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Supporting Cross Node Interactive Queries In Kafka Streams

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Kafka Streams is a powerful tool that adds a high-level abstraction on top of Kafka’s rock-solid infrastructure to enable building streaming applications. It has several features mainly grouped around two concepts, KStreams which represents an infinite stream of data, and KTables which represent a projection of a stream’s data. Even calling these two concepts different is not completely…




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