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Log Compaction | Highlights in the Apache Kafka and Stream Processing Community | June 2016
Log Compaction

Log Compaction | Highlights in the Apache Kafka and Stream Processing Community | June 2016

Guozhang Wang

After months of testing efforts and seven voting rounds, Apache Kafka 0.10.0 and the corresponding Confluent Platform 3.0 have been finally released, cheers!

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  1. Question on Log Retention:

    Can we retain Kafka Topic log based on message version, i.e. if my Kafka topic is based on Customer profile, i want to retain current version and a prior version of a customer profile record based on CustomerId.

    Thanks in advance.

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