This tutorial demonstrates how to use Debezium to capture updates in a MySQL database. As the data in the database changes, you can see the resulting event streams.
In this tutorial, you start the Debezium services in OpenShift, run a MySQL database server with a simple example database, and use Debezium to capture changes in the database.
Access to an OpenShift Container Platform 4.x cluster with
The AMQ Streams 2021.q3 OpenShift installation and example files
You can download these files from the AMQ Streams download site.
The Debezium MySQL Connector 1.5.
You can download these files from the Red Hat Integration download site.
These prerequisites apply to the MySQL connector. Other Debezium connectors may have different prerequisites.
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