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Red Hat AMQ Streams

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Red Hat AMQ Streams

By Red Hat

Certified enterprise ready

Build high performing streaming applications at cloud scale

Software version

2020-Q3

Delivery method

Operator

Rating

4 reviews

Red Hat AMQ Streams is a massively scalable, distributed, and high performance data streaming platform based on the Apache Kafka project. AMQ Streams provides an event streaming backbone that allows microservices and other application components to exchange data with extremely high throughput.

Publish and subscribe messaging

AMQ Streams, Red Hat's implementation of Apache Kafka, features high performance, high scalability of delivery of events between unlimited publishers and unlimited subscribers. AM Streams offers a distributed backbone that allows microservices and other applications to share data with extremely high throughput.

Long term, fault-tolerant storage of events

Kakfa events are stored to the limit of an organizations storage capacity, allowing for long term safe access.

Replayability of event streams

Kafka stores no state information on subscriber activity. Thus, subscribers can request events at any time range available. This feature is very useful for in memory data stores or stream processing

Kafka Connect

AMQ Streams includes Kafka Connect, a standard framework for adapters. Offers streaming and batch options for getting data to Kafka.

Kafka Streams

AMQ Streams includes the Kafka Streams technology from the Apache Kafka community, which allows for querying and correlating events from streams with other streams, or even static sources like databases.

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Reviews

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  • Abhishek C.

    Abhishek C.

    Integration Architect | Mulesoft, Fuse, WSO2

    Review source: Invitation from G2
    Review source: Invitation from G2
    Not ratedJan 05, 2021

    "Build queue integrations using Redhat AMQ"

    What do you like best?

    Performance, stability and data persistence.

    What do you dislike?

    Lot of options available for performance tuning and require good understanding of the product. However redhat support had been great in resolving team's queries

    Recommendations to others considering the product:

    Leverage where data sequencing and persistence is needed. Great product from Redhat for your integration needs

    What problems are you solving with the product? What benefits have you realized?

    Have been using Redhat AMQ with Fuse ESB for multiple integration use cases where data persistence and performance were key factors

  • US

    User in Information Technology and Services

    Review source: Invitation from the seller
    Review source: Invitation from the seller
    Not ratedFeb 18, 2021

    "I haven't worked so much with it."

    What do you like best?

    That it is based on know open source communities

    What do you dislike?

    That it is hard to find documentation, examples and guides, unlike you see for Spring solutions.

    What problems are you solving with the product? What benefits have you realized?

    I haven't solved as much problems I can say about clear benefits.

  • CA

    Consultant in Government Administration

    Review source: Invitation from G2
    Review source: Invitation from G2
    Not ratedDec 29, 2020

    "Expecting good performance"

    What do you like best?

    Throttling and failover recall & Purging the messages.

    What do you dislike?

    Performance and inbuild memory duplicate data while using cluster environment.

    Recommendations to others considering the product:

    Yes, we should recommend it.

    What problems are you solving with the product? What benefits have you realized?

    Using JMS increase the consumer counts and increasing logs

  • Rouse L.

    Rouse L.

    Technical Project Manager

    Review source: Invitation from G2
    Review source: Invitation from G2
    Not ratedDec 29, 2019

    "Red Hat AMQ, good option ... but not the best"

    What do you like best?

    Red Hat AMQ is a good option, but there are better message queue platforms available in the market, taking me as an example ... implement Red Hat AMQ in the company, but then I discover that there are better options, do not hesitate to put it aside. But there are several aspects that I like about Red Hat AMQ, such as: -Red Hat AMQ supports the connectivity of client programs in several languages, either java or C, C ++, Python, .Net, among others, making it quite versatile. -Real-time integration, which significantly improves responsiveness and agility - Provides high scalability and availability for native cloud applications.

    What do you dislike?

    The main reason why you choose to change it was the control and ordering of messages. Besides, compared to the other services of red hat, red hat AMQ does not provide quality technical support, since they take a long time to respond and resolve the problems and if that were not enough the price is a bit high compared to other platforms.

    Recommendations to others considering the product:

    I do not recommend it with certainty, maybe some users adapt better to this software, but I think there are better alternatives.

    What problems are you solving with the product? What benefits have you realized?

    At the time, it helped us to integrate the applications and data that are distributed in the company, with its compatibility and scalability, I improved the integration of the applications and data, although due to the negative aspects I already mentioned, I decided to supplant with another software that best suits my needs