The shift to real-time streaming technologies has bolstered the adoption of Pulsar and there has been a marked increase in both the interest and adoption of Pulsar in 2020. With Pulsar being sought out by companies developing messaging and event-streaming applications — from Fortune 100 companies to forward-thinking start-ups — and so much growth around the Pulsar project, it has garnered a lot of recent press and attention.
Pulsar offers many advantages that make it an attractive choice for companies seeking to adopt a unified messaging and event streaming platform. Compared with Kafka, Pulsar is more resilient and less complex to operate and scale and it covers all the fundamentals necessary for building event streaming applications and incorporates many built-in features with a rich set of tools.
In this blog, we compare Pulsar and Kafka in terms of performance, architecture, and features to help you make an informed decision.
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