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Security: Kafka System

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Dear Mr. Bill Bejeck,

Kafka streams are provided with advanced security model in TLS layers via SSL mechanism. So that kafka server/client connected through strong authentication using public-key cryptosystems, like certificates. It also
eliminates security code is written into application code. As a matter of fact, it reduced application developers for writing codes.

In terms of security, questions is about:
Does Kafka perform the similar as compared to Apache Spark in all aspects?

Thank you

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Hi Noorul,

That's a great question.  While I have experience working with Apache Spark, I don't have any experience working with securing an Apache Spark cluster, so I can't really answer that question.

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