Confluent Schema Registry, both in Confluent Platform Enterprise and Confluent Cloud, now supports the use of data contracts. In this article, we'll walk through an example of enhancing a schema to be a full-fledged data contract.
In a modern data stack, being able to discover, understand, organize and reuse data is key to obtaining the most value from your data. These requirements have led to the […]
Schema Linking is a new feature that’s available in preview for both Confluent Cloud and Confluent Platform 7.0 and can be used to complement Cluster Linking, in order to keep […]
In the article Should You Put Several Event Types in the Same Kafka Topic?, Martin Kleppmann discusses when to combine several event types in the same topic and introduces new […]
When Confluent Schema Registry was first introduced, Apache Avro™ was initially chosen as the default format. While Avro has worked well for many users, over the years, we’ve received many […]