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Extension Providers

Learn how to use Jikkou Extension Provider to provision and manage configuration assets on your data infrastructure.

The section helps you learn more about the built-in Extension Providers for Jikkou.

1 - Core

The core Extensions for Jikkou

Here, you will find information to use the Core extensions.

More information:

1.1 - Resources

Here, you will find the list of core resources supported for Jikkou.

Core Resources

More information:

1.1.1 - ConfigMap

Learn how to use ConfigMap objects.

You can use a ConfigMap to define reusable data in the form of key/value pairs that can then be referenced and used by other resources.

Specification

---
apiVersion: "core.jikkou.io/v1beta2"
kind: ConfigMap
metadata:
  name: '<CONFIG-MAP-NAME>'   # Name of the ConfigMap (required)
data:                         # Map of key-value pairs (required)
  <KEY_1>: "<VALUE_1>" 

Example

For example, the below ConfigMap show how to define default config properties namedcKafkaTopicConfig that can then reference and used to define multiple KafkaTopic. resources.

---
apiVersion: "core.jikkou.io/v1beta2"
kind: ConfigMap
metadata:
name: 'KafkaTopicConfig'
data:
  cleanup.policy: 'delete'
  min.insync.replicas: 2
  retention.ms: 86400000 # (1 day)

2 - Apache Kafka

Lean how to use the Jikkou Extension Provider for Apache Kafka.

Here, you will find information to use the Apache Kafka extensions.

More information:

2.1 - Configuration

Learn how to configure the extensions for Apache Kafka.

Here, you will find the list of resources supported for Apache Kafka.

Configuration

The Apache Kafka extension is built on top of the Kafka Admin Client. You can configure the properties to be passed to kafka client through the Jikkou client configuration property jikkou.kafka.client.

Example:

jikkou {
  kafka {
    client {
      bootstrap.servers = "localhost:9092"
      security.protocol = "SSL"
      ssl.keystore.location = "/tmp/client.keystore.p12"
      ssl.keystore.password = "password"
      ssl.keystore.type = "PKCS12"
      ssl.truststore.location = "/tmp/client.truststore.jks"
      ssl.truststore.password = "password"
      ssl.key.password = "password"
    }
  }
}

In addition, the extension support configuration settings to wait for at least a minimal number of brokers before processing.

jikkou {
  kafka {
    brokers {
      # If 'True' 
      waitForEnabled = true
      waitForEnabled = ${?JIKKOU_KAFKA_BROKERS_WAIT_FOR_ENABLED}
      # The minimal number of brokers that should be alive for the CLI stops waiting.
      waitForMinAvailable = 1
      waitForMinAvailable = ${?JIKKOU_KAFKA_BROKERS_WAIT_FOR_MIN_AVAILABLE}
      # The amount of time to wait before verifying that brokers are available.
      waitForRetryBackoffMs = 1000
      waitForRetryBackoffMs = ${?JIKKOU_KAFKA_BROKERS_WAIT_FOR_RETRY_BACKOFF_MS}
      # Wait until brokers are available or this timeout is reached.
      waitForTimeoutMs = 60000
      waitForTimeoutMs = ${?JIKKOU_KAFKA_BROKERS_WAIT_FOR_TIMEOUT_MS}
    }
  }
}

2.2 - Resources

Learn how to use the built-in resources provided by the Extension Provider for Apache Kafka.

Here, you will find the list of resources supported for Apache Kafka.

Apache Kafka Resources

More information:

2.2.1 - Kafka Brokers

Learn how to manage Kafka Brokers.

This section describes the resource definition format for kafkabrokers entities, which can be used to define the brokers you plan to manage on a specific Kafka cluster.

Listing KafkaBroker

You can retrieve the state of Kafka Consumer Groups using the jikkou get kafkabrokers (or jikkou get kb) command.

Usage

Usage:

Get all 'KafkaBroker' resources.

jikkou get kafkabrokers [-hV] [--default-configs] [--dynamic-broker-configs]
                        [--list] [--static-broker-configs]
                        [--logger-level=<level>] [-o=<format>]
                        [-s=<expressions>]...

DESCRIPTION:

Use jikkou get kafkabrokers when you want to describe the state of all
resources of type 'KafkaBroker'.

OPTIONS:

      --default-configs   Describe built-in default configuration for configs
                            that have a default value.
      --dynamic-broker-configs
                          Describe dynamic configs that are configured as
                            default for all brokers or for specific broker in
                            the cluster.
  -h, --help              Show this help message and exit.
      --list              Get resources as ResourceListObject.
      --logger-level=<level>
                          Specify the log level verbosity to be used while
                            running a command.
                          Valid level values are: TRACE, DEBUG, INFO, WARN,
                            ERROR.
                          For example, `--logger-level=INFO`
  -o, --output=<format>   Prints the output in the specified format. Allowed
                            values: json, yaml (default yaml).
  -s, --selector=<expressions>
                          The selector expression used for including or
                            excluding resources.
      --static-broker-configs
                          Describe static configs provided as broker properties
                            at start up (e.g. server.properties file).
  -V, --version           Print version information and exit.

(The output from your current Jikkou version may be different from the above example.)

Examples

(command)

$ jikkou get kafkabrokers --static-broker-configs

(output)

---
apiVersion: "kafka.jikkou.io/v1beta2"
kind: "KafkaBroker"
metadata:
  name: "101"
  labels: {}
  annotations:
    kafka.jikkou.io/cluster-id: "xtzWWN4bTjitpL3kfd9s5g"
spec:
  id: "101"
  host: "localhost"
  port: 9092
  configs:
    advertised.listeners: "PLAINTEXT://kafka:29092,PLAINTEXT_HOST://localhost:9092"
    authorizer.class.name: "org.apache.kafka.metadata.authorizer.StandardAuthorizer"
    broker.id: "101"
    controller.listener.names: "CONTROLLER"
    controller.quorum.voters: "101@kafka:29093"
    inter.broker.listener.name: "PLAINTEXT"
    listener.security.protocol.map: "CONTROLLER:PLAINTEXT,PLAINTEXT:PLAINTEXT,PLAINTEXT_HOST:PLAINTEXT"
    listeners: "PLAINTEXT://kafka:29092,PLAINTEXT_HOST://0.0.0.0:9092,CONTROLLER://kafka:29093"
    log.dirs: "/var/lib/kafka/data"
    node.id: "101"
    offsets.topic.replication.factor: "1"
    process.roles: "broker,controller"
    transaction.state.log.replication.factor: "1"
    zookeeper.connect: ""

2.2.2 - Kafka Consumer Groups

Learn how to manage Kafka Consumer Groups.

This section describes the resource definition format for KafkaConsumerGroup entities, which can be used to define the consumer groups you plan to manage on a specific Kafka cluster.

Listing KafkaConsumerGroup

You can retrieve the state of Kafka Consumer Groups using the jikkou get kafkaconsumergroups (or jikkou get kcg) command.

Usage

$ jikkou get kafkaconsumergroups --help

Usage:

Get all 'KafkaConsumerGroup' resources.

jikkou get kafkaconsumergroups [-hV] [--list] [--offsets]
                               [--logger-level=<level>] [-o=<format>]
                               [--in-states=PARAM]... [-s=<expressions>]...

DESCRIPTION:

Use jikkou get kafkaconsumergroups when you want to describe the state of all
resources of type 'KafkaConsumerGroup'.

OPTIONS:

  -h, --help              Show this help message and exit.
      --in-states=PARAM   If states is set, only groups in these states will be
                            returned. Otherwise, all groups are returned. This
                            operation is supported by brokers with version
                            2.6.0 or later
      --list              Get resources as ResourceListObject.
      --logger-level=<level>
                          Specify the log level verbosity to be used while
                            running a command.
                          Valid level values are: TRACE, DEBUG, INFO, WARN,
                            ERROR.
                          For example, `--logger-level=INFO
  -o, --output=<format>   Prints the output in the specified format. Allowed
                            values: json, yaml (default yaml).
      --offsets           Specify whether consumer group offsets should be
                            described.
  -s, --selector=<expressions>
                          The selector expression used for including or
                            excluding resources.
  -V, --version           Print version information and exit

(The output from your current Jikkou version may be different from the above example.)

Examples

(command)

$ jikkou get kafkaconsumergroups --in-states STABLE --offsets

(output)

---
apiVersion: "kafka.jikkou.io/v1beta1"
kind: "KafkaConsumerGroup"
metadata:
  name: "my-group"
  labels:
    kafka.jikkou.io/is-simple-consumer: false
status:
  state: "STABLE"
  members:
    - memberId: "console-consumer-b103994e-bcd5-4236-9d03-97065057e594"
      clientId: "console-consumer"
      host: "/127.0.0.1"
      assignments:
        - "my-topic-0"
      offsets:
        - topic: "my-topic"
          partition: 0
          offset: 0
  coordinator:
    id: "101"
    host: "localhost"
    port: 9092

2.2.3 - Kafka Topics

Learn how to manage Kafka Topics.

KafkaTopic resources are used to define the topics you want to manage on your Kafka Cluster(s). A KafkaTopic resource defines the number of partitions, the replication factor, and the configuration properties to be associated to a topics.

KafkaTopic

Specification

Here is the resource definition file for defining a KafkaTopic.

apiVersion: "kafka.jikkou.io/v1beta2"  # The api version (required)
kind: "KafkaTopic"                     # The resource kind (required)
metadata:
  name: <The name of the topic>        # (required)
  labels: { }
  annotations: { }
spec:
  partitions: <Number of partitions>   # (optional)
  replicas: <Number of replicas>       # (optional)
  configs:
    <config_key>: <Config Value>       # The topic config properties keyed by name to override (optional)
  configMapRefs: [ ]                   # The list of ConfigMap to be applied to this topic (optional)

The metadata.name property is mandatory and specifies the name of the kafka topic.

To use the cluster default values for the number of partitions and replicas you can set the property spec.partitions and spec.replicas to -1.

Example

Here is a simple example that shows how to define a single YAML file containing two topic definition using the KafkaTopic resource type.

file: kafka-topics.yaml

---
apiVersion: "kafka.jikkou.io/v1beta2"
kind: KafkaTopic
metadata:
  name: 'my-topic-p1-r1'  # Name of the topic
  labels:
    environment: example
spec:
  partitions: 1           # Number of topic partitions (use -1 to use cluster default)
  replicas: 1             # Replication factor per partition (use -1 to use cluster default)
  configs:
    min.insync.replicas: 1
    cleanup.policy: 'delete'
---
apiVersion: "kafka.jikkou.io/v1beta2"
kind: KafkaTopic
metadata:
  name: 'my-topic-p2-r1'   # Name of the topic 
  labels:
    environment: example
spec:
  partitions: 2             # Number of topic partitions (use -1 to use cluster default)
  replicas: 1               # Replication factor per partition (use -1 to use cluster default)
  configs:
    min.insync.replicas: 1
    cleanup.policy: 'delete'

See official Apache Kafka documentation for details about the topic-level configs.

KafkaTopicList

If you need to define multiple topics (e.g. using a template), it may be easier to use a KafkaTopicList resource.

Specification

Here the resource definition file for defining a KafkaTopicList.

apiVersion: "kafka.jikkou.io/v1beta2"  # The api version (required)
kind: "KafkaTopicList"                 # The resource kind (required)
metadata: # (optional)
  labels: { }
  annotations: { }
items: [ ]                             # An array of KafkaTopic

Example

Here is a simple example that shows how to define a single YAML file containing two topic definitions using the KafkaTopicList resource type. In addition, the example uses a ConfigMap object to define the topic configuration only once.

file: kafka-topics.yaml

---
apiVersion: "kafka.jikkou.io/v1beta2"
kind: KafkaTopicList
metadata:
  labels:
    environment: example
items:
  - metadata:
      name: 'my-topic-p1-r1'
    spec:
      partitions: 1
      replicas: 1
      configMapRefs: [ "TopicConfig" ]

  - metadata:
      name: 'my-topic-p2-r1'
    spec:
      partitions: 2
      replicas: 1
      configMapRefs: [ "TopicConfig" ]
---
apiVersion: "core.jikkou.io/v1beta2"
kind: ConfigMap
metadata:
  name: 'TopicConfig'
data:
  min.insync.replicas: 1
  cleanup.policy: 'delete'

2.2.4 - Kafka Authorizations

Learn how to manage Kafka Authorizations and ACLs.

KafkaPrincipalAuthorization resources are used to define Access Control Lists (ACLs) for principals authenticated to your Kafka Cluster.

Jikkou can be used to describe all ACL policies that need to be created on Kafka Cluster

KafkaPrincipalAuthorization

Specification

---
apiVersion: "kafka.jikkou.io/v1beta2"
kind: "KafkaPrincipalAuthorization"
metadata:
  name: "User:Alice"
spec:
  roles: [ ]                     # List of roles to be added to the principal (optional)
  acls:                          # List of KafkaPrincipalACL (required)
    - resource:
        type: <The type of the resource>                            #  (required)
        pattern: <The pattern to be used for matching resources>    #  (required) 
        patternType: <The pattern type>                             #  (required) 
      type: <The type of this ACL>     # ALLOW or DENY (required) 
      operations: [ ]                  # Operation that will be allowed or denied (required) 
      host: <HOST>                     # IP address from which principal will have access or will be denied (optional)

For more information on how to define authorization and ACLs, see the official Apache Kafka documentation: Security

Operations

The list below describes the valid values for the spec.acls.[].operations property :

  • READ
  • WRITE
  • CERATE
  • DELETE
  • ALTER
  • DESCRIBE
  • CLUSTER_ACTION
  • DESCRIBE_CONFIGS
  • ALTER_CONFIGS
  • IDEMPOTENT_WRITE
  • CREATE_TOKEN
  • DESCRIBE_TOKENS
  • ALL

For more information see official Apache Kafka documentation: Operations in Kafka

Resource Types

The list below describes the valid values for the spec.acls.[].resource.type property :

  • TOPIC
  • GROUP
  • CLUSTER
  • USER
  • TRANSACTIONAL_ID

For more information see official Apache Kafka documentation: Resources in Kafka

Pattern Types

The list below describes the valid values for the spec.acls.[].resource.patternType property :

  • LITERAL: Use to allow or denied a principal to have access to a specific resource name.
  • MATCH: Use to allow or denied a principal to have access to all resources matching the given regex.
  • PREFIXED: Use to allow or denied a principal to have access to all resources having the given prefix.

Example

---
apiVersion: "kafka.jikkou.io/v1beta2"    # The api version (required)
kind: "KafkaPrincipalAuthorization"      # The resource kind (required)
metadata:
  name: "User:Alice"
spec:
  acls:
    - resource:
        type: 'topic'
        pattern: 'my-topic-'
        patternType: 'PREFIXED'
      type: "ALLOW"
      operations: [ 'READ', 'WRITE' ]
      host: "*"
    - resource:
        type: 'topic'
        pattern: 'my-other-topic-.*'
        patternType: 'MATCH'
      type: 'ALLOW'
      operations: [ 'READ' ]
      host: "*"
---
apiVersion: "kafka.jikkou.io/v1beta2"
kind: "KafkaPrincipalAuthorization"
metadata:
  name: "User:Bob"
spec:
  acls:
    - resource:
        type: 'topic'
        pattern: 'my-topic-'
        patternType: 'PREFIXED'
      type: 'ALLOW'
      operations: [ 'READ', 'WRITE' ]
      host: "*"

KafkaPrincipalRole

Specification

apiVersion: "kafka.jikkou.io/v1beta2"    # The api version (required)
kind: "KafkaPrincipalRole"               # The resource kind (required)
metadata:
  name: <Name of role>                   # The name of the role (required)  
spec:
acls: [ ]                                # A list of KafkaPrincipalACL (required)

Example

---
apiVersion: "kafka.jikkou.io/v1beta2"
kind: "KafkaPrincipalRole"
metadata:
  name: "KafkaTopicPublicRead"
spec:
  acls:
    - type: "ALLOW"
      operations: [ 'READ' ]
      resource:
        type: 'topic'
        pattern: '/public-([.-])*/'
        patternType: 'MATCH'
      host: "*"
---
apiVersion: "kafka.jikkou.io/v1beta2"
kind: "KafkaPrincipalRole"
metadata:
  name: "KafkaTopicPublicWrite"
spec:
  acls:
    - type: "ALLOW"
      operations: [ 'WRITE' ]
      resource:
        type: 'topic'
        pattern: '/public-([.-])*/'
        patternType: 'MATCH'
      host: "*"
---

apiVersion: "kafka.jikkou.io/v1beta2"
kind: "KafkaPrincipalAuthorization"
metadata:
  name: "User:Alice"
spec:
  roles:
    - "KafkaTopicPublicRead"
    - "KafkaTopicPublicWrite"
---
apiVersion: "kafka.jikkou.io/v1beta2"
kind: "KafkaPrincipalAuthorization"
metadata:
  name: "User:Bob"
spec:
  roles:
    - "KafkaTopicPublicRead"

2.2.5 - Kafka Quotas

Learn how to manage Kafka Client Quotas

KafkaClientQuota resources are used to define the quota limits to be applied on Kafka consumers and producers. A KafkaClientQuota resource can be used to apply limit to consumers and/or producers identified by a client-id or a user principal.

KafkaClientQuota

Specification

Here is the resource definition file for defining a KafkaClientQuota.

apiVersion: "kafka.jikkou.io/v1beta2" # The api version (required)
kind: "KafkaClientQuota"              # The resource kind (required)
metadata: # (optional)
  labels: { }
  annotations: { }
spec:
  type: <The quota type> # (required)       
  entity:
    clientId: <The id of the client>    # (required depending on the quota type).
    user: <The principal of the user>   # (required depending on the quota type).
  configs:
    requestPercentage: <The quota in percentage (%) of total requests>      # (optional)
    producerByteRate: <The quota in bytes for restricting data production>  # (optional)
    consumerByteRate: <The quota in bytes for restricting data consumption> # (optional)

Quota Types

The list below describes the supported quota types:

  • USERS_DEFAULT: Set default quotas for all users.
  • USER: Set quotas for a specific user principal.
  • USER_CLIENT: Set quotas for a specific user principal and a specific client-id.
  • USER_ALL_CLIENTS: Set default quotas for a specific user and all clients.
  • CLIENT: Set default quotas for a specific client.
  • CLIENTS_DEFAULT: Set default quotas for all clients.

Example

Here is a simple example that shows how to define a single YAML file containing two quota definitions using the KafkaClientQuota resource type.

file: kafka-quotas.yaml

---
apiVersion: 'kafka.jikkou.io/v1beta2'
kind: 'KafkaClientQuota'
metadata:
  labels: { }
  annotations: { }
spec:
  type: 'CLIENT'
  entity:
    clientId: 'my-client'
  configs:
    requestPercentage: 10
    producerByteRate: 1024
    consumerByteRate: 1024
---
apiVersion: 'kafka.jikkou.io/v1beta2'
kind: 'KafkaClientQuota'
metadata:
  labels: { }
  annotations: { }
spec:
  type: 'USER'
  entity:
    user: 'my-user'
  configs:
    requestPercentage: 10
    producerByteRate: 1024
    consumerByteRate: 1024

KafkaClientQuotaList

If you need to define multiple topics (e.g. using a template), it may be easier to use a KafkaClientQuotaList resource.

Specification

Here the resource definition file for defining a KafkaTopicList.

apiVersion: "kafka.jikkou.io/v1beta2"  # The api version (required)
kind: "KafkaClientQuotaList"           # The resource kind (required)
metadata: # (optional)
  name: <The name of the topic>
  labels: { }
  annotations: { }
items: [ ]                              # An array of KafkaClientQuota

Example

Here is a simple example that shows how to define a single YAML file containing two KafkaClientQuota definition using the KafkaClientQuotaList resource type.

apiVersion: 'kafka.jikkou.io/v1beta2'
kind: 'KafkaClientQuotaList'
metadata:
  labels: { }
  annotations: { }
items:
  - spec:
    type: 'CLIENT'
    entity:
      clientId: 'my-client'
    configs:
      requestPercentage: 10
      producerByteRate: 1024
      consumerByteRate: 1024

  - spec:
      type: 'USER'
      entity:
        user: 'my-user'
      configs:
        requestPercentage: 10
        producerByteRate: 1024
        consumerByteRate: 1024

2.2.6 - Kafka Table Records

Learn how to manage a KTable Topic Records

A KafkaTableRecord resource can be used to produce a key/value record into a given compacted topic, i.e., a topic with cleanup.policy=compact (a.k.a. KTable).

KafkaTableRecord

Specification

Here is the resource definition file for defining a KafkaTableRecord.

apiVersion: "kafka.jikkou.io/v1beta1" # The api version (required)
kind: "KafkaTableRecord"              # The resource kind (required)
metadata:
  labels: { }
  annotations: { }
spec:
  type: <string>      # The topic name (required)        
  headers: # The list of headers
    - name: <string>
      value: <string>
  key: # The record-key (required)
    type: <string>                   # The record-key type. Must be one of: BINARY, STRING, JSON (required)
    data: # The record-key in JSON serialized form.
      $ref: <url or path>            # Or an url to a local file containing the JSON string value.
  value: # The record-value (required)
    type: <string>                   # The record-value type. Must be one of: BINARY, STRING, JSON (required)
    data: # The record-value in JSON serialized form.
      $ref: <url or path>            # Or an url to a local file containing the JSON string value.

Usage

The KafkaTableRecord resource has been designed primarily to manage reference data published and shared via Kafka. Therefore, it is highly recommended to use this resource only with compacted Kafka topics containing a small amount of data.

Examples

Here are some examples that show how to a KafkaTableRecord using the different supported data type.

STRING:

---
apiVersion: "kafka.jikkou.io/v1beta1"
kind: "KafkaTableRecord"
spec:
  topic: "my-topic"
  headers:
    - name: "content-type"
      value: "application/text"
  key:
    type: STRING
    data: |
      "bar"      
  value:
    type: STRING
    data: |
      "foo"      

JSON:

---
apiVersion: "kafka.jikkou.io/v1beta1"
kind: "KafkaTableRecord"
spec:
  topic: "my-topic"
  headers:
    - name: "content-type"
      value: "application/text"
  key:
    type: STRING
    data: |
      "bar"      
  value:
    type: JSON
    data: |
      {
        "foo": "bar"
      }      

BINARY:

---
apiVersion: "kafka.jikkou.io/v1beta1"
kind: "KafkaTableRecord"
spec:
  topic: "my-topic"
  headers:
    - name: "content-type"
      value: "application/text"
  key:
    type: STRING
    data: |
      "bar"      
  value:
    type: BINARY
    data: |
      "eyJmb28iOiAiYmFyIn0K"      

2.3 - Transformations

Learn how to use the built-in transformation provided by the Extension Provider for Apache Kafka.

Here, you will find information to use the built-in transformations for Apache Kafka resources.

More information:

2.3.1 - KafkaTopicMaxNumPartitions

This transformation can be used to enforce a maximum value for the number of partitions of kafka topics.

Configuration

NameTypeDescriptionDefault
maxNumPartitionsIntmaximum value for the number of partitions to be used for Kafka Topics

Example

jikkou {
  transformations: [
    {
      type = io.streamthoughts.jikkou.kafka.transform.KafkaTopicMaxNumPartitions
      priority = 100
      config = {
        maxNumPartitions = 50
      }
    }
  ]
}

2.3.2 - KafkaTopicMaxRetentionMs

This transformation can be used to enforce a maximum value for the retention.ms property of kafka topics.

Configuration

NameTypeDescriptionDefault
maxRetentionMsIntMinimum value of retention.ms to be used for Kafka Topics

Example

jikkou {
  transformations: [
    {
      type = io.streamthoughts.jikkou.kafka.transform.KafkaTopicMinRetentionMsTransformation
      priority = 100
      config = {
        maxRetentionMs = 2592000000 # 30 days
      }
    }
  ]
}

2.3.3 - KafkaTopicMinInSyncReplicas

This transformation can be used to enforce a minimum value for the min.insync.replicas property of kafka topics.

Configuration

NameTypeDescriptionDefault
minInSyncReplicasIntMinimum value of min.insync.replicas to be used for Kafka Topics

Example

jikkou {
  transformations: [
    {
      type = io.streamthoughts.jikkou.kafka.transform.KafkaTopicMinInSyncReplicasTransformation
      priority = 100
      config = {
        minInSyncReplicas = 2
      }
    }
  ]
}

2.3.4 - KafkaTopicMinReplicas

This transformation can be used to enforce a minimum value for the replication factor of kafka topics.

Configuration

NameTypeDescriptionDefault
minReplicationFactorIntMinimum value of replication factor to be used for Kafka Topics

Example

jikkou {
  transformations: [
    {
      type = io.streamthoughts.jikkou.kafka.transform.KafkaTopicMinReplicasTransformation
      priority = 100
      config = {
        minReplicationFactor = 3
      }
    }
  ]
}

2.3.5 - KafkaTopicMinRetentionMs

This transformation can be used to enforce a minimum value for the retention.ms property of kafka topics.

Configuration

NameTypeDescriptionDefault
minRetentionMsIntMinimum value of retention.ms to be used for Kafka Topics

Example

jikkou {
  transformations: [
    {
      type = io.streamthoughts.jikkou.kafka.transform.KafkaTopicMinRetentionMsTransformation
      priority = 100
      config = {
        minRetentionMs = 604800000 # 7 days
      }
    }
  ]
}

2.4 - Validations

Learn how to use the built-in validations provided by the Extension Provider for Apache Kafka.

Jikkou ships with the following built-in validations:

Topics

NoDuplicateTopicsAllowedValidation

(auto registered)

TopicConfigKeysValidation

(auto registered)

type = io.streamthoughts.jikkou.kafka.validation.TopicConfigKeysValidation

The TopicConfigKeysValidation allows checking if the specified topic configs are all valid.

TopicMinNumPartitions

type = io.streamthoughts.jikkou.kafka.validation.TopicMinNumPartitionsValidation

The TopicMinNumPartitions allows checking if the specified number of partitions for a topic is not less than the minimum required.

Configuration

NameTypeDescriptionDefault
topicMinNumPartitionsIntMinimum number of partitions allowed

TopicMaxNumPartitions

type = io.streamthoughts.jikkou.kafka.validation.TopicMaxNumPartitions

The TopicMaxNumPartitions allows checking if the number of partitions for a topic is not greater than the maximum configured.

Configuration

NameTypeDescriptionDefault
topicMaxNumPartitionsIntMaximum number of partitions allowed

TopicMinReplicationFactor

type = io.streamthoughts.jikkou.kafka.validation.TopicMinReplicationFactor

The TopicMinReplicationFactor allows checking if the specified replication factor for a topic is not less than the minimum required.

Configuration

NameTypeDescriptionDefault
topicMinReplicationFactorIntMinimum replication factor allowed

TopicMaxReplicationFactor

type = io.streamthoughts.jikkou.kafka.validation.TopicMaxReplicationFactor

The TopicMaxReplicationFactor allows checking if the specified replication factor for a topic is not greater than the maximum configured.

Configuration

NameTypeDescriptionDefault
topicMaxReplicationFactorIntMaximum replication factor allowed

TopicNamePrefix

type = io.streamthoughts.jikkou.kafka.validation.TopicNamePrefix

The TopicNamePrefix allows checking if the specified name for a topic starts with one of the configured suffixes.

Configuration

NameTypeDescriptionDefault
topicNamePrefixesListList of topic name prefixes allows

TopicNameSuffix

type = io.streamthoughts.jikkou.kafka.validation.TopicNameSuffix

The TopicNameSuffix allows checking if the specified name for a topic ends with one of the configured suffixes.

Configuration

NameTypeDescriptionDefault
topicNameSuffixesListList of topic name suffixes allows

ACLs

NoDuplicateUsersAllowedValidation

(auto registered)

NoDuplicateRolesAllowedValidation

(auto registered)

Quotas

QuotasEntityValidation

(auto registered)

2.5 - Annotations

Learn how to use the metadata annotations provided by the extensions for Apache Kafka.

Here, you will find information about the annotations provided the Apache Kafka extension for Jikkou.

List of built-in annotations

kafka.jikkou.io/cluster-id

Used by jikkou.

The annotation is automatically added by Jikkou to a describe object part of an Apache Kafka cluster.

2.6 - Actions

Learn how to use the actions provided by the Extension Provider for Apache Kafka.

Here, you will find the list of actions provided by the Extension Provider for Apache Kafka.

Apache Kafka Action

More information:

2.6.1 - KafkaConsumerGroupsResetOffsets

Learn how to use the KafkaConsumerGroupsResetOffsets action.

The KafkaConsumerGroupsResetOffsets action allows resetting offsets of consumer group. It supports one consumer group at the time, and group should be in EMPTY state.

Usage (CLI)

Usage:

Execute the action.

jikkou action KafkaConsumerGroupsResetOffsets execute [-hV] [--dry-run]
[--to-earliest] [--to-latest] --group=PARAM [--logger-level=<level>]
[-o=<format>] [--to-datetime=PARAM] [--to-offset=PARAM] --topic=PARAM
[--topic=PARAM]...

DESCRIPTION:

Reset offsets of consumer group. Supports one consumer group at the time, and
group should be in EMPTY state.
You must choose one of the following reset specifications: to-datetime,
by-duration, to-earliest, to-latest, to-offset.


OPTIONS:

      --dry-run             Only show results without executing changes on
                              Consumer Groups.
      --group=PARAM         The consumer group to act on.
  -h, --help                Show this help message and exit.
      --logger-level=<level>
                            Specify the log level verbosity to be used while
                              running a command.
                            Valid level values are: TRACE, DEBUG, INFO, WARN,
                              ERROR.
                            For example, `--logger-level=INFO`
  -o, --output=<format>     Prints the output in the specified format. Allowed
                              values: JSON, YAML (default YAML).
      --to-datetime=PARAM   Reset offsets to offset from datetime. Format:
                              'YYYY-MM-DDTHH:mm:SS.sss'
      --to-earliest         Reset offsets to earliest offset.
      --to-latest           Reset offsets to latest offset.
      --to-offset=PARAM     Reset offsets to a specific offset.
      --topic=PARAM         The topic whose partitions must be included in the
                              reset-offset action.
  -V, --version             Print version information and exit.

Examples

Reset Consumer Group to the earliest offsets

jikkou action kafkaconsumergroupresetoffsets execute \
--group my-group \
--topic test \
--to-earliest

(output)

---
kind: "ApiActionResultSet"
apiVersion: "core.jikkou.io/v1"
metadata:
  labels: {}
  annotations:
    configs.jikkou.io/to-earliest: "true"
    configs.jikkou.io/group: "my-group"
    configs.jikkou.io/dry-run: "false"
    configs.jikkou.io/topic: 
        - "test"
results:
- status: "SUCCEEDED"
  errors: []
  data:
    apiVersion: "kafka.jikkou.io/v1beta1"
    kind: "KafkaConsumerGroup"
    metadata:
      name: "my-group"
      labels:
        kafka.jikkou.io/is-simple-consumer: false
      annotations: {}
    status:
      state: "EMPTY"
      members: []
      offsets:
      - topic: "test"
        partition: 1
        offset: 0
      - topic: "test"
        partition: 0
        offset: 0
      - topic: "test"
        partition: 2
        offset: 0
      - topic: "--test"
        partition: 0
        offset: 0
      coordinator:
        id: "101"
        host: "localhost"
        port: 9092

2.7 - Compatibility

Compatibility for Apache Kafka.

The Apache Kafka extension for Jikkou utilizes the Kafka Admin Client which is compatible with any Kafka infrastructure, such as :

  • Aiven
  • Apache Kafka
  • Confluent Cloud
  • MSK
  • Redpanda
  • etc.

In addition, Kafka Protocol has a “bidirectional” client compatibility policy. In other words, new clients can talk to old servers, and old clients can talk to new servers.

3 - Apache Kafka Connect

Lean how to use the Jikkou Extension Provider for Apache Kafka Connect.

Here, you will find information to use the Kafka Connect extension for Jikkou.

More information:

3.1 - Configuration

Learn how to configure the extensions for Kafka Connect.

This section describes how to configure the Kafka Connect extension.

Extension

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

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

Configuration

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

Example:

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
      }
    ]
  }
}

3.2 - Resources

Learn how to use the resources provided by the Kafka Connect extension.

Here, you will find the list of resources supported by the Kafka Connect Extension.

Kafka Connect Resources

More information:

3.2.1 - KafkaConnectors

Learn how to manage Kafka Connectors.

This section describes the resource definition format for KafkaConnector entities, which can be used to define the configuration and status of connectors you plan to create and manage on specific Kafka Connect clusters.

Definition Format of KafkaConnector

Below is the overall structure of the KafkaConnector resource.

---
apiVersion: "kafka.jikkou.io/v1beta1"  # The api version (required)
kind: "KafkaConnector"                 # The resource kind (required)
metadata:
  name: <string>                       # The name of the connector (required)
  labels:
    # Name of the Kafka Connect cluster to create the connector instance in (required).
    kafka.jikkou.io/connect-cluster: <string>
  annotations:
    # Override client properties to connect to Kafka Connect cluster (optional).
    jikkou.io/config-override: | 
      <json>
spec:
  connectorClass: <string>            # Name or alias of the class for this connector.
  tasksMax: <integer>                 # The maximum number of tasks for the Kafka Connector.
  config:                             # Configuration properties of the connector.
    <key>: <value>
  state: <string>                     # The state the connector should be in. Defaults to running.

See below for details about all these fields.

Metadata

metadata.name [required]

The name of the connector.

labels.kafka.jikkou.io/connect-cluster [required]

The name of the Kafka Connect cluster to create the connector instance in. The cluster name must be configured through the kafkaConnect.clusters[] Jikkou’s configuration setting (see: Configuration).

jikkou.io/config-override: [optional]

The JSON client configurations to override for connecting to the Kafka Connect cluster. The configuration properties passed through this annotation override any cluster properties defined in the Jikkou’s configuration setting (see: Configuration).

apiVersion: "kafka.jikkou.io/v1beta1"
kind: "KafkaConnector"
metadata:
  name: "my-connector"
  labels:
    kafka.jikkou.io/connect-cluster: "my-connect-cluster"
  annotations:
    jikkou.io/config-override: |
      { "url": "http://localhost:8083" }      

Specification

spec.connectorClass [required]

The name or alias of the class for this connector.

spec.tasksMax [optional]

The maximum number of tasks for the Kafka Connector. Default is 1.

spec.config [required]

The connector’s configuration properties.

spec.state [optional]

The state the connector should be in. Defaults to running.

Below are the valid values:

  • running: Transition the connector and its tasks to RUNNING state.
  • paused: Pause the connector and its tasks, which stops message processing until the connector is resumed.
  • stopped: Completely shut down the connector and its tasks. The connector config remains present in the config topic of the cluster (if running in distributed mode), unmodified.

Examples

The following is an example of a resource describing a Kafka connector:

---
# Example: file: kafka-connector-filestream-sink.yaml
apiVersion: "kafka.jikkou.io/v1beta1"
kind: "KafkaConnector"
metadata:
  name: "local-file-sink"
  labels:
    kafka.jikkou.io/connect-cluster: "my-connect-cluster"
spec:
  connectorClass: "FileStreamSink"
  tasksMax: 1
  config:
    file: "/tmp/test.sink.txt"
    topics: "connect-test"
  state: "RUNNING"

Listing KafkaConnector

You can retrieve the state of Kafka Connector instances running on your Kafka Connect clusters using the jikkou get kafkaconnectors (or jikkou get kc) command.

Usage

$jikkou get kc --help

Usage:

Get all 'KafkaConnector' resources.

jikkou get kafkaconnectors [-hV] [--expand-status] [-o=<format>]
                           [-s=<expressions>]...

Description:

Use jikkou get kafkaconnectors when you want to describe the state of all
resources of type 'KafkaConnector'.

Options:

      --expand-status     Retrieves additional information about the status of
                            the connector and its tasks.
  -h, --help              Show this help message and exit.
  -o, --output=<format>   Prints the output in the specified format. Allowed
                            values: json, yaml (default yaml).
  -s, --selector=<expressions>
                          The selector expression use for including or
                            excluding resources.
  -V, --version           Print version information and exit.

(The output from your current Jikkou version may be different from the above example.)

Examples

(command)

$ jikkou get kc --expand-status 

(output)

apiVersion: "kafka.jikkou.io/v1beta1"
kind: "KafkaConnector"
metadata:
  name: "local-file-sink"
  labels:
    kafka.jikkou.io/connect-cluster: "localhost"
spec:
  connectorClass: "FileStreamSink"
  tasksMax: 1
  config:
    file: "/tmp/test.sink.txt"
    topics: "connect-test"
  state: "RUNNING"
status:
  connectorStatus:
    name: "local-file-sink"
    connector:
      state: "RUNNING"
      worker_id: "localhost:8083"
    tasks:
      id: 1
      state: "RUNNING"
      worker_id: "localhost:8083"

The status.connectorStatus provides the connector status, as reported by the Kafka Connect REST API.

3.3 - Validations

Learn how to use the validations provided by the Kafka Connect extension.

Jikkou ships with the following built-in validations:

3.4 - Annotations

Learn how to use the metadata annotations provided by the Kafka Connect extension.

This section lists a number of well known annotations, that have defined semantics. They can be attached to KafkaConnect resources through the metadata.annotations field and consumed as needed by extensions (i.e., validations, transformations, controller, collector, etc.).

List of built-in annotations

3.5 - Labels

Learn how to use the metadata labels provided by the Kafka Connect extension.

This section lists a number of well known labels, that have defined semantics. They can be attached to KafkaConnect resources through the metadata.labels field and consumed as needed by extensions (i.e., validations, transformations, controller, collector, etc.).

Labels

kafka.jikkou.io/connect-cluster

# Example
---
apiVersion: "kafka.jikkou.io/v1beta1"
kind: "KafkaConnector"
metadata:
  labels:
    kafka.jikkou.io/connect-cluster: 'my-connect-cluster'

The value of this label defined the name of the Kafka Connect cluster to create the connector instance in. The cluster name must be configured through the kafkaConnect.clusters[] Jikkou’s configuration setting (see: Configuration).

3.6 - Actions

Learn how to use the actions provided by the Extension Provider for Kafka Connect.

Here, you will find the list of actions provided by the Extension Provider for Kafka Connect.

Kafka Connect Action

More information:

3.6.1 - KafkaConnectRestartConnectors

Learn how to use the KafkaConnectRestartConnector action.

The KafkaConnectRestartConnectors action allows a user to restart all or just the failed Connector and Task instances for one or multiple named connectors.

Usage (CLI)

Usage:

Execute the action.

jikkou action KafkaConnectRestartConnectors execute [-hV] [--include-tasks]
[--only-failed] [--connect-cluster=PARAM] [--logger-level=<level>]
[-o=<format>] [--connector-name=PARAM]...

DESCRIPTION:

The KafkaConnectRestartConnectors action a user to restart all or just the
failed Connector and Task instances for one or multiple named connectors.

OPTIONS:

      --connect-cluster=PARAM
                          The name of the connect cluster.
      --connector-name=PARAM
                          The connector's name.
  -h, --help              Show this help message and exit.
      --include-tasks     Specifies whether to restart the connector instance
                            and task instances (includeTasks=true) or just the
                            connector instance (includeTasks=false)
      --logger-level=<level>
                          Specify the log level verbosity to be used while
                            running a command.
                          Valid level values are: TRACE, DEBUG, INFO, WARN,
                            ERROR.
                          For example, `--logger-level=INFO`
  -o, --output=<format>   Prints the output in the specified format. Allowed
                            values: JSON, YAML (default YAML).
      --only-failed       Specifies whether to restart just the instances with
                            a FAILED status (onlyFailed=true) or all instances
                            (onlyFailed=false)
  -V, --version           Print version information and exit.

Examples

Restart all connectors for all Kafka Connect clusters.

jikkou action kafkaconnectrestartconnectors execute

(output)

---
kind: "ApiActionResultSet"
apiVersion: "core.jikkou.io/v1"
metadata:
  labels: {}
  annotations: {}
results:
- status: "SUCCEEDED"
  data:
    apiVersion: "kafka.jikkou.io/v1beta1"
    kind: "KafkaConnector"
    metadata:
      name: "local-file-sink"
      labels:
        kafka.jikkou.io/connect-cluster: "my-connect-cluster"
      annotations: {}
    spec:
      connectorClass: "FileStreamSink"
      tasksMax: 1
      config:
        file: "/tmp/test.sink.txt"
        topics: "connect-test"
      state: "RUNNING"
    status:
      connectorStatus:
        name: "local-file-sink"
        connector:
          state: "RUNNING"
          workerId: "connect:8083"
        tasks:
        - id: 0
          state: "RUNNING"
          workerId: "connect:8083"

Restart all connectors with a FAILED status on all Kafka Connect clusters.

jikkou action kafkaconnectrestartconnectors execute \
--only-failed

Restart specific connector and tasks for on Kafka Connect cluster

jikkou action kafkaconnectrestartconnectors execute \
--cluster-name my-connect-cluster
--connector-name local-file-sink \
--include-tasks

4 - Schema Registry

Lean how to use the Jikkou Extension Provider for Schema Registry.

Here, you will find information to use the Schema Registry extensions.

More information:

4.1 - Configuration

Learn how to configure the extensions for SchemaRegistry.

Here, you will find the list of resources supported for SchemaRegistry.

Configuration

You can configure the properties to be used to connect the SchemaRegistry service through the Jikkou client configuration property jikkou.schemaRegistry.

Example:

jikkou {
  schemaRegistry {
    # Comma-separated list of URLs for schema registry instances that can be used to register or look up schemas
    url = "http://localhost:8081"
    # The name of the schema registry implementation vendor - can be any value
    vendor = generic
    # Method to use for authenticating on Schema Registry. Available values are: [none, basicauth, ssl]
    authMethod = none
    # Use when 'schemaRegistry.authMethod' is 'basicauth' to specify the username for Authorization Basic header
    basicAuthUser = null
    # Use when 'schemaRegistry.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
  }
}

4.2 - Resources

Learn how to use the built-in resources provided by the extensions for Schema Registry.

Here, you will find the list of resources supported for Schema Registry.

Schema Registry Resources

More information:

4.2.1 - Schema Registry Subjects

Learn how to manage SchemaRegistry Subjects.

SchemaRegistrySubject resources are used to define the subject schemas you want to manage on your SchemaRegistry. A SchemaRegistrySubject resource defines the schema, the compatibility level, and the references to be associated with a subject version.

SchemaRegistrySubject

Specification

Here is the resource definition file for defining a SchemaRegistrySubject.

apiVersion: "schemaregistry.jikkou.io/v1beta2"  # The api version (required)
kind: "SchemaRegistrySubject"                   # The resource kind (required)
metadata:
  name: <The name of the subject>               # (required)
  labels: { }
  annotations: { }
spec:
  schemaRegistry:
    vendor: <vendor_name>                       # (optional) The vendor of the SchemaRegistry, e.g., Confluent, Karapace, etc
  compatibilityLevel: <compatibility_level>     # (optional) The schema compatibility level for this subject.
  schemaType: <The schema format>               # (required) Accepted values are: AVRO, PROTOBUF, JSON
  schema:
    $ref: <url or path>  # 
  references: # Specifies the names of referenced schemas (optional array).
    - name: <>                                  # The name for the reference.
      subject: <>                               # The subject under which the referenced schema is registered.
      version: <>                               # The exact version of the schema under the registered subject.
]

The metadata.name property is mandatory and specifies the name of the Subject.

To use the SchemaRegistry default values for the compatibilityLevel you can omit the property.

Example

Here is a simple example that shows how to define a single subject AVRO schema for type using the SchemaRegistrySubject resource type.

file: subject-user.yaml

---
apiVersion: "schemaregistry.jikkou.io/v1beta2"
kind: "SchemaRegistrySubject"
metadata:
  name: "User"
  labels: { }
  annotations:
    schemaregistry.jikkou.io/normalize-schema: true
spec:
  compatibilityLevel: "FULL_TRANSITIVE"
  schemaType: "AVRO"
  schema:
    $ref: ./user-schema.avsc

file: user-schema.avsc

---
{
  "namespace": "example.avro",
  "type": "record",
  "name": "User",
  "fields": [
    {
      "name": "name",
      "type": [ "null", "string" ],
      "default": null,
    },
    {
      "name": "favorite_number",
      "type": [ "null", "int" ],
      "default": null
    },
    {
      "name": "favorite_color",
      "type": [ "null", "string" ],
      "default": null
    }
  ]
}

Alternatively, we can directly pass the Avro schema as follows :

file: subject-user.yaml

---
apiVersion: "schemaregistry.jikkou.io/v1beta2"
kind: "SchemaRegistrySubject"
metadata:
  name: "User"
  labels: { }
  annotations:
    schemaregistry.jikkou.io/normalize-schema: true
spec:
  compatibilityLevel: "FULL_TRANSITIVE"
  schemaType: "AVRO"
  schema: |
    {
      "namespace": "example.avro",
      "type": "record",
      "name": "User",
      "fields": [
        {
          "name": "name",
          "type": [ "null", "string" ],
          "default": null
        },
        {
          "name": "favorite_number",
          "type": [ "null", "int" ],
          "default": null
        },
        {
          "name": "favorite_color",
          "type": [ "null", "string"],
          "default": null
        }
      ]
    }    

4.3 - Validations

Learn how to use the built-in validations provided by the extensions for Schema Registry.

Jikkou ships with the following built-in validations:

Subject

SchemaCompatibilityValidation

type = io.streamthoughts.jikkou.schema.registry.validation.SchemaCompatibilityValidation

The SchemaCompatibilityValidation allows testing the compatibility of the schema with the latest version already registered in the Schema Registry using the provided compatibility-level.

AvroSchemaValidation

The AvroSchemaValidation allows checking if the specified Avro schema matches some specific avro schema definition rules;

type = io.streamthoughts.jikkou.schema.registry.validation.AvroSchemaValidation

Configuration

NameTypeDescriptionDefault
fieldsMustHaveDocBooleanVerify that all record fields have a doc propertyfalse
fieldsMustBeNullableBooleanVerify that all record fields are nullablefalse
fieldsMustBeOptionalBooleanVerify that all record fields are optionalfalse

4.4 - Annotations

Learn how to use the metadata annotations provided by the extensions for Schema Registry.

Here, you will find information about the annotations provided by the Schema Registry extension for Jikkou.

List of built-in annotations

schemaregistry.jikkou.io/url

Used by jikkou.

The annotation is automatically added by Jikkou to describe the SchemaRegistry URL from which a subject schema is retrieved.

schemaregistry.jikkou.io/schema-version

Used by jikkou.

The annotation is automatically added by Jikkou to describe the version of a subject schema.

schemaregistry.jikkou.io/schema-id

Used by jikkou.

The annotation is automatically added by Jikkou to describe the version of a subject id.

schemaregistry.jikkou.io/normalize-schema

Used on: schemaregistry.jikkou.io/v1beta2:SchemaRegistrySubject

This annotation can be used to normalize the schema on SchemaRegistry server side. Note, that Jikkou will attempt to normalize AVRO and JSON schema.

See: Confluent SchemaRegistry API Reference

schemaregistry.jikkou.io/permanante-delete

Used on: schemaregistry.jikkou.io/v1beta2:SchemaRegistrySubject

The annotation can be used to specify a hard delete of the subject, which removes all associated metadata including the schema ID. The default is false. If the flag is not included, a soft delete is performed. You must perform a soft delete first, then the hard delete.

See: Confluent SchemaRegistry API Reference

5 - Aiven

Lean how to use the Jikkou Extensions Providers for Aiven.

Here, you will find information to use the Aiven for Kafka extensions.

More information:

5.1 - Configuration

Learn how to configure the extensions for Aiven.

Here, you will find the list of resources supported by the extension for Aiven.

Configuration

You can configure the properties to be used to connect the Aiven service through the Jikkou client configuration property jikkou.aiven.

Example:

jikkou {
  aiven {
    # Aiven project name
    project = "http://localhost:8081"
    # Aiven service name
    service = generic
    # URL to the Aiven REST API.
    apiUrl = "https://api.aiven.io/v1/"
    # Aiven Bearer Token. Tokens can be obtained from your Aiven profile page
    tokenAuth = null
    # Enable debug logging
    debugLoggingEnabled = false
  }
}

5.2 - Resources

Learn how to use the built-in resources provided by the extensions for Aiven.

Here, you will find the list of resources supported by the extensions for Aiven.

Aiven for Apache Kafka Resources

More information:

5.2.1 - ACL for Aiven Apache Kafka®

Learn how to manage Access Control Lists (ACLs) in Aiven for Apache Kafka®

The KafkaTopicAclEntry resources are used to manage the Access Control Lists in Aiven for Apache Kafka®. A KafkaTopicAclEntry resource defines the permission to be granted to a user for one or more kafka topics.

KafkaTopicAclEntry

Specification

Here is the resource definition file for defining a KafkaTopicAclEntry.

---
apiVersion: "kafka.aiven.io/v1beta1"   # The api version (required)
kind: "KafkaTopicAclEntry"             # The resource kind (required)
metadata:
  labels: { }
  annotations: { }
spec:
  permission: <>               # The permission. Accepted values are: READ, WRITE, READWRITE, ADMIN
  username: <>                 # The username
  topic: <>                    # Topic name or glob pattern

Example

Here is a simple example that shows how to define a single ACL entry using the KafkaTopicAclEntry resource type.

file: kafka-topic-acl-entry.yaml

---
apiVersion: "kafka.aiven.io/v1beta1"
kind: "KafkaTopicAclEntry"
metadata:
  labels: { }
  annotations: { }
spec:
  permission: "READWRITE"
  username: "alice"
  topic: "public-*"

KafkaTopicAclEntryList

If you need to define multiple ACL entries (e.g. using a template), it may be easier to use a KafkaTopicAclEntryList resource.

Specification

Here the resource definition file for defining a KafkaTopicList.

---
apiVersion: "kafka.aiven.io/v1beta1"    # The api version (required)
kind: "KafkaTopicAclEntryList"          # The resource kind (required)
metadata: # (optional)
  name: <The name of the topic>
  labels: { }
  annotations: { }
items: [ ]                             # An array of KafkaTopicAclEntry

Example

Here is a simple example that shows how to define a single YAML file containing two ACL entry definitions using the KafkaTopicAclEntryList resource type.

---
apiVersion: "kafka.aiven.io/v1beta1"
kind: "KafkaTopicAclEntryList"
items:
  - spec:
      permission: "READWRITE"
      username: "alice"
      topic: "public-*"
  - spec:
      permission: "READ"
      username: "bob"
      topic: "public-*"

5.2.2 - Quotas for Aiven Apache Kafka®

Learn how to manage Quotas in Aiven for Apache Kafka®

The KafkaQuota resources are used to manage the Quotas in Aiven for Apache Kafka® service. For more details, see https://docs.aiven.io/docs/products/kafka/concepts/kafka-quotas

KafkaQuota

Specification

Here is the resource definition file for defining a KafkaQuota.

---
apiVersion: "kafka.aiven.io/v1beta1"   # The api version (required)
kind: "KafkaQuota"                     # The resource kind (required)
metadata:
  labels: { }
  annotations: { }
spec:
  user: <string>                     # The username: (Optional: 'default' if null)
  clientId: <string>                 # The client-id
  consumerByteRate: <number>         # The quota in bytes for restricting data consumption
  producerByteRate: <number>         # The quota in bytes for restricting data production
  requestPercentage: <number>

Example

Here is a simple example that shows how to define a single ACL entry using the KafkaQuota resource type.

file: kafka-quotas.yaml

---
apiVersion: "kafka.aiven.io/v1beta1"
kind: "KafkaQuota"
spec:
  user: "default"
  clientId: "default"
  consumerByteRate: 1048576
  producerByteRate: 1048576
  requestPercentage: 25

KafkaQuotaList

If you need to define multiple Kafka quotas (e.g. using a template), it may be easier to use a KafkaQuotaList resource.

Specification

Here the resource definition file for defining a KafkaTopicList.

---
apiVersion: "kafka.aiven.io/v1beta1"    # The api version (required)
kind: "KafkaQuotaList"                  # The resource kind (required)
metadata: # (optional)
  labels: { }
  annotations: { }
items: [ ]                             # An array of KafkaQuotaList

Example

Here is a simple example that shows how to define a single YAML file containing two ACL entry definitions using the KafkaQuotaList resource type.

---
apiVersion: "kafka.aiven.io/v1beta1"
kind: "KafkaQuotaList"
items:
  - spec:
      user: "default"
      clientId: "default"
      consumerByteRate: 1048576
      producerByteRate: 1048576
      requestPercentage: 5
  - spec:
      user: "avnadmin"
      consumerByteRate: 5242880
      producerByteRate: 5242880
      requestPercentage: 25

5.2.3 - ACL for Aiven Schema Registry

Learn how to manage Access Control Lists (ACLs) in Aiven for Schema Registry

The SchemaRegistryAclEntry resources are used to manage the Access Control Lists in Aiven for Schema Registry. A SchemaRegistryAclEntry resource defines the permission to be granted to a user for one or more Schema Registry Subjects.

SchemaRegistryAclEntry

Specification

Here is the resource definition file for defining a SchemaRegistryAclEntry.

---
apiVersion: "kafka.aiven.io/v1beta1"   # The api version (required)
kind: "SchemaRegistryAclEntry"         # The resource kind (required)
metadata:
  labels: { }
  annotations: { }
spec:
  permission: <>               # The permission. Accepted values are: READ, WRITE
  username: <>                 # The username
  resource: <>                 # The Schema Registry ACL entry resource name pattern

NOTE: The resource name pattern should be Config: or Subject:<subject_name> where subject_name must consist of alpha-numeric characters, underscores, dashes, dots and glob characters * and ?.

Example

Here is an example that shows how to define a simple ACL entry using the SchemaRegistryAclEntry resource type.

file: schema-registry-acl-entry.yaml

---
apiVersion: "kafka.aiven.io/v1beta1"
kind: "SchemaRegistryAclEntry"
spec:
  permission: "READ"
  username: "Alice"
  resource: "Subject:*"

SchemaRegistryAclEntryList

If you need to define multiple ACL entries (e.g. using a template), it may be easier to use a SchemaRegistryAclEntryList resource.

Specification

Here the resource definition file for defining a SchemaRegistryAclEntryList.

---
apiVersion: "kafka.aiven.io/v1beta1"    # The api version (required)
kind: "SchemaRegistryAclEntryList"      # The resource kind (required)
metadata: # (optional)
  labels: { }
  annotations: { }
items: [ ]                              # An array of SchemaRegistryAclEntry

Example

Here is a simple example that shows how to define a single YAML file containing two ACL entry definitions using the SchemaRegistryAclEntryList resource type.

---
apiVersion: "kafka.aiven.io/v1beta1"
kind: "SchemaRegistryAclEntryList"
items:
  - spec:
      permission: "READ"
      username: "alice"
      resource: "Config:"
  - spec:
      permission: "WRITE"
      username: "alice"
      resource: "Subject:*"

5.2.4 - Subject for Aiven Schema Registry

Learn how to manage Schema Registry Subject Schema in Aiven.

SchemaRegistrySubject resources are used to define the subject schemas you want to manage on your Schema Registry. A SchemaRegistrySubject resource defines the schema, the compatibility level, and the references to be associated with a subject version.

SchemaRegistrySubject

Specification

Here is the resource definition file for defining a SchemaRegistrySubject.

apiVersion: "kafka.aiven.io/v1beta1"  # The api version (required)
kind: "SchemaRegistrySubject"                   # The resource kind (required)
metadata:
  name: <The name of the subject>               # (required)
  labels: { }
  annotations: { }
spec:
  schemaRegistry:
    vendor: 'Karapace'                          # (optional) The vendor of the Schema Registry
  compatibilityLevel: <compatibility_level>     # (optional) The schema compatibility level for this subject.
  schemaType: <The schema format>               # (required) Accepted values are: AVRO, PROTOBUF, JSON
  schema:
    $ref: <url or path>  # 
  references:                                   # Specifies the names of referenced schemas (optional array).
    - name: <>                                  # The name for the reference.
      subject: <>                               # The subject under which the referenced schema is registered.
      version: <>                               # The exact version of the schema under the registered subject.
]

The metadata.name property is mandatory and specifies the name of the Subject.

To use the SchemaRegistry default values for the compatibilityLevel you can omit the property.

Example

Here is a simple example that shows how to define a single subject AVRO schema for type using the SchemaRegistrySubject resource type.

file: subject-user.yaml

---
apiVersion: "kafka.aiven.io/v1beta1"
kind: "SchemaRegistrySubject"
metadata:
  name: "User"
  labels: { }
  annotations:
    schemaregistry.jikkou.io/normalize-schema: true
spec:
  compatibilityLevel: "FULL_TRANSITIVE"
  schemaType: "AVRO"
  schema:
    $ref: ./user-schema.avsc

file: user-schema.avsc

---
{
  "namespace": "example.avro",
  "type": "record",
  "name": "User",
  "fields": [
    {
      "name": "name",
      "type": [ "null", "string" ],
      "default": null,
    },
    {
      "name": "favorite_number",
      "type": [ "null", "int" ],
      "default": null
    },
    {
      "name": "favorite_color",
      "type": [ "null", "string" ],
      "default": null
    }
  ]
}

Alternatively, we can directly pass the Avro schema as follows :

file: subject-user.yaml

---
apiVersion: "kafka.aiven.io/v1beta1"
kind: "SchemaRegistrySubject"
metadata:
  name: "User"
  labels: { }
  annotations:
    schemaregistry.jikkou.io/normalize-schema: true
spec:
  compatibilityLevel: "FULL_TRANSITIVE"
  schemaType: "AVRO"
  schema: |
    {
      "namespace": "example.avro",
      "type": "record",
      "name": "User",
      "fields": [
        {
          "name": "name",
          "type": [ "null", "string" ],
          "default": null
        },
        {
          "name": "favorite_number",
          "type": [ "null", "int" ],
          "default": null
        },
        {
          "name": "favorite_color",
          "type": [ "null", "string"],
          "default": null
        }
      ]
    }    

5.3 - Validations

Learn how to use the built-in validations provided by the extensions for Aiven.

Jikkou ships with the following built-in validations:

No validation

5.4 - Annotations

Learn how to use the metadata annotations provided by the extensions for Aiven.

Here, you will find information about the annotations provided by the Aiven extension for Jikkou.

List of built-in annotations

kafka.aiven.io/acl-entry-id

Used by jikkou.

The annotation is automatically added by Jikkou to describe the ID of an ACL entry.