Streaming data is increasingly being used in enterprise applications to overcome the limitations of batch data and monolithic applications. Streaming data, when shared between applications and services with Red Hat® OpenShift® Streams for Apache Kafka, allows organizations to modernize existing systems and deliver real-time experiences to employees, customers, and partners.
Get started building real-time applications with Red Hat OpenShift Streams for Apache Kafka
Red Hat OpenShift Streams for Apache Kafka is a managed cloud service that provides a streamlined developer experience for building, deploying, and scaling real-time applications in hybrid cloud environments. The combination of seamless operations across distributed microservices, large data transfer volumes, and managed operations allows teams to focus on core competencies, accelerate application velocity, and reduce operational cost.
Red Hat OpenShift Streams for Apache Kafka is a foundational service for building new cloud-native applications or modernizing existing systems.
Replace batch data with real-time events: Many applications still rely on batch data, which can lead to frustration for customers and delayed results. Streaming data eliminates the reliance on batch data and creates better, more immediate digital experiences.
Connect loosely coupled microservices: With microservices, developers can help teams stay independent. Using streams to communicate between microservices preserves loose coupling and keeps teams agile.
Create an event-driven architecture: When designing hybrid cloud applications, data streams provide the backbone for capturing, communicating, and processing events for modern, distributed application architectures.
Red Hat OpenShift Streams for Apache Kafka is part of a family of managed application services for building cloud-native applications.
Red Hat OpenShift Streams for Apache Kafka connects to any workload
Workloads across public and private clouds can share streaming data with OpenShift Streams for Apache Kafka. While Red Hat OpenShift is not required to use OpenShift Streams for Apache Kafka, it is recommended to preserve a streamlined experience across distributed environments.
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