Service Limits for Red Hat OpenShift Streams for Apache Kafka

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Red Hat OpenShift Streams for Apache Kafka is currently available for Development Preview. Development Preview releases provide early access to a limited set of features that might not be fully tested and that might change in the final GA version. Users are discouraged from using Development Preview software in production or for business-critical workloads. Limited documentation is available for Development Preview releases and is typically focused on fundamental user goals.

Resource limits are enforced across the Red Hat OpenShift Streams for Apache Kafka service. Use of the service that exceeds these limits is subject to corrective action from Red Hat, including automatic throttling and account suspension.

Service limits for Development Preview

The following service limits are in place for Kafka instances created for the Development Preview.

Storage is the total cluster capacity, including replication.

Resource Limit
Ingress Up to 2 MB/s
Egress Up to 2 MB/s
Storage Up to 60 GB
Partitions Up to 100
Client connections Up to 100
Connections per second Up to 50
Message size Up to 1 MB

Total connections

The total number of connections includes internal connections and connections for broker replication, which can number up to 26.