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Confluent Operations for Apache Kafka®

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Confluent Operations for Apache Kafka®

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Confluent
Next Class On:

Monday, July 29, 2019

At:

10:30 AM Indian Standard Time

In this three-day, hands-on course you will learn how to build, manage, and monitor Kafka clusters using industry best-practices developed by the world’s foremost Apache Kafka experts. You will learn how Kafka and the Confluent Platform work, how their main subsystems interact, and how to set up, manage, monitor and tune your cluster.

Throughout the course, hands-on exercises reinforce the topics being discussed. Exercises include:

  • Using Kafka’s command-line tools
  • Automating configuration
  • Using Kafka’s administrative tools
  • Tuning Producer and Consumer performance
  • Securing the cluster
  • Building data pipelines with Kafka Connect

This course is designed for engineers, system administrators and operations staff responsible for building, managing, monitoring and tuning Kafka clusters.

Fundamentals of Apache Kafka
  • Kafka as a Distributed Streaming Platform
  • The Distributed Log
  • Producer and Consumer Basics
Kafka’s Architecture
  • Kafka’s Commit Log
  • Replication for High Availability
  • Partitions and Consumer Groups for Scalability
  • Security Overview
Providing Durability
  • Data Replication
  • Failure Recovery
  • Log Files and Offset Management
  • Exactly-Once Semantics (EOS)
Managing a Cluster
  • Installing the Confluent Platform
  • Configuration Management
  • Monitoring
  • Log Retention and Compaction
  • Commissioning and Decommissioning Brokers
Optimizing Kafka’s Performance
  • Monitoring, Testing, and Tuning Brokers andKafka Clients
  • The Consumer Group Protocol
Kafka Security
  • Transport Encryption
  • Authentication
  • Securing Apache Kafka and the CompleteConfluent Platform
  • Migrating to a Secure Cluster
Data Pipelines with Kafka Connect
  • The Motivation for Kafka Connect
  • Types of Connectors
  • Kafka Connect Implementation
  • Standalone and Distributed Modes
  • Configuring the Connectors
Kafka in Production
  • Kafka Reference Architecture for ApacheKafka and the Complete Confluent Platform
  • Capacity Planning
  • Multi Data Center Deployments

Attendees should have a working knowledge of the Kafka architecture, either from prior experience or the recommended prerequisite course Confluent Fundamentals for Apache Kafka®. It is also important to have strong knowledge of Linux/Unix and understand basic TCP/IP networking concepts. Familiarity with the Java Virtual Machine (JVM) is helpful.

Course Information

Duration

3 Day

Mode of Delivery

Virtual

Level

Beginner to Intermediate

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