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Kafka Summit SF 2019

September 30 - October 1, 2019 | San Francisco

Production Ready Kafka on Kubernetes

Session Level: Intermediate

Getting Kafka running on Kubernetes is only step one of a journey to create a production-ready Kafka cluster. This talk walks through the other steps: 1) Monitoring and remediating faults. 2) Updates to Kubernetes nodes for clusters not using shared storage. 3) Automating Kafka updates and restarts. We present how to create fault-tolerant Kafka clusters on Kubernetes without sacrificing availability, durability, or latency. Learn about Lyft’s overlay-free Kubernetes networking driver and how we use it to keep performance on par with non-Kubernetes clusters.

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