In this tutorial, we'll learn how to do an Apache Kafka setup using Docker. Docker is one of the most popular container engines used in the software industry to create, package, and deploy applications.
Docker is one of the most popular container engines used in the software industry to create, package, and deploy applications. In this tutorial, we'll learn how to do an Apache Kafka setup using Docker.
A single-node Kafka broker setup would meet most of the local development needs. So, let's start by learning this simple setup.
This Apache Kafka Tutorial - Kafka Tutorial for Beginners will help you understand what is Apache Kafka & its features. It covers different components of Apache Kafka & it’s architecture. You'll learn: What is Kafka? Kafka Features, Kafka Components, Kafka architecture, Installing Kafka, Working with Single Node Single Broker Cluster
Following the second video about Docker basics, in this video, I explain Docker architecture and explain the different building blocks of the docker engine; docker client, API, Docker Daemon. I also explain what a docker registry is and I finish the video with a demo explaining and illustrating how to use Docker hub.
Apache Kafka is an open source distributed streaming platform that allows you to build applications and process events as they occur. Kafka is a Publish-Subscribe based messaging system that is exchanging data between processes, applications, and servers. Applications may connect to this system and transfer a message onto the Topic(we will see in a moment what topic is) and another application may connect to the system and process messages from the Topic.
Learn Apache Kafka in 5 minutes. Learn the principles of Apache Kafka and how it works through easy examples and diagrams! What is Kafka? Kafka Features. Kafka Components. Kafka architecture. Installing Kafka. Why Learn Apache Kafka?
This article explains the details of using Kafka with .NET applications. It also shows the installation and usage on a Windows OS and its configuration for an ASP.NET API. Diogo Souza explains using Apache Kafka with .NET including setting it up and creating apps to test sending messages asynchronously.