De Facto Standard API - Amazon S3 for Object Storage and Apache Kafka for Event Streaming
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Kafka API is the De Facto Standard API for Event Streaming like Amazon S3 for Object Storage

Real-time beats slow data in most use cases across industries. The rise of event-driven architectures and data in motion powered by Apache Kafka enables enterprises to build real-time infrastructure and applications. This blog post explores why the Kafka API became the de facto standard API for event streaming like Amazon S3 for object storage, and the tradeoffs of these standards and corresponding frameworks, products, and cloud services.
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IoT and Supply Chain Optimization with Apache Kafka and Machine Learning
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Apache Kafka and Machine Learning for Real Time Supply Chain Optimization in IIoT

Apache Kafka and Machine Learning for Real Time Supply Chain Optimization: Integrate in real time with the legacy world and proprietary IIoT protocols (like Siemens S7, Modbus, Beckhoff ADS, OPC-UA, et al). You can process the data at scale and then ingest it into a modern database or analytic / machine  learning framework.
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Apache Kafka vs. Middleware (MQ, ETL, ESB) – Slides + Video

This post shares a slide deck and video recording of the differences between an event-driven streaming platform like Apache Kafka and middleware like Message Queues (MQ), Extract-Transform-Load (ETL) and Enterprise Service Bus (ESB).
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