Nakadi - A distributed event bus that implements a RESTful API abstraction on top of Kafka-like queues

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Nakadi is a distributed event bus broker that implements a RESTful API abstraction on top of Kafka-like queues. It provides abstract event delivery via a secured RESTful API, Enable convenient development of event-driven applications and asynchronous microservices, Efficient low latency event delivery.



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