Having a local development environment is quite handy when trying out a new service or technology. Docker has emerged as the de-facto choice in such cases. It is especially useful in scenarios where you’re trying to integrate multiple services and gives you the ability to start fresh before each run.
This blog post is a getting started guide for the Kafka Connector for Azure Cosmos DB. All the components (including Azure Cosmos DB) will run on your local machine, thanks to:
End to end workflow
To make things easier, we will pick single-focused scenarios and go step by step:
It is assumed that you’re comfortable with Kafka and have an understanding of Kafka Connect
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