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Apache Pulsar Versus Apache Kafka: Choosing a Messaging Platform

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With streaming systems being a critical component of modern applications and data-driven businesses, tens of thousands of organizations use either Apache Kafka or Pulsar to create real-time data pipelines, speeding data from its point of origin to as many destinations as needed. In this report, Kafka and Pulsar expert Chris Bartholomew helps you understand the value of streaming data, learn the relative strengths of each of these tools, and choose the one that's better for a given job
What Is Apache Pulsar
Understand why Apache Pulsar has emerged as a serious alternative to Kafka.
The Architectural Differences
See the different components and replication models between Apache Pulsar and Apache Kafka.
Comparing Streaming Platforms to Traditional Messaging
Explore the differences between modern streaming systems and traditional message brokers such as RabbitMQ.

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