CloudKarafka releases a brand new user-friendly Management Interface for Apache Kafka. This improved interface lets you monitor and handle your Apache Kafka server from a web browser, in a much simpler way than previous versions.
Are you using Apache Kafka to build message streaming services? Then you might have run into the expression Zookeeper. To us at CloudKarafka, as a Apache Kafka hosting service, it’s important that our users understand what Zookeeper is and how it integrates with Kafka.
Kafka Browser is a simple web UI which lets you consume from one or many topics while the results present on the same web page with real-time updates.
To simplify the integration of Kafka with other systems, CloudKarafka announces support for Kafka Connect.
Frequently Asked Apache Kafka Question: What is Apache Kafka retention period? This article explains what the Apache Kafka Retention Period is and how it can be adjusted.
To maintain Kafka's characteristics, but add the possibility to force the Kafka components to communicate in a correct format, we introduce the Kafka Schema Registry integration.
The CloudKarafka team announces Kafka mirroring with MirrorMaker, as an available tool for maintaining a replica of an existing Kafka cluster.
CloudKarafka is currently working with preparing our business for compliance. This post is intended to give our customers an update on our current status in regards to GDPR.
The CloudKarafka team proudly presents the Kafka REST Proxy integration. The Kafka REST Proxy gives you the opportunity to receive metadata from a cluster and produce and consume messages over a simple REST API
The CloudKarafka team are happy to announce that you're now able to ship monitoring data from your dedicated instances to an integrated monitoring service.
We now support VictorOps and OpsGenie as additional alternatives for receiving alarm notifications from your instance.
Introducing alarms based on CPU, Memory usage, and disk space for CloudKarafka.
You’re protected and no action is needed from your side. Cloud platforms will or have apply patches to protect VM-to-VM attacks and there’s no way for users to exploit these bugs from within our servers.
Introducing a new, fast, reliable management interface for CloudKarafka
To further manage and secure your instances, we’ve added the ability for you to set team members permissions with ACL.
CloudKarafka is looking back on a successful year and going forward towards an even better one!
Connect to your Apache Kafka cluster using SASL/SCRAM.
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You're now able to ship your Apache Kafka logs from CloudKarafka dedicated instances to Papertrail, Splunk, Loggly and Logentries!
Part 2.2 of Apache Kafka for beginners - Tutorial and example of source codes for Python.
Part 2.2 of Apache Kafka for beginners - Tutorial and example of source codes for Java.
Part 2.1 of Apache Kafka for beginners - Tutorial and example of source codes for Ruby and the client library ruby-kafka.
Apache Kafka for beginners explains what Apache Kafka. It gives a brief understanding of messaging and important Apache Kafka concepts are explained.
What are the differences between Apache Kafka and RabbitMQ? When should you use which technology? Get a quick overview with our comparison chart!
This article will describe the difference between a shared and a dedicated plan in CloudKarafka. Hopefully you will also get an idea of what plan will work the best for you.
You can now secure your account with two-factor authentication. Read up on why this new feature enhances the security of your account!