Learn Apache Kafka Fundamental With NodeJS For Beginners
Start with NodeJS and learn how to use Apache Kafka, Zookeeper, architecture, and client API programming in NodeJS.
What you’ll learn
The Kafka Core Concepts are important for you to learn.
Architecture by Kafka.
With Docker, you can run Kafka.
It is a distributed system and a message broker.
They play a big part in the story.
Getting good at the Kafka CLI commands for topics, producers, and consumers.
Kafka can be used with Node.js.
Good if you know about docker.
A basic understanding of NodeJS
More than 80% of the Fortune 100 companies that use Kafka trust it and use it. Companies use Apache Kafka to build high-performance data pipelines, analyze streaming data, integrate data, and run mission-critical applications. It is an open-source event streaming platform that is used by thousands of businesses. People are using Kafka. An important part of Apache Kafka is that it is built on the commit log. This means that anyone who wants can subscribe to it and send data to any number of systems or real-time apps. The Course I am making Apache Kafka for the absolute beginner’s course to help you learn about the internals of Apache Kafka, the architecture of Kafka’s distributed system, the role of Zookeeper, the Kafka CLI, and the Kafka Client with Node.js.
At the end of this class, you will be ready to work on the Apache Kafka project:
The architecture of Apache Kafka is
Kafka: Topics, Partitions, Brokers, Replicas, Producers, Consumers, and Zookeeper are all part of this main topic.
You can start your own Kafka cluster with docker on Windows, Mac OS X, Linux, or on any other platform.
The Command Line Interface for Kafka (CLI)
Those who write code and those who read it use the NodeJS platform (KafkaJS Library)
To answer this question: What does Message Broker do?
Configuration of Kafka Clients
Details about how producers are set up.
As a group, we can do this.
Learn how to set up Logger with a Kafka Client in this video.
We’ll learn the basics of Apache Kafka in a simple way with Node.js.
Who this course is for:
Anyone who wants to learn about Apache Kafka can do so by taking this course.