kafka-connect-jdbc VS kafdrop

Compare kafka-connect-jdbc vs kafdrop and see what are their differences.

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kafka-connect-jdbc kafdrop
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GNU General Public License v3.0 or later Apache License 2.0
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kafka-connect-jdbc

Posts with mentions or reviews of kafka-connect-jdbc. We have used some of these posts to build our list of alternatives and similar projects. The last one was on 2021-08-31.
  • How Sendoso is using Kafka for Event-Driven Architecture
    3 projects | dev.to | 31 Aug 2021
    Event sourcing is an effective architectural pattern to record changes to the application state. Event sequence is important - we need changes as they were originally applied. incoming events are first persisted into Kafka and then processed by services independently. Kafka, hence, becomes our source of truth (SOT), a data source that gives a complete picture of the data object as a whole. This, however, meant dramatic changes in our core application. Our source of truth is still the core database, but we generate events in Kafka when data gets persisted. To ensure transactional behavior, we employed Transactional Outbox pattern. Essentially, we a) created a new events table in the database, b) wrote event data in the same transaction when we update our SOT table. Kafka Connect is subsequently used to read this table and insert records in relevant Kafka topics. This ensures that we never have an inconsistent situation where data was inserted in the database but the event is not added to Kafka topic or vice versa. We evaluated a few connectors for sourcing data from Mysql (JdbcSourceConnector, and Debezium). Our scenario was supported out of the box in JdbcSourceConnector, making it possible to have one event table in Mysql where different rows could be routed to a relevant topic based on the topic field.
  • Data Pipeline between PostgreSQL and Cassandra using Kafka Connect
    3 projects | dev.to | 18 Jan 2021
    This is different compared to the "polling" technique adopted by the Kafka Connect JDBC connector

kafdrop

Posts with mentions or reviews of kafdrop. We have used some of these posts to build our list of alternatives and similar projects. The last one was on 2023-01-30.

What are some alternatives?

When comparing kafka-connect-jdbc and kafdrop you can also consider the following projects:

kafka-ui - Open-Source Web UI for Apache Kafka Management

akhq - Kafka GUI for Apache Kafka to manage topics, topics data, consumers group, schema registry, connect and more...

schema-registry - Confluent Schema Registry for Kafka

aws-eks-kubernetes-masterclass - AWS EKS Kubernetes - Masterclass | DevOps, Microservices

kafka-connect-quickstart - Example project to play around with Apache Kafka Connect. There are examples to develop and deploy Kafka Connect plugins (connectors, transforms, etc.) from a Java Maven project.

Kouncil - Powerful dashboard for your Kafka. Monitor status, manage groups, topics, send messages and diagnose problems. All in one user friendly web dashboard.

kafka-connect-ui - Web tool for Kafka Connect |

kafka-go - Kafka library in Go

nri-prometheus - Fetch metrics in the Prometheus metrics inside or outside Kubernetes and send them to the New Relic Metrics platform.

kafka-manager - CMAK is a tool for managing Apache Kafka clusters

sarama - Sarama is a Go library for Apache Kafka.