Maxime Ribera and Geraud Duge de Beronville take us through an interesting tutorial:
Apache Kafka® is a distributed real-time processing platform that allows for the ingestion of huge volumes of data. ksqlDB is part of the Kafka ecosystem and offers a SQL-like language to query and process large-scale, real-time data. This blog post demonstrates how to quickly process network activity for detection intrusion using both Kafka and ksqlDB.
For testing purposes (and to avoid being banned from the enterprise network), a virtualized environment through Vagrant is used.
Click through for the scenario.