On Kafka’s place in the MQ landscape

Just got back from CrunchConf 2018. A good panel of speakers and an interesting conference. Lots of food and drinks. Good atmosphere, helpful organizers. Fun times, good memories. The conference was a blast with most of my questions hitting the top votes with a little help from the community.

I decided in the context of the conference that I will share my thoughts on the presentations, at least for those that were intriguing and for those that my questions got the top votes. All in all, I would like to appraise good presentations, devoid of hype and commercialism. There seems to be some hype in today’s world around the Big Data projects, with the naive jumping ship to the next cool project.

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