Confluent Platform 5.3

Kevin Feasel

2019-08-01

Hadoop

Gaetan Castelein announces Confluent Platform 5.3:

Introducing Confluent Operator for Kubernetes
Kubernetes has become the open source standard for orchestrating containerized applications, but running stateful applications such as Kafka can be difficult and requires a specialized skill set. Thus, we decided to automate the process for you.

For the past few months, we have been working closely with a set of customers and partners as part of a preview program to gather their early feedback. We are now ready to release Confluent Operator, our enterprise-ready implementation of the Kubernetes Operator API to automate deployment and key lifecycle operations of Confluent Platform on Kubernetes.

Looks like they’ve been busy lately.

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