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  • Apache Pulsar

    Apache Pulsar - distributed pub-sub messaging system

  • Dynamically scaling your containers is getting easier every day when using something like KEDA. I use Pulsar and there's a Pulsar scaler for it in addition to Kafka, Kinesis, Prometheus metrics, etc.

  • InfluxDB

    Power Real-Time Data Analytics at Scale. Get real-time insights from all types of time series data with InfluxDB. Ingest, query, and analyze billions of data points in real-time with unbounded cardinality.

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  • keda

    KEDA is a Kubernetes-based Event Driven Autoscaling component. It provides event driven scale for any container running in Kubernetes

  • Dynamically scaling your containers is getting easier every day when using something like KEDA. I use Pulsar and there's a Pulsar scaler for it in addition to Kafka, Kinesis, Prometheus metrics, etc.

  • mop

    MQTT on Pulsar implemented using Pulsar Protocol Handler (by streamnative)

  • While Pulsar has its own protocol that handles streaming, queues, and a lot of the other features (distributed transactions, functions, etc.), it can also speak other messaging protocols via plug-ins. Looking around, the ones that appear to be actively developed are MQTT, Kafka (so your existing applications that use Kafka can also use Pulsar), AMQP, and JMS.

  • kop

    Discontinued Kafka-on-Pulsar - A protocol handler that brings native Kafka protocol to Apache Pulsar

  • While Pulsar has its own protocol that handles streaming, queues, and a lot of the other features (distributed transactions, functions, etc.), it can also speak other messaging protocols via plug-ins. Looking around, the ones that appear to be actively developed are MQTT, Kafka (so your existing applications that use Kafka can also use Pulsar), AMQP, and JMS.

  • aop

    AMQP on Pulsar protocol handler (by streamnative)

  • While Pulsar has its own protocol that handles streaming, queues, and a lot of the other features (distributed transactions, functions, etc.), it can also speak other messaging protocols via plug-ins. Looking around, the ones that appear to be actively developed are MQTT, Kafka (so your existing applications that use Kafka can also use Pulsar), AMQP, and JMS.

  • pulsar-jms

    DataStax Starlight for JMS, a JMS API for Apache Pulsar ®

  • While Pulsar has its own protocol that handles streaming, queues, and a lot of the other features (distributed transactions, functions, etc.), it can also speak other messaging protocols via plug-ins. Looking around, the ones that appear to be actively developed are MQTT, Kafka (so your existing applications that use Kafka can also use Pulsar), AMQP, and JMS.

NOTE: The number of mentions on this list indicates mentions on common posts plus user suggested alternatives. Hence, a higher number means a more popular project.

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