Are you working with Apache Kafka and want to simplify management of your infrastructure?

Lena Hall joins Scott Hanselman to show you can keep using Apache Kafka libraries for hundreds of projects, and try Azure Event Hubs behind the scenes to focus on code instead of maintaining infrastructure     

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In this episode, Serkant Karaca and Shubha Vijayasarathy from the Azure Event Hubs team sit with Cecil to discuss the various protocols that are supported by Azure Event Hubs. They dive into the AMQP support, compatibility with Apache Kafka and even discuss some customer use cases.

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Corey Sanders, Corporate VP – Microsoft Azure Compute team sat down with Dan Rosanova, Principal PM responsible for Azure messaging services. Dan shares some new functionality around Event Hubs with Kafka compatibility.

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In this episode of Azure Friday, Thomas Alex discusses how Microsoft uses Apache Kafka for HDInsight to power Siphon, a data ingestion service for internal use.

Apache Kafka for HDInsight is an enterprise-grade, open-source, streaming ingestion service. Microsoft created Siphon as a highly available and reliable service to ingest massive amounts of data for processing in near real time. Siphon handles ingestion of over a trillion events per day across multiple business-critical scenarios at Microsoft. In this episode, learn how Siphon uses Apache Kafka for HDInsight as its scalable pub/sub message queue.

 

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Raghav Mohan joins Scott Hanselman to talk about Apache Kafka on HDInsight, which added the open-source distributed streaming platform last year to complete a scalable, big data streaming scenario on Azure.

Kafka is capable of processing millions of events/sec, petabytes of data/day to power scenarios like Toyota’s connected car, Office 365’s clickstream analytics, fraud detection for large banks, etc.

Find out how to deploy managed, cost-effective Kafka clusters on Azure HDInsight with a 99.9% SLA with just 4 clicks or pre-created ARM templates.

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