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kafka-rest - Confluent REST Proxy for Kafka


The Kafka REST Proxy provides a RESTful interface to a Kafka cluster, making it easy to produce and consume messages, view the state of the cluster, and perform administrative actions without using the native Kafka protocol or clients.

kafkacat - Generic command line non-JVM Apache Kafka producer and consumer


kafkacat is a generic non-JVM producer and consumer for Apache Kafka >=0.8, think of it as a netcat for Kafka.In producer mode kafkacat reads messages from stdin, delimited with a configurable delimiter (-D, defaults to newline), and produces them to the provided Kafka cluster (-b), topic (-t) and partition (-p).

librdkafka - The Apache Kafka C/C++ library


Copyright (c) 2012-2016, Magnus Edenhill.librdkafka is a C library implementation of the Apache Kafka protocol, containing both Producer and Consumer support. It was designed with message delivery reliability and high performance in mind, current figures exceed 1 million msgs/second for the producer and 3 million msgs/second for the consumer.

Sarama - Go library for Apache Kafka 0.8, 0.9, and 0.10.


Package sarama is a pure Go client library for dealing with Apache Kafka (versions 0.8 and later). It includes a high-level API for easily producing and consuming messages, and a low-level API for controlling bytes on the wire when the high-level API is insufficient.




pykafka - Apache Kafka client for Python; high-level & low-level consumer/producer, with great performance


PyKafka is a cluster-aware Kafka>=0.8.2 client for Python. It includes Python implementations of Kafka producers and consumers, which are optionally backed by a C extension built on librdkafka, and runs under Python 2.7+, Python 3.4+, and PyPy.PyKafka's primary goal is to provide a similar level of abstraction to the JVM Kafka client using idioms familiar to Python programmers and exposing the most Pythonic API possible.

ruby-kafka - A Ruby client library for Apache Kafka


A Ruby client library for Apache Kafka, a distributed log and message bus. The focus of this library will be operational simplicity, with good logging and metrics that can make debugging issues easier.Although parts of this library work with Kafka 0.8 – specifically, the Producer API – it's being tested and developed against Kafka 0.9. The Consumer API is Kafka 0.9+ only.

kafka-net - Native C# client for Kafka queue servers.


Native C# client for Apache Kafka.Copyright 2014, James Roland under Apache License, V2.0. See LICENSE file.



confluent-kafka-python - Confluent's Apache Kafka Python client


confluent-kafka-python is Confluent's Python client for Apache Kafka and the Confluent Platform.High performance - confluent-kafka-python is a lightweight wrapper around librdkafka, a finely tuned C client.

php-rdkafka - Kafka client for PHP


PHP-rdkafka is a thin librdkafka binding providing a working PHP 5 / PHP 7 Kafka 0.8 / 0.9 / 0.10 client.It supports the high level and low level consumers, producer, and metadata APIs.

confluent-kafka-dotnet - Confluent's Apache Kafka .NET client


confluent-kafka-dotnet is Confluent's .NET client for Apache Kafka and the Confluent Platform.High performance - confluent-kafka-dotnet is a lightweight wrapper around librdkafka, a finely tuned C client.

confluent-kafka-go - Confluent's Apache Kafka Golang client


confluent-kafka-go is Confluent's Golang client for Apache Kafka and the Confluent Platform.High performance - confluent-kafka-go is a lightweight wrapper around librdkafka, a finely tuned C client.

kafka-net


This is a .NET implementation of a client for Kafka using C# for Kafka 0.8. It provides for an implementation that covers most basic functionalities to include a simple Producer and Consumer.The Producer can send one or more messages to Kafka in both a synchronous and asynchronous fashion.

kafka-php - Simple and high level consumer and producer client for Kafka Broker (0.7.x)


This is an alternative to the existing Kafka PHP Client which is in the incubator, the main motivation to write it was that it seemed important that the fetch requests are not loaded entirely into memory but pulled continuously from the socket as well as the fact that PHP has a different control flow and communication pattern (each request is a thread within HTTP server) so the api doesn't need to follow the scala/java object graph and can be much simpler.There is a set of example scripts under the 'script' folder. The parameters convention are shared across all the scripts but different scripts has different parameters.

kafka - a simpler go kafka client


Read will always read exactly one message or fail. Message fetches, however, are batched behind the scene, so calls to Read do not correspond 1:1 with network requests.This API is subject to change. I'd like to eventually add support for publishers, and probably move the Offsets call off of the reader interface.