This tutorial helps you to connect your Apicurio Service Registry with a secured Apache Kafka cluster managed by Strimzi Clusters in a Kubernetes or OpenShift platform.
Apicurio Registry is a datastore for sharing standard event schemas and API designs across API and event-driven architectures. Apicurio Registry decouples the structure of your data from your client applications, and enables you to share and manage your data types and API descriptions at runtime. Decoupling your data structure from your client applications reduces costs by decreasing overall message size, which creates efficiencies by increasing consistent re-use of schemas and API designs across your organization.
Some of the most common uses cases where Apicurio Registry helps us are:
Apicurio provides a open-sourced Schema Registry that is ready to be involved in this scenario.
Apicurio Registry includes a set of pluggable storage options to store the APIs, rules, and validations. The Kafka-based storage option, provided by Strimzi, is suitable for production environments when persistent storage is configured for Kafka clusters running on OpenShift.
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