On Wed, 1 May 2019, 04:23 Tom Bentley, <tbentley@...
On Wed, Apr 10, 2019 at 4:47 PM alexis richardson <alexis@...> wrote:
Thanks. I would prioritise open governance over reducing your
committers, but up to you.
Fantastic news - congratulations.
Re quotas. Any multi-tenant system that holds data for any length of
time faces the question of how available resources may be allocated to
tenants. Typically a quota system is used. If your users are single
tenant, then you don't need this.
Kafka itself is not multi-tennant. Neither messages nor topics are owned authorised entities. So although it has different retention policies for messages, they're not associated with users or tenants. Rate limiting / quotas of connected clients are features of Kafka itself, rather than being something Strimzi adds. Therefore it might be hard
to separate it as a general concept.
Perhaps I misunderstood but isn't one goal of Strimzi to enable Kafka-aaS.