Tested Versions

Java 11+
Kafka Connect 2.x, 3.x
MySQL Database: 8.0.x, 8.2
Driver: 8.0.33
MariaDB Database: 11.1.2
Driver: 3.2.0
MongoDB Database: 5.0, 6.0, 7.0
Driver: 4.11.0
PostgreSQL Database: 10, 11, 12, 13, 14, 15, 16
Plug-ins: decoderbufs, pgoutput
Driver: 42.6.0
Oracle Database: 12c, 19c, 21c
Driver: 12.2.x, 19.x, 21.x
OpenLogReplicator: 1.3.0
SQL Server Database: 2017, 2019, 2022
Driver: 12.4.2.jre8
Cassandra 3 Database: 3.11.12
Driver: 3.11.12
Cassandra 4 Database: 4.0.2
Driver: 4.14.0
Db2 Database: 11.5
Spanner Database: 6.x
Driver: 6.x
Vitess Database: 12.0.x
Driver: 12.0.0*
* See the Vitess Connector documentation for limitations when using the connector with earlier Vitess versions
JDBC sink Databases: Db2, MySQL, Oracle, PostgreSQL, SQL Server
Informix Database: 12, 14
Driver: 4.50.10

Not compatible with your requirements? Have a look at the other series.
See the Kafka documentation for compatibility with other versions of Kafka brokers.


Documentation for this specific series can be accessed below:

What's new

For more details on breaking changes, bugfixes, and new features see the release notes.


If you need details on how to install Debezium, we've documented some of the most common ways in the installation guide.

Releases in this series

The following are all the releases/bugfixes within this series.


Post-images support for MongoDB; Oracle and MySQL grammar fixes; PostgreSQL heartbeats in WAL searching phase; Correct default character values for SQL Server; Debezium Server sinks correctly ignore tombstone events if they are not supported; HTTP sink retries on GOAWAY


GTID support for MariaDB; Native RabbitMQ Streams sink; Partitioning for EventHubs sink; Additional notifications for initial snapshot; Service account for Operator CRD; MongoDB performance and metrics improvements; Streaming from PostgreSQL 16 stand-bys; Support for high-precision source timestamps