Kafka Streams in Action, 2nd Ed (Manning)
Monday, 10 June 2024

This book shows how to implement stream processing on Apache Kafka using Kafka Streams and the kqsIDB event streaming database. Bill Bejeck also covers the entire toolbox you'll need for effective streaming, from the components of the Kafka ecosystem, to Producer and Consumer clients, Connect, and Schema Registry.

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This totally revised new edition of Kafka Streams in Action has been expanded to cover more of the Kafka platform used for building event-based applications. It also covers ksqlDB, an event streaming database that can be used to create applications that respond immediately to events, such as real-time push and pull updates.

Author: Bill Bejeck
Publisher: Manning
Date: May 2024
Pages: 504
ISBN: 978-1617298684
Print: 1617298689
Kindle: B0D1YV44J3
Audience: Developers working with Kafka
Level: Intermediate
Category: Data Science

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Topics include:

  • Design streaming applications in Kafka Streams with the KStream and the Processor API
  • Integrate external systems with Kafka Connect
  • Enforce data compatibility with Schema Registry
  • Build applications that respond immediately to events in either Kafka Streams or ksqlDB
  • Craft materialized views over streams with ksqlDB

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