Distributed Message Service for Kafka
Distributed Message Service (DMS) for Kafka is a message queuing service based on the open-source Apache Kafka. It provides Kafka premium instances with isolated computing, storage, and bandwidth resources.
Kafka knowledge for users from beginner level to expert level
As popular message-oriented middleware, Kafka is widely used in enterprise data transmission, payment, telecommunications, e-commerce, social networking, instant messaging, videos, Internet of Things, and Internet of Vehicles.
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You can expand the storage space and bandwidth, and modify the security group for your instance as required. You can also view the monitoring data and audit logs in real time to keep track of the running status of your instance brokers, topics, and consumer groups.
O&M and Monitoring
Learn more about common issues and solutions.
How Do I Access and Use Kafka Manager?
Why Can't I View the Monitoring Data?
How Do I Delete Consumer Groups?
Why Is Partition Quantity Limited?
Is There a Limit on the Number of Topics in a Kafka Instance?
What Can I Do If Kafka Messages Are Accumulated?
What Is the ZooKeeper Version of a Kafka Instance?
Why Can't I Query Messages on the Console?
Why Can't I Select Two AZs?
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