Kafka 1.0 - New Release
On 3 Nov, 2017 By Michael.Walker 0 Comments
Apache Kafka is a distributed streaming platform for publishing and subscribing, storing, and processing streaming data at scale and in real-time. It has become an awesome tool for a durable system of data collection platforms.
The new release (Kafka 1.0.0) provides the following enhancements:
- The builder API (KIP-120) is improved. A new API has been added to expose the state of active tasks at runtime (KIP-130). The new cogroup API makes it much easier to deal with partitioned aggregates with fewer StateStores and fewer moving parts in your code (KIP-150). Debuggability gets easier with enhancements to the print() and writeAsText() methods (KIP-160).
- Improvements to metrics with (KIP-196) - new health check metrics (KIP-188) - global topic and partition count (KIP-168).
- New support for Java 9 with faster TLS and CRC32C implementations.
- Improved security where KIP-152 cleans up the error handling on Simple Authentication Security Layer (SASL) authentication attempts.
- Improved toleration of disk failures - single disk failure in a JBOD broker will not bring the entire broker down; rather, the broker will continue serving any log files that remain on functioning disks.
Check out new tutorial videos here.