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Similarity and difference between using Kafka and using Queue

 
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I have used  both Kafka and Queue and based on my understanding below is primary similarity and difference between these :

Similarity between using Kafka and Queue:

Both are used to decouple sender and receiver, thus making it asynchronous. Both have producer and consumer.

Difference between Kafka and Queue:

Kafka is to be used when high volume of data is to be ingested.
Queue gives FIFO feature which may be required in some cases.


Are these the primary similarity and difference between Kafka and a queue ?

Note: I did not know which is the right forum for the question so posted in messaging systems forum.

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