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Kafka on Debian 11

“Apache Kafka, an open-source distributed event streaming platform, enjoys widespread adoption among numerous enterprises for its ability to support high-performance data pipelines, streaming analytics, data integration, and critical applications.

Key Features of Apache Kafka:

Scalability: Kafka seamlessly scales in all four dimensions, including event producers, processors, consumers, and connectors. This means it can handle increased loads without downtime.

High-Volume Data Handling: Kafka excels at managing vast volumes of data streams efficiently.

Data Transformations: Kafka provides tools for deriving new data streams from existing producer data streams.

Fault Tolerance: Kafka clusters are resilient and capable of handling failures, including those involving masters and databases.

Reliability: Kafka operates as a distributed, partitioned, replicated, and fault-tolerant system.

Durability: Users can configure automatic replies for new tickets or received messages, enhancing data persistence.

Performance: Kafka delivers high throughput for both message publishing and subscribing, maintaining stability even with substantial data storage requirements.

Zero Downtime: Kafka offers rapid and reliable operation with zero downtime and zero data loss.

Extensibility: Applications can easily integrate with Kafka, and it supports the development of custom connectors as needed.

Replication: Kafka enables event replication through ingest pipelines.”

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