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Running Kafka on Azure Kubernetes Service

Yes, Kubernetes was not designed for Stateful workloads. Yes StatefulSets and PersistentVolumes can be hard to reason about. Also when Kesley HighTower cautions against running stateful applications on kubernetes, it makes us wonder if this is worth trying.

On the other hand, Confluent — the awesome company behind Kafka — is running Confluent Cloud by deploying Kafka on Kubernetes using…




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Agraj Mangal

Agraj Mangal

Engineering @ Atlassian | Ex-Adobe | Ex-Microsoft | | Opinions my own

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