1) Kafka setup
Follow a previous tutorial to setup an Apache Kerby based KDC testcase and to configure Apache Kafka to require kerberos for authentication. Kafka 2.5.0 was used for the purpose of this tutorial. Create a "test" topic and write some data to it, and verify with the command-line consumer that the data can be read correctly.
2) Download Talend Open Studio for ESB and create a route
Now we will download Talend Open Studio for ESB (7.3.1 was used for the purposes of this tutorial). Unzip the file when it is downloaded and then start the Studio using one of the platform-specific scripts. It will prompt you to download some additional dependencies and to accept the licenses. Right click on "Routes" and select "Create Route", entering a name for the route.
In the search bar under "Palette" on the right hand side enter "kafka" and hit enter. Drag the "cKafka" component that should appear into the route designer. Next find the "cLog" component under "Miscellaneous" and drag this to the right of the "cKafka" component. Right click the "cKafka" component and select "Row / Route" and connect the resulting arrow with the "cLog" component.
3) Configure the components
Now let's configure the individual components. Double-click on the "cKafka" component and enter "test" for the topic. Next, select "Advanced Settings" and scroll down to the kerberos configuration. For "Kerberos Service Name" enter "kafka". Then for "Security Protocol" select "SASL over Plaintext":
Next click on the "Run" tab and go to "Advanced Settings". Under "JVM Settings" select the checkbox for "Use specific JVM arguments", and add new arguments as follows:
Post a Comment