Imagine you are running a Kafka cluster, and suddenly you need to perform maintenance on one of your Kafka clients or producers. What do you do? In this blog, we will explore how to stop and resume a Kafka client or producer at runtime using the Java client API.

Kafka has become an indispensable building block for streaming data pipelines due to its high throughput, fault tolerance, and scalability, which make it an excellent option for processing large volumes of data in real time. Additionally, it offers the significant advantage of supporting several programming languages, including Java, Python, Kotlin, Rust, and others.

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