Quix 2.0 is here 🚀 Designed around the concept of Infrastructure-as-Code, Quix 2.0 makes it easier to build and run reliable, powerful event-streaming applications that scale, with a single source of truth powered by Git.
The main difference between them is that Kafka is a distributed event streaming platform designed to ingest and process massive amounts of data, while ActiveMQ is a traditional message broker that supports multiple protocols and flexible messaging patterns.
Learn how to reprocess a stream of data with the Quix Streams Python library and Apache Kafka. You'll ingest some GPS telemetry data into a topic and replay the stream to try out different distance calculation methods.
Explore the differences between Quix and Apache Flink and find out when it's better to use Quix as a Flink alternative. If you’re searching for Apache Flink alternatives, this guide offers a detailed, fair comparison to help you make an informed decision.
A detailed comparison of Apache Kafka and Amazon Kinesis that covers categories such as operational attributes, pricing model, and time to production while highlighting their key differences and use cases that they typically address.
Lightweight, powerful, no JVM and no need for separate clusters of orchestrators. Here’s a look at our next-gen streaming library for C# and Python developers including feature summaries, code samples, and a sneak peek into our roadmap.