I’d like to say I’m using cp-all-in-one, but some how did not work for me. could not get things working, as for the labs I was trying to do.
but in the end got the kafka-to-elastic working thats part of demo-scene drop.
I did add the control-centre to the docker-compose.yml.
now want to add the datagen container. planning on using the below, as pulled from the cp-all-in-one docker-compose.yml.
question though, never having interfaced with dotage before.
how do I interface with it, looking at the newest video by Confluent/Elastic they manage it as a connector, where they decide what type of data to generate, etc, adding this as a datagen image, does not make me think I will interface with it as if it is a connector.
ksql-datagen: image: confluentinc/ksqldb-examples:6.2.0 hostname: ksql-datagen container_name: ksql-datagen depends_on: - ksqldb-server - broker - schema-registry - connect command: "bash -c 'echo Waiting for Kafka to be ready... && \ cub kafka-ready -b broker:29092 1 40 && \ echo Waiting for Confluent Schema Registry to be ready... && \ cub sr-ready schema-registry 8081 40 && \ echo Waiting a few seconds for topic creation to finish... && \ sleep 11 && \ tail -f /dev/null'" environment: KSQL_CONFIG_DIR: "/etc/ksql" STREAMS_BOOTSTRAP_SERVERS: broker:29092 STREAMS_SCHEMA_REGISTRY_HOST: schema-registry STREAMS_SCHEMA_REGISTRY_PORT: 8081