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Jun 2, 2019   |  By David Bitton
Kafka is an open source real-time streaming messaging system and protocol built around the publish-subscribe system. In this system, producers publish data to feeds for which consumers are subscribed to. With Kafka, clients within a system can exchange information with higher performance and lower risk of serious failure. Instead of establishing direct connections between subsystems, clients communicate via a server which brokers the information between producers and consumers.
Jun 2, 2019   |  By Yoni Farin
Creating a topic in production is an operative task that requires awareness and preparation. In this tutorial, we’ll explain all the parameters to consider when creating a new topic in production. Setting the partition count and replication factor is required when creating a new Topic and the following choices affect the performance and reliability of your system.
Apr 4, 2019   |  By Coralogix
AWS offers a plethora of log and metric data but in order to extract meaningful insights and react to production issues on a dime, a centralized logging solution is critical. Today we’re excited to announce the availability of Coralogix on the AWS Marketplace for the first time. You can now get our advanced machine learning log insights directly in your AWS cloud account for full-stack log aggregation, convenient billing, tighter security with your AWS infrastructure, and faster deployment.
Mar 8, 2019   |  By Shuki Shahrabany
As Elasticsearch is gradually becoming the standard for textual data indexing (specifically log data) more companies struggle to scale their ELK stack. We decided to pick up the glove and create a series of posts to help you tackle the most common Elasticsearch performance and functional issues. This post will help you in understanding and solving one of the most frustrating Elasticsearch issues – Mapping exceptions.
Jan 8, 2019   |  By Lior Tal
This post will explain about CDNs, one of the most important components of the modern web applications. It’s the technology that allows the world’s most popular events to be brought to millions of viewers simultaneously. It’s what allows players of the wildly successful Fortnite game to compete with other players from all over the world.