kafka - Load-balancing, resuming Kafka consumer for go, backed by Zookeeper.

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Kafka libraries, tools and example applications built on top of the sarama package.The following tools can be useful for discovery, testing, and benchmarking. They also serve as examples of how to use Sarama.

https://github.com/wvanbergen/kafka

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