Running Apache Kafka on Minikube

Lucas Jellema

I frequently want to demonstrate the working of Apache Kafka and/or provide colleagues and other audiences with an environment for a workshop that involves Apache Kafka. I have been struggling to find  a good way to get Kafka to function properly on Minikube – the standalone, single node Kubernetes cluster […]

CQRS through Twitter – more fun than meaning

Lucas Jellema

As part of my 50 Shades of Data presentation, I talk about CQRS – Command Query Responsibility Segregation. The idea that you can have one or more read only data stores with data replicated from the master store where all data manipulation (commands) take place. In a different presentation, I […]

Get going with KSQL on Kubernetes

This article describes how to quickly get going with KSQL on Kubernetes. KSQL is Confuent’s ‘continuous streaming query language’. It allows us to write SQL-like queries that operate on Kafka Topics. Queries that join, filter and aggregate – for each event that gets produced and over time windows. Results are […]

Recording, slides and code resources for Oracle Code session: Real Time UI with Apache Kafka Streaming Analytics of Fast Data and Server Push

Lucas Jellema

On YouTube, you will find the 44 min recording of my talk on Oracle Code San Francisco (October 2017):  https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=khP3yHmbtpM The slides are on SlideShare: Real Time UI with Apache Kafka Streaming Analytics of Fast Data and Server Push (OracleCode San Francisco 2017) from Lucas Jellema All code sources are […]