Apache Kafka and MQTT are a perfect combination for many IoT use cases. This blog series covers the pros and cons of both technologies. Various use cases across industries, including connected vehicles, manufacturing, mobility services, and smart city are explored. The examples use different architectures, including lightweight edge scenarios, hybrid integrations, and serverless cloud solutions. This post is part two: Connected Vehicles and V2X applications.
The digital transformation connects the world. People, vehicles, factories, cities, digital services, and other “things” communicate with each other in real-time to provide a safe environment, efficient processes, and a fantastic user experience. This scenario only works well with data processing in real-time at scale. This blog post shares a presentation that explains why Apache Kafka plays a key role not just in one of these industries or use cases, but also to connect the different stakeholders to each other.
A smart city is an urban area that uses different types of electronic Internet of Things (IoT) sensors to collect data and then use insights gained from that data to manage assets, resources, and services efficiently. This blog post explores how Apache Kafka fits into the smart city architecture and the benefits and use cases.
MQTT and Apache Kafka are a perfect combination for end-to-end IoT integration from edge to data center. This post discusses two different approaches and refers to implementations on Github using Apache Kafka, Kafka Connect, Confluent MQTT Proxy and Mosquitto.
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