Event-Driven Architecture with Apache Kafka for .NET Developers Part 1 - Event Producer

2021-04-04

Learn how to implement an event-driven architecture using Apache Kafka as the event router. This article covers setting up the development environment and publishing messages to Kafka. Kafka is a horizontally scalable, distributed, and fault-tolerant event streaming platform that uses the publish-subscribe pattern. In an event-driven architecture, the producer service sends events to the event router, which distributes them to the consumer service. Kafka brokers store metadata and help with data replication, fault tolerance, and high availability. With Zookeeper, Kafka manages functions like electing a leader and managing access control lists.

Link [ https://thecloudblog.net/post/event-driven-architecture-with-apache-kafka-for-net-developers-part-1-event-producer/ ]

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Event-Driven Architecture with Apache Kafka for .NET Developers Part 1 - Event Producer

2021-04-04

Learn how to implement an event-driven architecture using Apache Kafka as the event router. This article covers setting up the development environment and publishing messages to Kafka. Kafka is a horizontally scalable, distributed, and fault-tolerant event streaming platform that uses the publish-subscribe pattern. In an event-driven architecture, the producer service sends events to the event router, which distributes them to the consumer service. Kafka brokers store metadata and help with data replication, fault tolerance, and high availability. With Zookeeper, Kafka manages functions like electing a leader and managing access control lists.

Link [ https://thecloudblog.net/post/event-driven-architecture-with-apache-kafka-for-net-developers-part-1-event-producer/ ]

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