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Run Apache Kafka on Kubernetes with Red Hat AMQ streams

Run Apache Kafka on Kubernetes with Red Hat AMQ streams
With the introduction of the Red Hat® AMQ streams component, you can now use the massive scalability of Apache Kafka on the most advanced container management technology, Kubernetes, using Red Hat OpenShift®.

The Red Hat AMQ streams component, the newest member of the AMQ messaging platform suite, is a massively scalable, distributed, and high-performance data streaming capability based on the Apache Kafka and Strimzi open source projects. The AMQ streams component provides an event-streaming backbone that allows microservices and other application components to reliably exchange data with extremely high throughput. AMQ streams has a particular focus on using Kafka on Red Hat OpenShift, the open source container application platform based on the Kubernetes container orchestrator.

Join this webinar to learn:

-Why Kafka is so frequently used in microservices, Internet of Things (IoT), and event processing.
-Why Apache Kafka on Red Hat OpenShift is a great match.
-How Red Hat OpenShift delivers clustering, high availability, and observability to Kafka.
-How the AMQ streams component serves as an automated Kafka administrator, automating the deployment, management, upgrades, and configuration of a Kafka ecosystem installation.
Recorded Apr 25 2019 59 mins
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David Ingham - Director, Software Engineering, Red Hat. Jakub Scholz, Principal Software Engineer, Red Hat.
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