Introduction to Apache Kafka
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Select the Kafka Streams joins that are always windowed joins.
A. KStream-KTable join
C. KStream-KStream join
D. KTable-KTable join
You are sending messages with keys to a topic. To increase throughput, you decide to increase the number of partitions of the topic. Select all that apply.
A. New records may get written to a different partition
B. All the existing records will get rebalanced among the partitions to balance the load
C. New records with the same key will get written to the partition where old records with that key were
D. Old records will stay in their partitions
To read data from a topic, the following configuration is needed for the consumers
A. the list of brokers that have the data, the topic name, and the partitions list
B. any broker, and the list of topic partitions
C. any broker to connect to, and the topic name