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Apache Pulsar Tutorial & Online Course

Updated February 2023

Two of our team members had a vision to make Apache Pulsar accessible to everyone through a free online course. 

Our team members who are experienced with building highly available Apache Pulsar messaging platforms put together this video series that leads learners through installing, configuring, and running Pulsar. 

The course provides a critical foundation for how Pulsar, BookKeeper, and ZooKeeper work together, and provides all of the tools necessary for learners to start running Pulsar on their own.

Pulsar Tutorial Curriculum

Below is a list of the major themes / topics covered in this beginners course.  The course also covers important subtopics such as security at rest and in transit for Pulsar, BookKeeper, and ZooKeeper; geo-replication; Pulsar functions; effectively once guarantees; and more.

  • Apache Pulsar theory and fundamentals
  • Apache BookKeeper theory and fundamentals
  • Installing and configuring Pulsar
  • Installing and configuring BookKeeper
  • Installing and configuring ZooKeeper
  • Running a real world example of Pulsar

Apache Pulsar Support Services

If you are interested in 24/7 support, consulting, and/or fully managed Pulsar services, you can find more information on our Apache Pulsar services page

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