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Regarding your architecture approach at the end of the question: First of all, we are talking about 500.000 invocations, i.e. one invocation every 0.1728 seconds on average. As far as I understood, Kafka shines in distribution of live streaming data. I think, if you need guaranteed delivery, you'd be better of with a "classic" message broker like ActiveMq. ...


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A potential solution is to use a database instead of the raw file system. With indexes built on your expected query patterns, you should see more reliable performance than just dealing with raw files. Since you're refactoring to this slowly, you may need to duplicate the storage mechanisms and grow it over time. That is, write your data to both the existing ...


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