This code creates a Kafka Connect instance with the specified configuration properties and starts it.
That's it! With these steps, you should be able to configure Kafka Connect to read from a Kafka topic and publish to ElasticSearch.
To configure Kafka Connect to read from a Kafka topic and publish to Elastic Search in a Spring Boot Java application, we can use the Kafka Connect Elasticsearch Connector. Here are the general steps to follow:
Add the Kafka Connect Elasticsearch Connector dependency to your Spring Boot project. You can add the following dependency to your pom.xml file:
Here, name is a unique name for the connector, connector.class specifies the class of the connector, tasks.max specifies the maximum number of tasks to use, topics specifies the Kafka topic to consume from, and connection.url specifies the URL of the Elastic Search instance.
Start the Kafka Connect Elasticsearch Connector. You can start the connector using the following command:
Here, config/connect-standalone.properties specifies the configuration for the Kafka Connect standalone mode.For more detailed information on how to configure and use the Kafka Connect Elasticsearch Connector in a Spring Boot Java application, you can refer to the following resources:
[Kafka Elasticsearch Connector Tutorial with Examples]