Not much you can do, right? Either buffer the Events in memory (for as much
memory as you have) or drop it.

IMHO if Kafka is a critical piece of your Infrastructure, it's hard to
solve the issue of what to do when it goes down. Instead, engineer your
system so your Producers and Kafka Brokers are reliable and redundant --
and well tested.

Philip

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