In modern applications, real-time information is continuously generated by applications (publishers/producers) and routed to other applications (subscribers/consumers). Apache Kafka is an open source, distributed publish-subscribe messaging system. Kafka has high-throughput and is built to scale-out in a distributed model on multiple servers. Kafka persists messages on disk and can be used for batched consumption as well as real-time applications.
This is a general introduction course for developers, architects, system integrators, security administrators, network administrators, software engineers, technical support individuals, technology leaders & managers, and consultants who are responsible for elements of messaging for data collection, transformation, and integration for your organization supporting Application Modernization, Cloud-Native Development, and Digital Data Supply Chain (Big Data/IoT/AI/Machine Learning/Advanced Analytics/Business Intelligence). Note: participants of this course should posses a basic understanding of messaging, cloud, development, architecture and virtualization.
What You'll Learn
- Understand the use of Kafka for high performance messaging
- Identify the usages for Kafka in Microservices
- Explain the benefits of Kafka patterns
- Differentiate between messaging and message brokers
- Describe Kafka messaging environments
- Develop producers and consumers for Kafka
- Recognize how Kafka enables Cloud-native applications
- Summarize characteristics and architecture for Kafka
- Demonstrate how to process messages with Kafka
- Design distributed high throughput systems based on Kafka
- Describe the built-in partitioning, replication and inherent fault-tolerance of Kafka
- Course Number W2708
- Course Length 2 days
- Course Fee $1,395.00
- Delivery Format VLT (Instructor Led; Virtual LIVE Online; Remote Training)
- Course Topic Business Analysis, Process and Requirements
- Vendor Apache
- Technology Microservices Framework; Node, React, Spring, WebRTC ...
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