Learn about the Confluent platform and how it's related to Kafka.
- [Instructor] Now, I can't leave here…without mentioning Confluent.…They are a company that was founded by the people…that invented Kafka,…and they've created a new open source platform…that does all the things that Kafka does…with some additional bits added.…Now, they have two versions of the platform.…There's the free version, which is the community,…the open source version.…And then they have the enterprise version.…They upload some really features too,…that a lot of people seem to like when running Kafka.…And first here is the Confluent Control Center.…
This is something that lets you dive into your partitions,…and your brokers, and your topics,…and see what's going on with all of them.…You can set up your connections,…and you can kind of have this really good admin panel…in the Confluent Control Center.…Another big thing that they offer…is the Multi-Datacenter Replication.…As I mentioned earlier in the course,…this is a challenge,…especially when you need to have analytics…across both data centers,…and you need to have a really high throughput,…
- Understanding the Kafka log
- Creating topics
- Partitioning topics across brokers
- Installing and testing Kafka locally
- Sending and receiving messages
- Setting up a multibroker cluster
- Testing fault tolerance
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