Apache Kafka Concepts - For the Absolute Beginner
What you'll learn
- Understand the basics of Apache Kafka - Architecture and Core Concepts
- Learn Core Components of Kafka - Clusters, Brokers, Topics, Partitions, Messages, Offsets, Producers, Consumers, Consumer Groups
- Setup and Start Kafka Development Environment in Local Machine
- Learn Common CLI - kafka-topics, kafka-console-producer, kafka-console-consumer, kafka-consumer-groups, kafka-configs
- Develop Producer and Consumer Programs in Java
- Setup multi-broker Kafka cluster and review broker failure scenarios
- Windows, Mac, or Linux Machine with a minimum of 5 GB of disk space and 4 Gb of RAM
- Basic Understanding of Java Programming Language
- Basic knowledge of Linux command line - If using Linux Machine
- Basic knowledge of Windows command line - If using Windows machine
Apache Kafka is a distributed streaming platform used by thousands of companies for numerous batch as well as real-time data integration and data streaming use cases.
Kafka is used by thousands of companies across the world, and its popularity and usage is increasing exponentially.
As a result, the demand for people (developers, architects, devops engineers, product managers, project managers, etc.) with knowledge of Kafka is increasing every day.
You can build, and grow up, in your career by learning this awesome technology.
In this beginner level course you will learn the basics of kafka, setup Kafka in your local machine, use Kafka commands to create and interact with Kafka components, program Kafka in Java using Kafka API, and will setup Kafka cluster and review server failure scenarios.
By the end of this course you will be able to work with kafka in real-world environments. Plus this course will also help you ace your Kafka interviews!
In this course -
You will learn about the architecture of Kafka, core concepts of Kafka, and the key components of Kafka.
You will learn about Kafka clusters, Kafka brokers, Kafka topics, Kafka partitions, Kafka messages, Kafka producers, Kafka consumers, and Kafka consumer groups.
You will setup Kafka in your local environment, and use Kafka CLI to create and interact with the key components of Kafka.
You will install IntelliJ Java IDE, and will program Kafka producers and Kafka consumers using Java programming language.
You will create a multi-broker Kafka cluster in your local environment
You will look into broker failure scenarios.
By the end of this course - you will be able to work with Kafka in real-world environments and use-cases.
Thank You! And hope to see you in the course.
Who this course is for:
- Developers who wants to learn the BASICS of Kafka - to program applications using Kafka API
- Architects who want to learn the BASICS of Kafka - to understand it's role in Enterprise Architectures
- Devops who want to learn the BASICS of Kafka - to understand the role and setup of Kafka components
I'm a technology enthusiast experienced in various enterprise technologies - including web, mobile, cloud, big data, analytics and AI. I have worked in various engineering roles - software engineer, software architect, development manager, project manager, and product manager - in various companies in the Silicon Valley.
I'm passionate about learning new technologies, as well as teaching them. I firmly believe in the philosophy 'Master the Concepts - Ace your Interview - Build your Career'.
Hence, all my courses and lectures are crafted - with the primary goal to help you master the concepts.