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  1. Apache Kafka is publish-subscribe messaging rethought as a distributed commit log.

  2. Apache Kafka is an open-source message broker project developed by the Apache Software Foundation written in Scala.

    Horizontally scaling Kafka consumers with rendezvous hashing about 13 days ago:

    Apache Kafka is the foundational architecture most developers choose when building streaming applications. It’s incredibly scalable, fault-tolerant, and dependable. And its popularity has yielded vast knowledge with an active community to support developers when they build applications. Naturally, Kafka is now a table-stakes data platform component for nearly every major enterprise that deals with events data.
  3. Amazon Kinesis services make it easy to work with real-time streaming data in the AWS cloud.

    AWS Beginner's Key Terminologies about 16 days ago:

    Amazon Kinesis (analytics) Amazon Kinesis is a platform for streaming data on AWS. Kinesis offers services that simplify the loading and analysis of streaming data. Https://aws.amazon.com/kinesis/.
  4. RabbitMQ is an open source message broker software.

  5. Apache ActiveMQ is an open source messaging and integration patterns server.

    Data Engineering and DataOps: A Beginner's Guide to Building... about 18 days ago:

    For real-time streaming, we have other frameworks and tools like Apache Kafka, ActiveMQ, and AWS Kinesis.
  6. Red Hat AMQ is a cost-effective messaging platform that enables safe & secure transmission of information among devices, applications, and services.

  7. IBM MQ is messaging middleware that simplifies and accelerates the integration of diverse applications and data across multiple platforms.

  8. Amazon Simple Queue Service is a fully managed message queuing service.

    Resolving the paradox of cloud-native solutions: more agility... about 7 days ago:

    During two weeks, I led a team that re-architected an existing solution and delivered a modern, lean batch application: a distributed data processor made from a combination of serverless building blocks like Amazon EventBridge rules, Amazon SQS queues, and AWS Lambda Functions. As you can see in the image above, this drastically reduced the amount of code needed (and thus its complexity), the resources used, and...