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Make it easier to work on integrations with Apache Kafka

Apache Kafka message broker is a distributed streaming platform that can process millions of events daily. Kafka guarantees easy integration into the project infrastructure, the reliability and scalability of the system.

Kafka Connect

Kafka Connect is an Apache Kafka framework that provides scalability and flexibility to move data between Kafka and other repositories. This framework allows the broker to act as an ESB service bus.

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Apache Kafka features

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Streaming data processing

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Kafka's streaming processing works with data in real time at the speed of message generation. Messages are processed continuously and without blocking. Many business processes are also ongoing and do not require a response for processing. Streaming data processing is necessary for business processes such as alerting suspicious transactions or tracking mail delivery.

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App activity tracking

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Any messages that appear in the app can be published in a special Kafka topic. For example, every ERP system document or every user action on the site: clicks, adding to favorites, adding/removing from the “Cart”, filling out forms, page views (and its depth) — can be sent and distributed according to specially defined Kafka topics. Thus, other topics (consumers) can subscribe to the topics they need for various purposes — monitoring, analysis, reporting, personalization, etc.

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Logging and log monitoring

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Kafka allows you to keep logs and monitor logs. You can publish logs to Kafka topics, and logs can be stored and processed in a cluster for as long as you need. If you have a dedicated monitoring app, it will be able to get real-time data from Kafka topics.

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Message storage

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Kafka adds each message to the journal (saves it to disk) and stores it there until the log is cleared of old messages, which the user assigns in advance. This allows Kafka to be used as a reliable data source (unlike RabbitMQ, which deletes messages immediately after delivery).

The benefits of Kafka Apache

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Scalability

Apache Kafka allows you to process data of any size. You can start working with one broker to try out Kafka's features and then increase the number of brokers to fully exploit the system. It is also possible to increase the volume while the current number of brokers is running — this will not affect the system as a whole in any way.

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System reliability

One of Kafka's advantages is its reliability. For example, if one of the Kafka brokers “falls” for some reason, it will switch the entire data flow to other brokers and automatically distribute the load between them, and the system will continue to operate normally.

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Productivity

Due to its high throughput, Apache Kafka is able to process more than a million events per second. This makes Kafka the most popular message broker when working with big data.

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System Integration Project (ESB) Calculator

How many streams will the systems send
Example: The “Product Management System” will send product data. “Order Management System” — about orders. “Warehouse management system” — about the status of the shipment. This is 3 streams.
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Example: The “Product Management System” will send product data. “Order Management System” — about orders. “Warehouse management system” — about the status of the shipment. This is 3 streams.
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How many streams will the system receive
Example: The “Warehouse Management System” will receive data on goods and orders. “Order Management System” — about goods and shipment status. This is 4 streams.
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Example: The “Warehouse Management System” will receive data on goods and orders. “Order Management System” — about goods and shipment status. This is 4 streams.
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100
The calculator calculates using an accurate but simplified formula. The scope of work for your project and the final cost may vary. The final calculation will be made by your personal manager.

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Calculation example

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To transfer data between systems, we create a “stream”. Some streams are needed to send data, while others are needed to receive data. Orders, goods, or other entities may be transferred in a separate stream.

For example, on the diagram:
1. The “Merchandise Management System” sends goods. “Warehouse management system” is the fact that an order has been shipped. “Order Management System” — orders. In total, the systems will send 3 streams;

2. The Warehouse Management System accepts goods and orders. “Order management system” — goods and the fact that the order has been shipped. In total, the systems will receive 4 streams.

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Scope of work in the calculator

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Included in the calculation

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Preparing a map of systems and data flows (SOA scheme)

Preparing the infrastructure for connectors to operate

Development of object logic (connector business process diagram)

Setting up a monitoring and logging loop

Creating connectors for exchanging data for each stream on 3 stands (test, preprod, prod)

Creating connectors (storage - receiver) for exchanging data on each high-load stream (>100 messages per minute) on 3 stands (test, preprod, prod)

Set up to three dashboards per connector within a ready-made monitoring circuit

Over 15 attributes per stream

Documentation on copying integration, reusing, and maintaining

Demonstration of the implemented functionality

Included into account

Preparing a map of systems and data flows (SOA scheme)

Development of object logic (connector business process diagram)

Creating connectors (source - storage, storage - receiver) for exchanging data on each object on 3 stands (test, preprod, prod)

Set up to three dashboards per connector within a ready-made monitoring circuit

Over 15 attributes per object

Additionally

Preparing the infrastructure for connectors to operate

Setting up a monitoring and logging loop

Creating connectors (storage - receiver) for exchanging data on each high-load object (>100 messages per minute) on 3 stands (test, preprod, prod)

Over 15 attributes per object

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