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AWS Glue Schema Registry Library

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AWS Glue Schema Registry provides a solution for customers to centrally discover, control and evolve schemas while ensuring data produced was validated by registered schemas. AWS Glue Schema Registry Library offers Serializers and Deserializers that plug-in with Glue Schema Registry.

Getting Started

  1. Sign up for AWS — Before you begin, you need an AWS account. For more information about creating an AWS account and retrieving your AWS credentials, see AWS Account and Credentials in the AWS SDK for Java Developer Guide.
  2. Sign up for AWS Glue Schema Registry — Go to the AWS Glue Schema Registry console to sign up for the service and create an AWS Glue Schema Registry. For more information, see Getting Started with Glue Schema Registry in the AWS Glue Developer Guide.
  3. Minimum requirements — To use the AWS Glue Schema Registry, you'll need Java > 1.8 and < Java 15.

Features

  1. Messages/records are serialized on producer front and deserialized on the consumer front by using schema-registry-serde.
  2. Support for three data formats: AVRO, JSON (with JSON Schema Draft04, Draft06, Draft07), and Protocol Buffers (Protobuf syntax versions 2 and 3).
  3. Kafka Streams support for AWS Glue Schema Registry.
  4. Records can be compressed to reduce message size.
  5. An inbuilt local in-memory cache to save calls to AWS Glue Schema Registry. The schema version id for a schema definition is cached on Producer side and schema for a schema version id is cached on the Consumer side.
  6. Auto registration of schema can be enabled for any new schema to be auto-registered.
  7. For Schemas, Evolution check is performed while registering.
  8. Migration from a third party Schema Registry.
  9. Flink support for AWS Glue Schema Registry.
  10. Kafka Connect support for AWS Glue Schema Registry.

Building from Source

After you've downloaded the code from GitHub, you can build it using Maven.

The following maven command will clean the target directory, compile the project, execute the tests and package the project build into a JAR.

cd build-tools/ && mvn clean install && cd .. && mvn clean install

Alternatively, one could git clone this repo and run mvn clean install.

Testing

To simply run the tests, execute the following maven command:

mvn test

Using the AWS Glue Schema Registry Library Serializer / Deserializer

The recommended way to use the AWS Glue Schema Registry Library for Java is to consume it from Maven.

Using AWS Glue Schema Registry with Amazon MSK — To set-up Amazon Managed Streaming for Apache Kafka see Getting started with Amazon MSK.

Maven Dependency

<dependency>
    <groupId>software.amazon.glue</groupId>
    <artifactId>schema-registry-serde</artifactId>
    <version>1.1.14</version>
</dependency>

Code Example

Producer for Kafka with AVRO format

        properties.put(ProducerConfig.KEY_SERIALIZER_CLASS_CONFIG, StringSerializer.class.getName());
        properties.put(ProducerConfig.VALUE_SERIALIZER_CLASS_CONFIG, GlueSchemaRegistryKafkaSerializer.class.getName());
        properties.put(AWSSchemaRegistryConstants.DATA_FORMAT, DataFormat.AVRO.name());
        properties.put(AWSSchemaRegistryConstants.AWS_REGION, "us-east-1");
        properties.put(AWSSchemaRegistryConstants.REGISTRY_NAME, "my-registry");
        properties.put(AWSSchemaRegistryConstants.SCHEMA_NAME, "my-schema");

        Schema schema_payment = null;
        try {
            schema_payment = parser.parse(new File("src/main/resources/avro/com/tutorial/Payment.avsc"));
        } catch (IOException e) {
            e.printStackTrace();
        }
        
        GenericRecord musical = new GenericData.Record(schema_payment);
        musical.put("id", "entertainment_2");
        musical.put("amount", 105.0);

        List<GenericRecord> misc = new ArrayList<>();
        misc.add(musical);

        try (KafkaProducer<String, GenericRecord> producer = new KafkaProducer<String, GenericRecord>(properties)) {
            for (int i = 0; i < 4; i++) {
                GenericRecord r = misc.get(i);

                final ProducerRecord<String, GenericRecord> record;
                record = new ProducerRecord<String, GenericRecord>(topic, r.get("id").toString(), r);

                producer.send(record);
                System.out.println("Sent message " + i);
                Thread.sleep(1000L);
            }
            producer.flush();
            System.out.println("Successfully produced 10 messages to a topic called " + topic);

        } catch (final InterruptedException | SerializationException e) {
            e.printStackTrace();
        }

Consumer for Kafka with AVRO format

        properties.put(ConsumerConfig.KEY_DESERIALIZER_CLASS_CONFIG, StringDeserializer.class.getName());
        properties.put(ConsumerConfig.VALUE_DESERIALIZER_CLASS_CONFIG, GlueSchemaRegistryKafkaDeserializer.class
        .getName();
        properties.put(AWSSchemaRegistryConstants.AWS_REGION, "us-east-1");
        properties.put(AWSSchemaRegistryConstants.AVRO_RECORD_TYPE, AvroRecordType.GENERIC_RECORD.getName());
        
        try (final KafkaConsumer<String, GenericRecord> consumer = new KafkaConsumer<String, GenericRecord>(properties)) {
            consumer.subscribe(Collections.singletonList(topic));

            while (true) {
                final ConsumerRecords<String, GenericRecord> records = consumer.poll(100);
                for (final ConsumerRecord<String, GenericRecord> record : records) {
                    final String key = record.key();
                    final GenericRecord value = record.value();
                    System.out.println("Received message: key = " + key + ", value = " + value);
                }
            }
        }

Producer for Kafka with JSON format

        properties.put(ProducerConfig.KEY_SERIALIZER_CLASS_CONFIG, StringSerializer.class.getName());
        properties.put(ProducerConfig.VALUE_SERIALIZER_CLASS_CONFIG, GlueSchemaRegistryKafkaSerializer.class.getName());
        properties.put(AWSSchemaRegistryConstants.DATA_FORMAT, DataFormat.JSON.name());
        properties.put(AWSSchemaRegistryConstants.AWS_REGION, "us-east-1");
        properties.put(AWSSchemaRegistryConstants.REGISTRY_NAME, "my-registry");
        properties.put(AWSSchemaRegistryConstants.SCHEMA_NAME, "my-schema");
        
        String jsonSchema = "{\n" + "        \"$schema\": \"http://json-schema.org/draft-04/schema#\",\n"
                                                + "        \"type\": \"object\",\n" + "        \"properties\": {\n" + "          \"employee\": {\n"
                                                + "            \"type\": \"object\",\n" + "            \"properties\": {\n"
                                                + "              \"name\": {\n" + "                \"type\": \"string\"\n" + "              },\n"
                                                + "              \"age\": {\n" + "                \"type\": \"integer\"\n" + "              },\n"
                                                + "              \"city\": {\n" + "                \"type\": \"string\"\n" + "              }\n"
                                                + "            },\n" + "            \"required\": [\n" + "              \"name\",\n"
                                                + "              \"age\",\n" + "              \"city\"\n" + "            ]\n" + "          }\n"
                                                + "        },\n" + "        \"required\": [\n" + "          \"employee\"\n" + "        ]\n"
                                                + "      }";
        String jsonPayload = "{\n" + "        \"employee\": {\n" + "          \"name\": \"John\",\n" + "          \"age\": 30,\n"
                                                 + "          \"city\": \"New York\"\n" + "        }\n" + "      }";
        
        JsonDataWithSchema jsonSchemaWithData = JsonDataWithSchema.builder(jsonSchema, jsonPayload).build();

        List<JsonDataWithSchema> genericJsonRecords = new ArrayList<>();
        genericJsonRecords.add(jsonSchemaWithData);
        
        try (KafkaProducer<String, JsonDataWithSchema> producer = new KafkaProducer<String, JsonDataWithSchema>(properties)) {
            for (int i = 0; i < genericJsonRecords.size(); i++) {
                JsonDataWithSchema r = genericJsonRecords.get(i);

                final ProducerRecord<String, JsonDataWithSchema> record;
                record = new ProducerRecord<String, JsonDataWithSchema>(topic, "message-" + i, r);

                producer.send(record);
                System.out.println("Sent message " + i);
                Thread.sleep(1000L);
            }
            producer.flush();
            System.out.println("Successfully produced 10 messages to a topic called " + topic);

        } catch (final InterruptedException | SerializationException e) {
            e.printStackTrace();
        }

Consumer for Kafka with JSON format

        properties.put(ConsumerConfig.KEY_DESERIALIZER_CLASS_CONFIG, StringDeserializer.class.getName());
        properties.put(ConsumerConfig.VALUE_DESERIALIZER_CLASS_CONFIG, GlueSchemaRegistryKafkaDeserializer.class
        .getName();
        properties.put(AWSSchemaRegistryConstants.AWS_REGION, "us-east-1");
        
        try (final KafkaConsumer<String, JsonDataWithSchema> consumer = new KafkaConsumer<String, JsonDataWithSchema>(properties)) {
            consumer.subscribe(Collections.singletonList(topic));

            while (true) {
                final ConsumerRecords<String, JsonDataWithSchema> records = consumer.poll(100);
                for (final ConsumerRecord<String, JsonDataWithSchema> record : records) {
                    final String key = record.key();
                    final JsonDataWithSchema value = record.value();
                    System.out.println("Received message: key = " + key + ", value = " + value);
                }
            }
        }

Producer for Kafka with PROTOBUF format

        properties.put(ProducerConfig.KEY_SERIALIZER_CLASS_CONFIG, StringSerializer.class.getName());
        properties.put(ProducerConfig.VALUE_SERIALIZER_CLASS_CONFIG, GlueSchemaRegistryKafkaSerializer.class.getName());
        properties.put(AWSSchemaRegistryConstants.DATA_FORMAT, DataFormat.PROTOBUF.name());
        properties.put(AWSSchemaRegistryConstants.AWS_REGION, "us-east-1");
        properties.put(AWSSchemaRegistryConstants.REGISTRY_NAME, "my-registry");
        properties.put(AWSSchemaRegistryConstants.SCHEMA_NAME, "protobuf-file-name.proto")

        // POJO production

        // CustomerAddress is the generated Protocol Buffers class based on the given Protobuf schema definition
        CustomerAddress customerAddress = CustomerAddress.newBuilder().build();
        
        KafkaProducer<String, CustomerAddress> producer = 
             new KafkaProducer<String, CustomerAddress>(properties);
             
        producer.send(customerAddress);
        
        // DynamicMessage production

        DynamicMesssage customerDynamicMessage = 
             DynamicMessage.newBuilder(CustomerAddress.getDescriptor()).build();

        KafkaProducer<String, DynamicMesssage> producer = 
             new KafkaProducer<String, DynamicMesssage>(properties);
        
        producer.send(customerDynamicMessage);

Consumer for Kafka with PROTOBUF format

        properties.put(ConsumerConfig.KEY_DESERIALIZER_CLASS_CONFIG, StringDeserializer.class.getName());
        properties.put(ConsumerConfig.VALUE_DESERIALIZER_CLASS_CONFIG, GlueSchemaRegistryKafkaDeserializer.class.getName());
        properties.put(AWSSchemaRegistryConstants.AWS_REGION, "us-east-1");

        // POJO consumption
        
        properties.put(AWSSchemaRegistryConstants.PROTOBUF_MESSAGE_TYPE, ProtobufMessageType.POJO.getName());
        
        KafkaConsumer<String, CustomerAddress> consumer = 
             new KafkaConsumer<String, CustomerAddress>(properties)
        
        consumer.subscribe(Collections.singletonList(topic));
        
        final ConsumerRecords<String, CustomerAddress> records = consumer.poll(10);
        records
            .stream()
            .forEach(record -> processRecord(record))
            
        // DynamicMessage consumption

        // This is optional. By default AWSSchemaRegistryConstants.PROTOBUF_MESSAGE_TYPE is set as ProtobufMessageType.DYNAMIC_MESSAGE.getName()
        properties.put(AWSSchemaRegistryConstants.PROTOBUF_MESSAGE_TYPE, ProtobufMessageType.DYNAMIC_MESSAGE.getName());
        
        KafkaConsumer<String, DynamicMessage> consumer = 
             new KafkaConsumer<String, DynamicMesssage>(properties)
        
        consumer.subscribe(Collections.singletonList(topic));
        
        final ConsumerRecords<String, DynamicMessage> records = consumer.poll(10);
        records
            .stream()
            .forEach(record -> processRecord(record))

Dealing with Specific Record (JAVA POJO) for JSON

You could use a Java POJO and pass the object as a record. We use mbknor-jackson-jsonschema to generate a JSON Schema for the POJO passed. This library can also inject additional information in the JSON Schema.

GSR Library uses the "className" to fully classified class name to deserialize back to an Object of the POJO

Example class :


@JsonSchemaDescription("This is a car")
@JsonSchemaTitle("Simple Car Schema")
@Builder
@AllArgsConstructor
@EqualsAndHashCode
// Fully qualified class name to be added to an additionally injected property
// called className for deserializer to determine which class to deserialize
// the bytes into
@JsonSchemaInject(
        strings = {@JsonSchemaString(path = "className",
                value = "com.amazonaws.services.schemaregistry.integrationtests.generators.Car")}
)
// List of annotations to help infer JSON Schema are defined by https://github.com/mbknor/mbknor-jackson-jsonSchema
public class Car {
    @JsonProperty(required = true)
    private String make;

    @JsonProperty(required = true)
    private String model;

    @JsonSchemaDefault("true")
    @JsonProperty
    public boolean used;

    @JsonSchemaInject(ints = {@JsonSchemaInt(path = "multipleOf", value = 1000)})
    @Max(200000)
    @JsonProperty
    private int miles;

    @Min(2000)
    @JsonProperty
    private int year;

    @JsonProperty
    private Date purchaseDate;

    @JsonProperty
    @JsonFormat(shape = JsonFormat.Shape.NUMBER)
    private Date listedDate;

    @JsonProperty
    private String[] owners;

    @JsonProperty
    private Collection<Float> serviceChecks;

    // Empty constructor is required by Jackson to deserialize bytes
    // into an Object of this class
    public Car() {}
}

Using AWS Glue Schema Registry with Kinesis Data Streams

Kinesis Client library (KCL) / Kinesis Producer Library (KPL): Getting started with AWS Glue Schema Registry with AWS Kinesis Data Streams

If you cannot use KCL / KPL libraries for Kinesis Data Streams integration, **See examples and integration-tests for working example with Kinesis SDK, KPL and KCL.

Using Auto-Registration

Auto-Registration allows any record produced with new schema to be automatically registered with the AWS Glue Schema Registry. The Schema is registered automatically and a new schema version is created and evolution checks are performed.

If the Schema already exists, but the schema version is new, the new schema version is created and evolution checks are performed.

Auto-Registration is disabled by default. To enable Auto-Registration, enable setting by passing the configuration to the Producer as below :

    properties.put(AWSSchemaRegistryConstants.SCHEMA_AUTO_REGISTRATION_SETTING, true); // If not passed, defaults to false

Providing Registry Name

Registry Name can be provided by setting this property -

    properties.put(AWSSchemaRegistryConstants.REGISTRY_NAME, "my-registry"); // If not passed, uses "default-registry"

Providing Schema Name

Schema Name can be provided by setting this property -

    properties.put(AWSSchemaRegistryConstants.SCHEMA_NAME, "my-schema"); // If not passed, uses transport name (topic name in case of Kafka)

Alternatively, a schema registry naming strategy implementation can be provided.

    properties.put(AWSSchemaRegistryConstants.SCHEMA_NAMING_GENERATION_CLASS,
                    "com.amazonaws.services.schemaregistry.serializers.avro.CustomerProvidedSchemaNamingStrategy");

An example test implementation class is here.

Providing Registry Description

Registry Description can be provided by setting this property -

    properties.put(AWSSchemaRegistryConstants.DESCRIPTION, "This registry is used for several purposes."); // If not passed, constructs a description

Providing Compatibility Setting for Schema

Registry Description can be provided by setting this property -

    properties.put(AWSSchemaRegistryConstants.COMPATIBILITY_SETTING, Compatibility.FULL); // Pass a compatibility mode. If not passed, uses Compatibility.BACKWARD

Using Compression

Deserialized byte array can be compressed to save on data usage over the network and storage on the topic/stream. The Consumer side using AWS Glue Schema Registry Deserializer would be able to decompress and deserialize the byte array. By default, compression is disabled. Customers can choose ZLIB as compressionType by setting up below property.

    // If not passed, defaults to no compression
    properties.put(AWSSchemaRegistryConstants.COMPRESSION_TYPE, AWSSchemaRegistryConstants.COMPRESSION.ZLIB.name());

In-Memory Cache settings

In Memory cache is used by Producer to store schema to schema version id mapping and by consumer to store schema version id to schema mapping. This cache allows Producers and Consumers to save time and hits on IO calls to Schema Registry.

The cache is available by default. However, it can be fine-tuned by providing cache specific properties.

    properties.put(AWSSchemaRegistryConstants.CACHE_TIME_TO_LIVE_MILLIS, "60000"); // If not passed, defaults to 24 Hours
    properties.put(AWSSchemaRegistryConstants.CACHE_SIZE, "100"); // Maximum number of elements in a cache - If not passed, defaults to 200

Migrating from a third party Schema Registry

To migrate to AWS Glue Schema Registry from a third party schema registry for AVRO data types for Kafka, add this property for value class along with the third party jar.

    properties.put(AWSSchemaRegistryConstants.SECONDARY_DESERAILIZER, <ThirdPartyKafkaDeserializer>);

Using Kafka Connect with AWS Glue Schema Registry

  • Clone this repo, build and copy dependencies
git clone [email protected]:awslabs/aws-glue-schema-registry.git
cd aws-glue-schema-registry
cd build-tools
mvn clean install
cd ..
mvn clean install
mvn dependency:copy-dependencies
  • Configure Kafka Connectors with following properties

When configuring Kafka Connect workers or connectors, use the value of the string constant properties in the AWSSchemaRegistryConstants class to configure the AWSKafkaAvroConverter.

    key.converter=com.amazonaws.services.schemaregistry.kafkaconnect.AWSKafkaAvroConverter
    value.converter=com.amazonaws.services.schemaregistry.kafkaconnect.AWSKafkaAvroConverter
    key.converter.region=ca-central-1
    value.converter.region=ca-central-1
    key.converter.schemaAutoRegistrationEnabled=true
    value.converter.schemaAutoRegistrationEnabled=true
    key.converter.avroRecordType=GENERIC_RECORD
    value.converter.avroRecordType=GENERIC_RECORD
    key.converter.schemaName=KeySchema
    value.converter.schemaName=ValueSchema

As Glue Schema Registry is a fully managed service by AWS, there is no notion of schema registry URLs. Name of the registry (within the same AWS account) can be optionally configured using following options. If not specified, default-registry is used.

    key.converter.registry.name=my-registry
    value.converter.registry.name=my-registry
  • Add command below to Launch mode section under kafka-run-class.sh
-cp $CLASSPATH:"<your aws glue schema registry base directory>/target/dependency/*" 

It should look like this

    # Launch mode
    if [ "x$DAEMON_MODE" = "xtrue" ]; then
      nohup "$JAVA" $KAFKA_HEAP_OPTS $KAFKA_JVM_PERFORMANCE_OPTS $KAFKA_GC_LOG_OPTS $KAFKA_JMX_OPTS $KAFKA_LOG4J_OPTS -cp $CLASSPATH:"/Users/johndoe/aws-glue-schema-registry/target/dependency/*" $KAFKA_OPTS "[email protected]" > "$CONSOLE_OUTPUT_FILE" 2>&1 < /dev/null &
    else
      exec "$JAVA" $KAFKA_HEAP_OPTS $KAFKA_JVM_PERFORMANCE_OPTS $KAFKA_GC_LOG_OPTS $KAFKA_JMX_OPTS $KAFKA_LOG4J_OPTS -cp $CLASSPATH:"/Users/johndoe/aws-glue-schema-registry/target/dependency/*" $KAFKA_OPTS "[email protected]"
    fi
  • If using bash, run the below commands to set-up your CLASSPATH in your bash_profile. (For any other shell, update the environment accordingly.)

        echo 'export GSR_LIB_BASE_DIR=<>' >>~/.bash_profile
        echo 'export GSR_LIB_VERSION=1.1.14' >>~/.bash_profile
        echo 'export KAFKA_HOME=<your kafka installation directory>' >>~/.bash_profile
        echo 'export CLASSPATH=$CLASSPATH:$GSR_LIB_BASE_DIR/avro-kafkaconnect-converter/target/schema-registry-kafkaconnect-converter-$GSR_LIB_VERSION.jar:$GSR_LIB_BASE_DIR/common/target/schema-registry-common-$GSR_LIB_VERSION.jar:$GSR_LIB_BASE_DIR/avro-serializer-deserializer/target/schema-registry-serde-$GSR_LIB_VERSION.jar' >>~/.bash_profile
        source ~/.bash_profile
    
  • (Optional) If you wish to test with a simple file source then clone the file source connector.

        git clone https://github.com/mmolimar/kafka-connect-fs.git
        cd kafka-connect-fs/
    

    Under source connector configuration(config/kafka-connect-fs.properties), edit the data format to Avro, file reader to AvroFileReader and update an example Avro object from the file path you are reading from. For example:

        fs.uris=<path to a sample avro object>
        policy.regexp=^.*\.avro$
        file_reader.class=com.github.mmolimar.kafka.connect.fs.file.reader.AvroFileReader
    

    Install source connector

        mvn clean package
        echo "export CLASSPATH=\$CLASSPATH:\"\$(find target/ -type f -name '*.jar'| grep '\-package' | tr '\n' ':')\"" >>~/.bash_profile
        source ~/.bash_profile
    

    Update the sink properties under /config/connect-file-sink.properties

    file=<output file full path>
    topics=<my topic>
    

    Start Source Connector (In this example it is file source connector)

    $KAFKA_HOME/bin/connect-standalone.sh $KAFKA_HOME/config/connect-standalone.properties config/kafka-connect-fs.properties
    

    Run Sink Connector (In this example it is file sink connector))

    $KAFKA_HOME/bin/connect-standalone.sh $KAFKA_HOME/config/connect-standalone.properties $KAFKA_HOME/config/connect-file-sink.properties
    
  • For more examples for running Kafka Connect with Avro, JSON, and Protobuf formats, refer script run-local-tests.sh under integration-tests module.

Using Kafka Streams with AWS Glue Schema Registry

Maven Dependency

<dependency>
      <groupId>software.amazon.glue</groupId>
      <artifactId>schema-registry-kafkastreams-serde</artifactId>
      <version>1.1.14</version>
</dependency>
    final Properties props = new Properties();
    props.put(StreamsConfig.APPLICATION_ID_CONFIG, "avro-streams");
    props.put(StreamsConfig.BOOTSTRAP_SERVERS_CONFIG, "localhost:9092");
    props.put(StreamsConfig.CACHE_MAX_BYTES_BUFFERING_CONFIG, 0);
    props.put(StreamsConfig.DEFAULT_KEY_SERDE_CLASS_CONFIG, Serdes.String().getClass().getName());
    props.put(StreamsConfig.DEFAULT_VALUE_SERDE_CLASS_CONFIG, AWSKafkaAvroSerDe.class.getName());
    props.put(ConsumerConfig.AUTO_OFFSET_RESET_CONFIG, "earliest");
    
    props.put(AWSSchemaRegistryConstants.AWS_REGION, "us-east-1");
    props.put(AWSSchemaRegistryConstants.SCHEMA_AUTO_REGISTRATION_SETTING, true);
    props.put(AWSSchemaRegistryConstants.AVRO_RECORD_TYPE, AvroRecordType.GENERIC_RECORD.getName());

    StreamsBuilder builder = new StreamsBuilder();
    final KStream<String, GenericRecord> source = builder.stream("avro-input");
    final KStream<String, GenericRecord> result = source
        .filter((key, value) -> !"pink".equals(String.valueOf(value.get("favorite_color"))));
        .filter((key, value) -> !"15.0".equals(String.valueOf(value.get("amount"))));
    result.to("avro-output");

    KafkaStreams streams = new KafkaStreams(builder.build(), props);
    streams.start();

Using the AWS Glue Schema Registry Flink Connector

AWS Glue Schema Registry Flink Connector for Java in this repository is not recommended. Please check out Apache Flink repository for the latest support: Avro SerializationSchema and DeserializationSchema and JSON SerializationSchema and DeserializationSchema. Protobuf integration will be followed up soon.

Maven Dependency

<dependency>
     <groupId>software.amazon.glue</groupId>
     <artifactId>schema-registry-flink-serde</artifactId>
     <version>1.1.14</version>
</dependency>

Code Example

Flink Kafka Producer with AVRO format

    String topic = "topic";
    Properties properties = new Properties();
    properties.setProperty("bootstrap.servers", "localhost:9092");
    properties.setProperty("group.id", "test");

    Map<String, Object> configs = new HashMap<>();
    configs.put(AWSSchemaRegistryConstants.AWS_REGION, "us-east-1");
    configs.put(AWSSchemaRegistryConstants.SCHEMA_AUTO_REGISTRATION_SETTING, true);

    Schema.Parser parser = new Schema.Parser();
    Schema schema = parser.parse(new File("path/to/avro/file"));

    FlinkKafkaProducer<GenericRecord> producer = new FlinkKafkaProducer<>(
            topic,
            GlueSchemaRegistryAvroSerializationSchema.forGeneric(schema, topic, configs),
            properties);
    stream.addSink(producer);

Flink Kafka Consumer with AVRO format

    String topic = "topic";
    Properties properties = new Properties();
    properties.setProperty("bootstrap.servers", "localhost:9092");
    properties.setProperty("group.id", "test");

    Map<String, Object> configs = new HashMap<>();
    configs.put(AWSSchemaRegistryConstants.AWS_REGION, "us-east-1");
    configs.put(AWSSchemaRegistryConstants.AVRO_RECORD_TYPE, AvroRecordType.GENERIC_RECORD.getName());

    Schema.Parser parser = new Schema.Parser();
    Schema schema = parser.parse(new File("path/to/avro/file"));

    FlinkKafkaConsumer<GenericRecord> consumer = new FlinkKafkaConsumer<>(
            topic,
            GlueSchemaRegistryAvroDeserializationSchema.forGeneric(schema, configs),
            properties);
    DataStream<GenericRecord> stream = env.addSource(consumer);

Security issue notifications

If you discover a potential security issue in this project we ask that you notify AWS/Amazon Security via our vulnerability reporting page. Please do not create a public github issue.

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