Kafka utilizes ACLs (Access Control Lists) to specify which users can access particular resources. In this blog post, we'll simplify and delve into the configuration details to make it more understandable.
Efficiently managing disk space in your Apache Kafka Cluster is a fundamental aspect of maintaining performance and stability. This blog post will guide you through the details and pitfalls of topic-leveled log retention configuration and effective cleanup policies in Apache Kafka.
We're happy to announce that CloudKarafka is now available on the Azure Marketplace! Our integration with Azure allows you to easily create your own dedicated cluster in any of Azure's regions, making it even easier to manage and deploy Kafka clusters for your applications.
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CloudKarafka attended Voxxed days Brussels for a one day intense knowledge sharing session with attendees from a wide range of industries.
Discover the disparities between encrypted and plaintext connections and determine which one to use in specific scenarios.
Learn about the evolving Kafka ecosystem and the diminishing role of ZooKeeper in this article. What does the future hold for ZooKeeper in the Kafka ecosystem?
CloudKarafka, is excited to announce that our service now is available through the Amazon Web Services (AWS) Marketplace.
Avoid getting lost in translation! Schema Registry is a widely used solution for managing the schemas of the data written to Kafka topics, ensuring that producers send data that consumers can read, even if the data changes.
The launch of Apache Kafka 3.4.0 brought several new features to the table. The main focus of this release lies in the ability to monitor and adjust clustering settings, and CloudKarafka took some days to look into the details.