Kafka Connect 101: Error Handling and Dead Letter Queues

Kafka Connect 101: Error Handling and Dead Letter Queues

Kafka Connect supports various options for handling errors in the pipeline, including sending failed messages to a dead letter queue topic. This video explains the different configuration options and illustrates their effect using a common error scenario, that of a mismatched converter causing the infamous "SerializationException: Unknown magic byte!" error.

Kafka Connect supports various options for handling errors in the pipeline, including sending failed messages to a dead letter queue topic. This video explains the different configuration options and illustrates their effect using a common error scenario, that of a mismatched converter causing the infamous "SerializationException: Unknown magic byte!" error.

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