas TO
      May 04, 2022 20:09 pm Reply

      Thank you for the neat and informative introduction!

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      Dima Samsonau
      May 04, 2022 20:09 pm Reply

      bla bla bla, where is a code??????

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