RapidAPI allows you to publish Kafka APIs on the API Hub. With Kafka APIs, developers can discover Kafka topics and explore topic schemas and configurations. They can also consume and produce (if enabled) records from their browser.
To add a Kafka API, click Add New API on the Provider Dashboard (My APIs) and select Kafka as the API type.
After adding the API, click on the API Specs tab and enter the host:port pairs for one or more bootstrap servers. You have options to enable TLS/SSL and select from the available authentication options.
- None (default)
You can connect to a schema registry to display topic schemas on the API Hub. The following schema types are supported:
- JSON Schema
Currently, RapidAPI supports the Topic Name strategy as the Subject Name Strategy.
You can either enable or disable producing records from the API Hub. This is useful when initially creating a topic or for debugging.
Like other APIs, when you first create a Kafka API, it is private. Only you (if created in your personal context), or your team (if created in a team context) can access the API on the API Hub.
To invite other users, teams, or organizations to access your private API on the API Hub, click on Global Settings, select user, team, or organization and then search for, select, and click invite your API consumer.
Details for consuming Kafka APIs are available at: Consuming Kafka APIs (Beta).
Updated about 1 month ago