RabbitMQ Streams: Best of Streaming & Messaging in an Easily Scalable Service

Presented by

Ed Byford, Product Lead - Messaging and Streaming Program, VMware, Arnaud Cogoluegnes, Staff Engineer, VMware

About this talk

For years, one of VMware’s most popular blog posts has been on the topic of when to choose Tanzu RabbitMQ versus Apache Kafka. But what if you could get the best of both in a single message broker? In this webinar, we’ll introduce you to the new Streams feature, available in both the open source (3.9 and later) and Tanzu RabbitMQ editions. Streams is a new type of data structure in Tanzu RabbitMQ that models a Kafka-like append-only log on top of traditional Tanzu RabbitMQ queues. It delivers some of the benefits of Kafka, like fast data transfer and the ability to replay and reprocess messages, combined with the best Tanzu RabbitMQ features like flexible routing and command and response between applications, all with a high degree of data safety. If you’re an application developer tasked with integrating a wide variety of distributed applications and services, you will not want to miss this session!

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