Geo-ICT Training Center, The Netherlands
200 courses, 20 online supports,
60 moocs, 30 trainees
Course: Apache Kafka
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The Apache Kafka course lasts 2 days and costs € 995. It is an event streaming platform written with Scala and Java. The software is used to handle real-time data feeds. Streaming data is an increasingly important source of information for organizations. An example are likes on Facebook and clicks on a website. This streaming data is used to enrich transactional data such as orders, stock and shopping carts. All this data is extremely important to understand customer behavior and possible frictions and is a power supply for predictive analytics engines that can make a difference.
During the Apache Kafka course, you set up a cluster that can handle large amounts of messages. It is a scalable, error tolerant, publish-subscribe messaging system that allows you to build distributed applications and support Internet companies such as Internet, LinkedIn, Twitter, AirBnB and many others. Small-scale open source projects come and go, but it seems that this product is booming.
The course covers the following topics.
- Overview of the software
- Scaling the software
- Cluster architecture
- Command Line tools
Set up cluster
- Cluster base from commandline tool
- Set up and manage topics
- Use the producer
- Use the consumer
- Management from the command line
- Testing platform
- Monitor platform
You may also be interested in the Apache Cassandra course.