Apache Kafka Series - KSQL on ksqlDB for Stream Processing !
What you'll learn
- Learn all the fundamentals of KSQL & ksqlDB
- Create a taxi booking application
- Create Streams, Tables, Generate Data with ksql-datagen
- Advanced Operations: Joins, Windowing, Aggregations, Geospatial
- Deal with all kind of data formats: CSV, JSON & Avro
- Create and use UDF, use UDAF
- Moving KSQL to production with tips
- Fundamental understanding of Kafka (see beginners course)
- Kafka Streams knowledge is a plus (but not a requirement)
The latest release in the Apache Kafka Series!
Confluent ksqlDB has become an increasingly popular stream processing framework built upon Kafka Streams. It enables developers to write real-time stream processing applications with the ease of SQL. No Kafka Streams knowledge required!
For this course, I have partnered with KSQL expert Simon Aubury to bring you the ultimate KSQL course.
We'll take a project based approach for this course. You'll learn all the most important KSQL features by gradually building a KSQL taxi booking application!
KSQL Command Line
Streams with CSV, JSON, and AVRO
Use the KSQL-Datagen utility
Advanced KSQL: Rekeying, Merging Streams, Windowing, Geospatial
Extending KSQL: UDF & UDAF
Moving to Production
Note: To best enjoy this course, a Mac or Linux machine is preferred. Windows users will have special instructions and would be better by leveraging a Linux VM.
My name is Stephane Maarek, and I'll be your instructor in this course. I teach about Apache Kafka, the Kafka ecosystem and Kafka Certifications with my focus always on helping my students improve their professional proficiencies. I am also the co-founder of Conduktor: an enterprise Apache Kafka platform & UI to help everyone use Kafka.
Throughout my career in designing and delivering these certifications and courses, I have already taught 1,000,000+ students and gotten 350,000+ reviews!
Simon Aubury is the lead instructor of this course. He is a KSQL expert, authored many blogs on the Confluent Blog, and wrote cool KSQL POCs on Medium such as detecting in real-time when the heater of his house is left on, or when planes go over his house! He'll be leading you through this course and make sure that everything is properly explained.
With Apache Kafka becoming much more than a buzzword out there, I've decided it's time for students to properly learn how to be a Kafka professional. So, let’s kick start the course! You are in good hands!
This Course Also Comes With:
Lifetime Access to All Future Updates
A responsive instructor in the Q&A Section
Links to interesting articles, and lots of good code to base your next applications onto
Udemy Certificate of Completion Ready for Download
This is the course that could improve your career!
Apache Kafka is a skill in high demand and there are not enough people to fulfill all the open positions. You can boost your income, take on new roles and fun challenges. Many of my students are now the Kafka experts of their companies! You can be the next!
I hope to see you inside the course!
Note: Looking for more advanced Kafka concepts? There are many volumes in the Apache Kafka Series:
Learn Kafka for Beginners v2 (great to start)
Kafka Connect Hands On Learning
Kafka Streams for Data Processing
KSQL on ksqlDB - Hands On!
Kafka Cluster Setup & Administration
Confluent Schema Registry & Kafka REST Proxy
Kafka Security (SSL SASL ACL)
Kafka Monitoring and Operations
Who this course is for:
- Developers who want to learn and write their first KSQL applications
- Architects who want to understand how KSQL fits into their solution architecture
- Anyone looking to learn more about KSQL
Stephane is a solutions architect, consultant and software developer that has a particular interest in all things related to Big Data, Cloud & API. He's also a many-times best seller instructor on Udemy for his courses in Apache Kafka and AWS.
[See FAQ below to see in which order you can take my courses]
Stéphane is recognized as an AWS Hero and is an AWS Certified Solutions Architect Professional & AWS Certified DevOps Professional. He loves to teach people how to use the AWS properly, to get them ready for their AWS certifications, and most importantly for the real world.
He also loves Apache Kafka. He sits on the 2019 Program Committee organizing the Kafka Summit in New York, London and San Francisco. He is also an active member of the Apache Kafka community, authoring blogs on Medium and a guest blog for Confluent.
During his spare time he enjoys cooking, practicing yoga, surfing, watching TV shows, and traveling to awesome destinations!
FAQ: In which order should you learn?...
AWS Cloud: Start with AWS Certified Solutions Architect Associate, then move on to AWS Certified Developer Associate and then AWS Certified SysOps Administrator. Afterwards you can either do AWS Certified Solutions Architect Professional or AWS Certified DevOps Professional, or a specialty certification of your choosing. Once ready, you can learn AWS Lambda and AWS CloudFormation in depth, or do the AWS Big Data certification.
Apache Kafka: Start with Apache Kafka for Beginners, then you can learn Connect, Streams and Schema Registry if you're a developer, and Setup and Monitoring courses if you're an admin. Both tracks are needed to pass the Confluent Kafka certification.
gRPC: First do the protocol buffers course, then move on to gRPC Java or gRPC Golang course.
In order to share knowledge I am not able to respond to private messages on Udemy. If you're a student, please ask questions inside the course. Thanks for understanding!
Simon is a data geek - with deep experience in Apache Kafka and modern data system design. His work has been featured on the Confluent Kafka blog, Hacker News and his KSQL recipes appear as part of the Confluent Kafka Streams Cookbook.
His open source projects include
- Aircraft tracking utilising KSQL & Apache Kafka
- Machine learning and Kafka KSQL stream processing for home monitoring
- Geospatial event tracking for insurance events using KSQL & Apache Kafka
Simon has an extensive background in building large, highly available distributed enterprise systems . He has a passion for sharing with the community and loves to coach and present.
When he has spare time, you can find Simon running, cycling and travelling.
Conduktor is an Apache Kafka enterprise platform that helps your team be more efficient and faster at using Apache Kafka.
Conduktor Desktop is our first product: an Apache Kafka desktop client that allows developers use Apache Kafka with confidence. The Apache Kafka UI is adapted for all Kafka clusters and has features for the entire Apache Kafka ecosystem, including Confluent, Kafka Connect and Kafka Streams!
The Conduktor Platform is in early preview, please contact us for more information.
Conduktor was founded by Stéphane Maarek, the best-selling instructor on Apache Kafka here on Udemy.