RabbitMQ vs Apache Kafka explained - General

Usually, I share my stuff here in this blog, but from time to time I share some external resources.

A couple of years ago I was talking with a friend about Apache Kafka and RabbitMQ, and we wondered about the differences between each system. After that, I started to read more about both of them.

Later, I've implemented Kafka cluster (with all stuff related to it like collect metrics, monitoring, visualizing, alerting ... etc). It was part of event-driven architecture where Kafka plays a key role in that architecture.

This year I've seen those slides and for 1st time it's really clear how different the 2 systems. And the good thing that the slides are self-explained.

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Hello, my name is Ahmed AbouZaid and this is my "lite" technical blog!

I'm a passionate DevOps engineer, Cloud/Kubernetes specialist, Free/Open source geek, and an author.

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