Learn how to configure the extensions for Kafka Connect.

This section describes how to configure the Kafka Connect extension.


The Kafka Connect extension can be enabled/disabled via the configuration properties:

# Example
jikkou {
  extensions.provider.kafkaconnect.enabled = true


You can configure the properties to be used to connect the Kafka Connect cluster through the Jikkou client configuration property: jikkou.kafkaConnect.


jikkou {
  kafkaConnect {
    # Array of Kafka Connect clusters configurations.
    clusters = [
        # Name of the cluster (e.g., dev, staging, production, etc.)
        name = "locahost"
        # URL of the Kafka Connect service
        url = "http://localhost:8083"
        # Method to use for authenticating on Kafka Connect. Available values are: [none, basicauth, ssl]
        authMethod = none
        # Use when 'authMethod' is 'basicauth' to specify the username for Authorization Basic header
        basicAuthUser = null
        # Use when 'authMethod' is 'basicauth' to specify the password for Authorization Basic header
        basicAuthPassword = null
        # Enable debug logging
        debugLoggingEnabled = false
        # Ssl Config: Use when 'authMethod' is 'ssl'
        # The location of the key store file.
        sslKeyStoreLocation = "/certs/registry.keystore.jks"
        # The file format of the key store file.
        sslKeyStoreType = "JKS"
        # The password for the key store file.
        sslKeyStorePassword = "password"
        # The password of the private key in the key store file.
        sslKeyPassword = "password"
        # The location of the trust store file.
        sslTrustStoreLocation = "/certs/registry.truststore.jks"
        # The file format of the trust store file.
        sslTrustStoreType = "JKS"
        # The password for the trust store file.
        sslTrustStorePassword = "password"
        # Specifies whether to ignore the hostname verification.
        sslIgnoreHostnameVerification = true