As a next-generation streaming technology, Apache Pulsar has many features representing a huge improvement over Kafka and other streaming technologies. Better performance and scalability, cost savings thanks to multi-tenancy, and tiered storage are just a few.
With the new StreamNative Hosted QuickStart, it is easier than ever to get started building applications atop Pulsar. Now, application developers have access to a concise two-minute video for each component of the StreamNative Hosted onboarding experience, allowing them to quickly grasp the essential knowledge needed to get started on StreamNative Hosted.
The StreamNative Hosted QuickStart videos provide comprehensive insights into every aspect of the onboarding process. From cluster setup to sending messages, each video offers a concise yet comprehensive overview of the corresponding component. By watching these videos, developers can gain a clear understanding of the steps involved, allowing them to accelerate their progress and start utilizing the full capabilities of StreamNative Hosted in no time.
Create a Service Account
Service accounts are specialized accounts that let developers connect their applications to Pulsar clusters. After creating a service account and using it in an application, they can then produce and consume messages from Pulsar topics. This video walks developers through service account creation.
Deploy a Pulsar cluster
While provisioning and deploying an open-source Pulsar can be tricky, on StreamNative Hosted it is as simple as clicking through a few settings. This video walks developers through connecting a cloud provider (either AWS or Google Cloud), what each setting means, and what settings to use, given the scale of messages a developer will send to Pulsar.
View the default tenants and namespaces, and learn about multi-tenancy
Tenants let multiple teams securely use the same Pulsar cluster without interfering with each other. This video explains how to view and understand tenants and namespaces, allowing each team within an organization to control and manage their own resources.
Create a topic
Topics are how messages are grouped within Pulsar clusters, and understanding them is essential to getting the most value out of Pulsar. This video introduces the concept of topics and how to create and manage them on StreamNative Hosted.
Send messages to a topic
Once a cluster is set up with topics and a service account is configured, it’s time to start sending messages! This video walks through setting up a Pulsar client via a client library or CLI tool and using the client to send messages.
Developers can come back to these videos whenever they need a refresher or want to explore more advanced features.
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