However, that doesn't mean that it won't work, or that we won't take and apply pull requests for those interested in contributing. If you're using this buildpack and would like to become the maintainer, we would be happy to bless your fork as superceding this version, provided you're doing so in good faith.
Installs the Confluent distribution on Heroku. While you won't be able to run ZooKeeper or Kafka on it, you could in theory run Kafka Rest on it, which is the primary purpose of this buildpack.
$ heroku create -b https://github.com/heroku/heroku-confluent-buildpack.git Creating vast-woodland-9430... done, stack is cedar-14 Buildpack set. Next release on vast-woodland-9430 will use https://github.com/heroku/heroku-confluent-buildpack.git. https://vast-woodland-9430.herokuapp.com/ | https://git.heroku.com/vast-woodland-9430.git Git remote heroku added
Now that you have an app, you can download and "install" a version
by setting up
CONFLUENT_VERSION=1.0.1, and deploying an app that
makes use of confluent.
$ heroku config:set CONFLUENT_VERSION=1.0.1 Setting config vars and restarting vast-woodland-9430... done, v3 CONFLUENT_VERSION: 1.0.1
CONFLUENT_COMPONENT=(kafka-rest|schema-registry) will also
bin/run-confluent script, which will perform the following
If you have an executable at the root of your app named
properties-generate, it will run it, with no arguments, and
redirect STDOUT to confluent.properties.
It will setup a trap to run
SIGINT, or SIGTERM.
It will then substitute
%PORT% for the value of the environment
$PORT (this enables static configuration).
It will then launch
This provides ultimate flexibility in generating your properties file from the heroku config, or through a static config file which is part of your app.
$ cat Procfile web: bin/run-confluent
Copy the snippet above into CLI.