The Confluent Kafka REST API allows any system that can connect through HTTP to send and receive messages with Kafka.
The Confluent Platform is a stream data platform that enables you to organize and manage data from many different sources with one reliable, high performance system. This kind of platform provides not only the system to transport data, but all the tools needed to connect data sources, applications, and data sinks to the platform.
Confluent makes it easy build real-time data pipelines and streaming applications by integrating data from multiple sources and locations into a single, central stream data platform. It leverages Apache Kafka, a popular real-time, fault-tolerant, highly scalable messaging system.
Kafka Connect is an open source framework for scalably and reliably connecting Kafka with external systems such as databases, key-value stores, search indexes, and file systems.
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The Confluent KAFKA Kotlin Sample Code demonstrates how to produce messages to and consume messages from a Kafka cluster using the Kotlin version of Java Producer and Consumer and the Kafka Streams API. A prerequisite includes Java 1.8 or higher to run the demo application.
The Confluent KAFKA Scala Sample Code demonstrates how to produce messages to and consume messages from a Kafka cluster using the Scala Producer and Consumer and the Kafka Streams API. For more information, developers can see the application development documentation.
The Confluent KAFKA Groovy Sample Code demonstrates how to produce messages to and consume messages from a Kafka cluster using the Groovy version of Java Producer and Consumer and the Kafka Streams API.
The Confluent KAFKA Java Sample Code provides a directory with examples to use Kafka. Developers can start Zookeeper and the Kafka server and for a simple consumer demo, developers can`run bin/java-simple-consumer-demo.sh`