Strimzi

Apache Kafka running on Kubernetes

Strimzi was accepted to CNCF on August 28, 2019 and is at the Sandbox project maturity level.

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Did you know that every major change or new feature in #Strimzi starts with a proposal? Any user can help us make #Strimzi better by reviewing the open proposals and providing feedback to them: https://t.co/Ou3YwWq0bf

How many disks per broker should you use in your #ApacheKafka cluster? As usually, there is no simple answer which would fit all the different use cases. But you can watch our latest video 🎬 to learn more about the different aspects you should consider: https://t.co/cZEii8K3Mm

Strimzi 0.27.0 is now available 🎉 : https://t.co/o3KVK9cMq2

Learn more about the new features in our "What's new" video: https://t.co/vdRXmvxT4W

Thanks to everyone who contributed to this release!

When log segments are rolled and how long messages are really retained in #ApacheKafka is not always so simple. Read more about it in this deep dive by @ppatierno on our official website! https://t.co/jUsmhsEgHg

Today, we released #Strimzi 0.26.1 which uses the updated Log4j2 library to address the Log4Shell vulnerability (CVE-2021-44228). Read more about the new release, about how Strimzi is affected and about the possible mitigations in our new blog post: https://t.co/zfG9hFBA7A

Attending #KubeCon China? Don't miss the keynotes and other great sessions. But also ... don't miss our Virtual #Strimzi Office Hours! You can register for it here: https://t.co/vYxmLee2UR

Ever wondered how to migrate data from one #ApacheKafka cluster to another with Mirror Maker 2? You can read more about it in the new #Strimzi blog post from @jromanmartin and Manuel Schindler: https://t.co/o06rDnEcIU