The difference between Apache Kafka and RabbitMQ explained

Written by Elin Vinka

This free online event explores the differences between two popular message brokers from a use-case perspective.

CloudKarafka, expert hosts of Apache Kafka clusters, has years of experience with message streams - the platform that allows messages to be passed between processes and other systems. On a pretty regular basis, our users ask to explain the differences between the two most popular brokers, Apache Kafka and RabbitMQ. The Apache Kafka team thought it was a great time to hold an online event!

When is the event and how do I sign up?

Tuesday, November 24, 2020
5:00 p.m. - 7:00 p.m. CEST
Click here for the Meetup.com page to sign up!
The event is free of charge

Agenda

An expert panel from 84codes will demonstrate use cases and invite audience discussion after. The agenda will flow like this:

  • Introducing to message queue concept
  • Apache Kafka and RabbitMQ differences, features, and similarities
  • Comparison between the two brokers
  • Common use cases for RabbitMQ
  • Common use cases for Apache Kafka

The expert speakers

These experts from 84codes have years of experience in working with message broker platforms through managing clusters. CloudKarafka is a service provided by 84codes, which helps thousands of companies build distributed systems processing millions of messages per second. 84codes writes respected educational content about message brokers and also shares knowledge through various in-person conferences and online events such as this one. The expert speakers for this event include: Lovisa Johansson and Magnus Landerblom. They have all written numerous technical guides and have more than ten years of experience in product development.

Why explore these two brokers?

Apache Kafka and RabbitMQ are the two most popular messaging platforms, so naturally, they get compared to each other. The assumption is that they are almost the same and solve the same issues, but that is not always the case. In fact, a use-case perspective would explain the differences between these two quite nicely, so that is the format for this online event!

Who should attend?

Anyone that wants to learn more about message brokers, in general, should sign up for this free online event. Beginners and expert message queue developers alike will find new, interesting information to challenge what they know about Apache Kafka and RabbitMQ. We hope to see you online!

Hope to see you there,
/CloudKarafka Team

CloudKarafka - Industry Leading Apache Kafka as a Service