Apache Kafka is an open-source distributed event streaming platform used by thousands of companies for high-performance data pipelines, streaming analytics, data integration, and mission-critical applications.
|Ratings||Followers||First release date|
|Jan 01, 2011|
|Current version||License type||Latest release date|
|2.7.0||Apache License 2.0||Dec 21, 2020|
|Customer support||Managed by us?||Open source?|
|Live chat / Ticket||Yes||Yes|
|Java Scala||Windows Linux Unix-like OS X|
Process streams of events with joins, aggregations, filters, transformations, and more, using event-time and exactly-once processing.
You can get support from its rich online resources including documentation, online training, tutorials, videos.
Kafka supports mission-critical use cases with guaranteed ordering, zero message loss, and efficient exactly-once processing.
Streams of data are stored safely in a distributed, durable,fault-tolerant manner, helping protect against server failure.
You can process event streams in a vast array of popular programming languages such as Go, Python, C/C++.
Apache Kafka is capable of handling a high volume of data streams with a low latency.