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Takeaways From the Kafka Talk at AirBnB: The Power of Structured Data and the Myth of “Exactly Once”

Sadayuki Furuhashi distils the lessons learned from Jay Krep’s talk about Kafka:

The holy grail of messaging systems is “exactly once”, meaning that every message is always delivered (“at least once”) and never duplicated (“at most once”). And just like any other thing “holy grail”, it’s pretty unrealistic without major drawbacks.

Original title and link: Takeaways From the Kafka Talk at AirBnB: The Power of Structured Data and the Myth of “Exactly Once” (NoSQL database©myNoSQL)

via: http://java.dzone.com/articles/akeaways-kafka-talk-airbnb