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CloudKarafka attended PyCon in Florence

PyCon is the largest annual gathering for the Python programming language and is the largest event of its kind in the world. What better place is there to connect with like-minded people?

Exhibiting at Voxxed Days Brussels

CloudKarafka attended Voxxed days Brussels for a one day intense knowledge sharing session with attendees from a wide range of industries.

Encrypted vs Plaintext Connections

Discover the disparities between encrypted and plaintext connections and determine which one to use in specific scenarios.

Zookeeper and Kafka: story of a friendship

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 available on AWS Marketplace

CloudKarafka, is excited to announce that our service now is available through the Amazon Web Services (AWS) Marketplace.

Schema Registry on CloudKarafka

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.

Release of Apache Kafka 3.4.0

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.

Get your Apache Kafka cluster with CloudKarafka's new flexible plan

One plan to rule them all! CloudKarafka has released a new flexible plan that outshines previous hosting options in flexibility. Running Apache Kafka has never been easier.

Price update - CloudKarafka gets a makeover

We have been very proud of the simplicity of the pricing model on CloudKarafka, with a fixed monthly price that includes every feature. However, this needs to change to keep up with modern cloud infrastructure.

Different types of scaling in Apache Kafka

Most big data projects will have to deal with scalability at some point, either to scale up or down. Apache Kafka connects the world of “big data” and offers different scaling capabilities.