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Using Apache Kafka from Ruby

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Apache Kafka is “publish-subscribe messaging rethought as a distributed commit log” – a way for applications to produce messages that can be read by many different consumers. Kafka is rapidly gaining wide adoption, partly because of its impressive scalability but also because of what it enables: looser coupling between message producers and consumers & efficient storage of messages, allowing consumers to “go back in time”. Until recently, there hasn’t been a battle-tested Ruby client for Kafka, though. We decided to build one, enabling advanced Kafka applications in pure Ruby.

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