Today, let me guild you on how to get started with Kafka in Docker and Java. Today almost every enterprise is powered by data. Every application creates data, whether it is log messages, metrics, user activity, outgoing messages, or whatnot.
Today almost every enterprise is powered by data. Every application creates data, whether it is log messages, metrics, user activity, outgoing messages, or whatnot. Every byte of data has some information. We take information in, analyze it, manipulate it, and create more as output.
Kafka is open-source software that provides a framework for storing, reading, and analyzing a stream of data. Today data and logs produced by any source are being processed, reprocessed, analyzed, and handled in real-time and that’s why Apache Kafka is playing a significant role in data streaming. Kafka provides three main functions.
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