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The Kafka API has become a standard of sorts in the messaging space but sometimes it has been criticized for being too heavyweight. But is that true?
In this talk we're going to look at a variety of different messaging APIs, contrasting their features and guarantees with their ""heaviness"".
Do all messaging APIs support all features and guarantees?
What about queue vs log semantics? What is the difference and when should we use one or the other? Does a distinction between the two really exist?
How do cloud provider messaging APIs compare to open-source messaging APIs? What does it mean for a messaging API to be cloud native?
By the end of this talk you'll have an idea of the various types of messaging APIs and the trade-offs the API designers made regarding the complexity of the APIs vs the features and guarantees the messaging systems provide.