Debezium Blog

In this blog post, we are going to discuss how Delhivery, the leading supply chain services company in India, is using Debezium to power a lot of different business use-cases ranging from driving event driven microservices, providing data integration and moving operational data to a data warehouse for real-time analytics and reporting. We will also take a look at the early mistakes we made when integrating Debezium and how we solved them so that any future users can avoid them, discuss one of the more challenging production incidents we faced and how Debezium helped ensure we could recover without any data loss. In closing, we discuss what value Debezium has provided us, areas where we believe there is a scope for improvement and how Debezium fits into our future goals.

We’re happy to announce that Debezium 0.4.1 is now available for use with Kafka Connect 0.10.1.1. This release includes several fixes for the MongoDB connector and MySQL connector, including improved support for Amazon RDS and Amazon Aurora (MySQL compatibility). See the release notes for specifics on these changes.

We’ve also updated the Debezium Docker images labelled 0.4 and latest, which we use in our tutorial.

Thanks to Jan, Horia, David, Josh, Johan, Sanjay, Saulius, and everyone in the community for their help with this release, issues, discussions, contributions, and questions!

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