Running Kafka in
can provide a number of benefits, including increased portability, ease of deployment, and isolation of resources.
To run Kafka in Docker, you will need to create a
image that contains the Kafka binary files and any necessary dependencies.
The Kafka image can be built using a
, which defines the steps required to build the image
To connect to Kafka from
the Docker container, you will need to expose the Kafka port using the
It is important to properly manage the
consumed by the Kafka container,
To get started, you can use
images available on Docker Hub that contain pre-built Kafka binaries and configurations
Running Kafka in Docker can be a useful way to quickly and easily deploy Kafka for development and testing purposes, but it may not be suitable for
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