Managed Apache Kafka
Instaclustr provides a fully managed service for Apache Kafka®—SOC 2 certified and hosted on AWS, Azure, GCP, or on-prem.
We customize and optimize the configuration of your cluster so you can focus on your applications.
Apache Kafka® is the leading streaming and queuing technology for large-scale, always-on applications.
Instaclustr’s Hosted Managed Service for Apache Kafka® is the best way to run Kafka in the cloud, providing you with a production ready and fully supported Apache Kafka cluster in minutes.
Our fully hosted and managed solution frees you to focus on your applications.
Get Kafka fully managed and hosted on all major clouds, in our cloud account or yours.
Our comprehensive management includes deployment, configuration, ongoing maintenance, upgrades, monitoring, and support. All you need to do is use Kafka.
Receive prompt and definitive technical support and advice from our technical operations and support staff in the USA and Australia who are available to you at all times.
Instaclustr has Kafka experts and consultants on staff capable of solving any issue.
We provide a 99.99% availability SLA for enterprise deployments of Apache Kafka.
Instaclustr’s solutions and processes are independently audited and certified against the Service Organisation Control – Type 2 (SOC 2) standards.
These regular audits assure the security, confidentiality, integrity, privacy, and availability of your data.
Easily deploy Payment Card Industry Data Security Standard (PCI-DSS) compliant Kafka on AWS by selecting this option in our console.
Contact us about HIPAA compliant options for health data.
We collect and monitor hundreds of different metrics from every node we manage, so we can proactively oversee your cluster and you get easy access to the Kafka metrics needed to effectively maintain your application.
At Instaclustr you are never locked-in because everything we do is open source. Our Managed Kafka is completely licensed under the Apache 2.0 license.
Read more about our Open Source Commitment.
Kafka Connect allows you to use low-code enterprise grade connectors between products in your data layer.
Easily add Kafka Connect in our console.
We support both Run In Your Own Account (RIYOA) and Run In Instaclustr’s Account (RIIA) for our Managed Kafka.
On our managed platform, Kafka can be provisioned on AWS, GCP, and Azure and is bundled up with a host of additional features ready for enterprise deployment.
Apache Kafka® enables robust scalable stream processing and event-driven architectures for enterprise companies and startups alike.
Focus on building your applications knowing that Instaclur’s Hosted and Managed Kafka deliverd-as-a-service is optimized for your needs.
Apache Kafka enables high throughput event-driven architectures across your data layer.
Designed from the outset to handle hundreds of millions of customers Kafka clusters scale with high availability.
Apache Kafka uses load balancing and data replication to allow failure or planned maintenance of individual nodes with no downtime.
Apache Kafka was designed from the outset to flexibly interface with many different systems.
With years of development and a large community of enterprise users Kafka has robust connectivity and easy to use APIs.
Apache Kafka can also integrate with external stream processing layers such as Spark streaming.
Kafka enjoys the support of an active open source community and has a rich solution ecosystem around it. This can be extended further by adding Kafka Connect.
Apache Kafka is open source under the Apache 2.0 License and the project is governed by the Apache Software Foundation.
This provides customers with a clear roadmap and a community of no lock-in vendors, experts, and training providers for an enterprise-class software project.
Technologies like Apache Cassandra and Apache Kafka can be complex to manage efficiently and effectively. Instaclustr abstracts that complexity and helps us to stay focused on building our applications and services.
Ken Izumi, VP of Engineering, Paidy
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