Spring Boot + Apache Kafka Course - The Practical Guide
What you'll learn
- Learn Apache Kafka Core Concepts
- Learn how to integrate Apache Kafka in Spring boot application
- Learn how to create Kafka Topic, Producer and Consumer
- Learn how to exchange string messages between Producer and Consumer using Kafka broker
- Learn how to exchange JSON messages between Producer and Consumer using Kafka broker
- Learn real world use case (wikimedia real-time stream data) implementation using Apache Kafka
- Learn how to create real world project using Spring boot and Apache Kafka
- Learn what is Event-Driven Architecture, how it works and it's advantages
- Learn building Event-Driven Microservices using Spring Boot and Apache Kafka
- - Java
- - Spring boot
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In this course, you will learn how to build Kafka Producer and Consumer to exchange different formats of data - String, JSON, and real-time Wikimedia stream data using Spring boot and Apache Kafka.
If you want to use Apache Kafka in Spring boot event-driven microservices then this course is useful to you.
What is the Spring Boot?
Spring Boot is an extension of the Spring framework that eliminated the boilerplate configurations required for setting up a Spring application.
Spring Boot is an opinionated framework that helps developers build Spring-based applications quickly and easily. The main goal of Spring Boot is to quickly create Spring-based applications without requiring developers to write the same boilerplate configuration again and again.
What is Apache Kafka?
Apache Kafka is an open-source distributed event streaming platform used by thousands of companies for high-performance data pipelines, streaming analytics, data integration, and mission-critical applications.
What will you learn?
Learn Apache Kafka Core Concepts
Learn how to integrate Apache Kafka in the Spring boot application
Learn how to create Kafka Topic, Producer, and Consumer
Learn how to exchange string messages between Producer and Consumer using Kafka broker
Learn how to exchange JSON messages between Producer and Consumer using Kafka broker
Learn real-world use case (Wikimedia real-time stream data) implementation using Apache Kafka
Learn how to create real-world projects using Spring boot and Apache Kafka
Learn what is Event-Driven Architecture, how it works, and its advantages
Learn building Event-Driven Microservices using Spring Boot and Kafka
Tools and Technologies used in this course:
Spring Data JPA ( Hibernate)
Postman - Test REST APIs
Maven - Build Tool
Who this course is for:
- This is course is for beginners as well as professional who want quickly start using Kafka in his/her Spring boot project
- This is course for someone who want use Kafka in even-driven microservices architecture.
Hi, I'm Ramesh Fadatare a Software Engineer with 10 years of experience in Java, Spring Boot, Microservices, Hibernate, Angular, React, and related open-source technologies.
I am a Vmware Spring Certified Professional - check my blog to know more about this certification.
I am a founder and author of the top Java blog website Java Guides ( 1m views per month) - a technical blog dedicated to Java/Java EE, Spring Boot, and Full-stack Java Development.
I am also YouTuber having 102K+ subscribers.
I have published around 200+ free sample projects on GitHub (3K followers)