azure eventhubs sink Azure Eventhubs Sink

Provided by: "Apache Software Foundation"

Support Level for this Kamelet is: "Preview"

Send Events to Azure Eventhubs.

The Kamelet is able to understand the following headers to be set:

  • partition / ce-partition: as the time to live of the message in the queue.

If the header won’t be set then the partition will be assigned by Eventhubs

Configuration Options

The following table summarizes the configuration options available for the azure-eventhubs-sink Kamelet:

Property Name Description Type Default Example

eventhubName *

Eventhubs Name

The eventhub name

string

namespaceName *

Eventhubs Namespace

The eventhubs namespace

string

sharedAccessKey *

Share Access Key

The key for EventHubs SAS key name

string

sharedAccessName *

Share Access Name

EventHubs SAS key name

string

Fields marked with (*) are mandatory.

Usage

This section summarizes how the azure-eventhubs-sink can be used in various contexts.

Knative Sink

The azure-eventhubs-sink Kamelet can be used as Knative sink by binding it to a Knative object.

azure-eventhubs-sink-binding.yaml
apiVersion: camel.apache.org/v1alpha1
kind: KameletBinding
metadata:
  name: azure-eventhubs-sink-binding
spec:
  source:
    ref:
      kind: InMemoryChannel
      apiVersion: messaging.knative.dev/v1
      name: mychannel
  sink:
    ref:
      kind: Kamelet
      apiVersion: camel.apache.org/v1alpha1
      name: azure-eventhubs-sink
    properties:
      eventhubName: "The Eventhubs Name"
      namespaceName: "The Eventhubs Namespace"
      sharedAccessKey: "The Share Access Key"
      sharedAccessName: "The Share Access Name"

Make sure you have Camel K installed into the Kubernetes cluster you’re connected to.

Save the azure-eventhubs-sink-binding.yaml file into your hard drive, then configure it according to your needs.

You can run the sink using the following command:

kubectl apply -f azure-eventhubs-sink-binding.yaml

Binding to Knative using the Kamel CLI:

The procedure described above can be simplified into a single execution of the kamel bind command:

kamel bind channel/mychannel azure-eventhubs-sink -p "sink.eventhubName=The Eventhubs Name" -p "sink.namespaceName=The Eventhubs Namespace" -p "sink.sharedAccessKey=The Share Access Key" -p "sink.sharedAccessName=The Share Access Name"

This will create the KameletBinding under the hood and apply it to the current namespace in the cluster.

Kafka Sink

The azure-eventhubs-sink Kamelet can be used as Kafka sink by binding it to a Kafka topic.

azure-eventhubs-sink-binding.yaml
apiVersion: camel.apache.org/v1alpha1
kind: KameletBinding
metadata:
  name: azure-eventhubs-sink-binding
spec:
  source:
    ref:
      kind: KafkaTopic
      apiVersion: kafka.strimzi.io/v1beta1
      name: my-topic
  sink:
    ref:
      kind: Kamelet
      apiVersion: camel.apache.org/v1alpha1
      name: azure-eventhubs-sink
    properties:
      eventhubName: "The Eventhubs Name"
      namespaceName: "The Eventhubs Namespace"
      sharedAccessKey: "The Share Access Key"
      sharedAccessName: "The Share Access Name"

Ensure that you’ve installed Strimzi and created a topic named my-topic in the current namespace. Make also sure you have Camel K installed into the Kubernetes cluster you’re connected to.

Save the azure-eventhubs-sink-binding.yaml file into your hard drive, then configure it according to your needs.

You can run the sink using the following command:

kubectl apply -f azure-eventhubs-sink-binding.yaml

Binding to Kafka using the Kamel CLI:

The procedure described above can be simplified into a single execution of the kamel bind command:

kamel bind kafka.strimzi.io/v1beta1:KafkaTopic:my-topic azure-eventhubs-sink -p "sink.eventhubName=The Eventhubs Name" -p "sink.namespaceName=The Eventhubs Namespace" -p "sink.sharedAccessKey=The Share Access Key" -p "sink.sharedAccessName=The Share Access Name"

This will create the KameletBinding under the hood and apply it to the current namespace in the cluster.