Debezium Serialization With Apache Avro and Apicurio Service Registry - This article demonstrates how to use Debezium to monitor a MySQL database and then use Apache Avro with the Apicurio service registry.
This article demonstrates how to use Debezium to monitor a MySQL database and then use Apache Avro with the Apicurio service registry to externalize the data schema and reduce the payload of each one of the captured events.
Debezium is a set of distributed services that captures row-level database changes so that applications can see and respond to them. Debezium connectors record all events to a Red Hat AMQ Streams Kafka cluster. Applications use AMQ Streams to consume change events. Debezium uses the Apache Kafka Connect framework, which makes all of Debezium’s connectors into Kafka Connector source connectors. As such, they can be deployed and managed using AMQ Streams’ Kafka Connect custom Kubernetes resources.
Debezium provides connectors for monitoring the following databases:
In this post, you will use the MySQL connector.
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