Confluent Components & Their HTTP Ports It is very important to remember the ports of individual components of Confluent Platform. The following is the list of default ports for the respective components. It must be remembered that these ports can be overridden during deployment. More details can be found on this page on confluent.io where… Continue reading »
Kafka and Confluent logs in Log File During development and debugging, it is very useful to see traces for Kafka and confluent in log file to determine the issues. The traces are specially useful when we use DSL for Kafka Streams. Here is the logback configuration to use logback appenders for kafka and confluent logs.
Log4J Dependency with Kafka Many of the Kafka artifacts have Log4J dependencies. If you are using logback then your logging stops all of a sudden. Here is an example for one of our sample app. Here we have added such dependency and the App seems to have issues with multiple SL4J bindings. It has finally… Continue reading »
Overriding Default Serialization for Kafka Connect – Be Careful Serialization / Deserialization for Confluent platform can be sometimes tricky. There are certain defaults to the platform. As developers, it is our responsibility to understand the defaults and tweak the parts which are necessary. Even just a little mismatch can be sometimes very cumbersome and might… Continue reading »