Run Apache Kafka on Kubernetes with Red Hat AMQ streams
With the introduction of the Red Hat® AMQ streams component, you can now use the massive scalability of Apache Kafka on the most advanced container management technology, Kubernetes, using Red Hat OpenShift®.
The Red Hat AMQ streams component, the newest member of the AMQ messaging platform suite, is a massively scalable, distributed, and high-performance data streaming capability based on the Apache Kafka and Strimzi open source projects. The AMQ streams component provides an event-streaming backbone that allows microservices and other application components to reliably exchange data with extremely high throughput. AMQ streams has a particular focus on using Kafka on Red Hat OpenShift, the open source container application platform based on the Kubernetes container orchestrator.
Join this webinar to learn:
- Why Kafka is so frequently used in microservices, Internet of Things (IoT), and event processing.
- Why Apache Kafka on Red Hat OpenShift is a great match.
- How Red Hat OpenShift delivers clustering, high availability, and observability to Kafka.
- How the AMQ streams component serves as an automated Kafka administrator, automating the deployment, management, upgrades, and configuration of a Kafka ecosystem installation.
Live-event date: Thursday, November 29, 2018 | 11 a.m. ET
On-demand date: Available for one year afterward.
director, Software Engineering, Red Hat
David Ingham, director of Software Engineering at Red Hat, is responsible for the creation of Internet of Things (IoT) and data products with the Red Hat Middleware team. David’s technical focus is on reliable messaging and transaction management middleware on a range of platforms. Prior to joining Red Hat, David worked as a program manager for Microsoft.