Evaluating the streaming data ecosystem: StreamNative releases benchmark comparing Apache Pulsar to Apache Kafka. Featuring Chief Architect & Head of Cloud Engineering Addison Higham
- April 7th 2022
Processing data in real-time is on the rise. The streaming analytics market (which depending on definitions, may just be one segment of the streaming data market) is projected to grow from $15.4 billion in 2021 to $50.1 billion in 2026, at a Compound Annual Growth Rate (CAGR) of 26.5% during the forecast period as per Markets and Markets.
A multitude of streaming data alternatives, each with its own focus and approach, has emerged in the last few years. One of those alternatives is Apache Pulsar. In 2021, Pulsar ranked as a Top 5 Apache Software Foundation project and surpassed Apache Kafka in monthly active contributors.
In another episode in the data streaming saga, StreamNative just released a report comparing Apache Pulsar to Apache Kafka in terms of performance benchmarks.
We caught up with StreamNative Chief Architect & Head of Cloud Engineering Addison Higham to discuss the report's findings, as well as the bigger picture in data streaming.
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