Subject: Is there any difference between conflunt kafka and apache kafka?


Hi,

I would say stick to Apache Kafka.

These days every start-up sees some opportunities to grab a piece of cake.
Often ending up re-inventing the wheel to create an add-on that mimics what
already exists and charge license fees.

One of the most pertinent exception is Apache HBase that has been around
for 10 years. It is only supported as part of third-party suits of products
on Hadoop like Cloudera or Hortonworks. The great Apache community supports
it and I believe that is the reason it is so successful and widely used.

HTH

Dr Mich Talebzadeh

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