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From Paolo Patierno <ppatie...@live.com>
Subject Re: Kafka on kubernetes
Date Fri, 12 Jan 2018 21:30:12 GMT
Hi Devendar,

there is the Strimzi project (http://strimzi.io) which is focused on providing a full solution
for running Apache Kafka both on Kubernetes and OpenShift. The current first release (0.1.0)
provides the Docker images and YAML files (with "templates" for OpenShift as well) for deploying
a Kafka cluster (broker and Zookeeper nodes); It also provide Kafka Connect deployment as
well. Finally, the metrics cluster are available through JMX endpoints in order to use a Prometheus
server for getting them (for example using Grafana to show their values).

We are working to add more advanced features using the "operator" pattern. The cluster deployment
will be possible using a so called cluster-controller starting from a configmap which contains
the cluster configuration. In the same way a topic-controller will be in charge for creating
topics from configmaps.

Cluster balancing with partition reassignment based on detected specific metrics values is
on the roadmap as well.

On the official web site you can find the link to the GitHub repo and the way for getting
in touch with the contributors through an IRC channel, mailing list and the Twitter account
as well.


From: Devendar Rao
Sent: Friday, 12 January, 21:55
Subject: Kafka on kubernetes
To: users@kafka.apache.org

Hi, Any one has done work on kafka on kubernetes? Could you share the references/links if
you have any? Thanks, Devendar

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