Apache Presto - KAFKA Connector


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The Kafka Connector for Presto allows to access data from Apache Kafka using Presto.

Prerequisites

Download and install the latest version of the following Apache projects.

  • Apache ZooKeeper
  • Apache Kafka

Start ZooKeeper

Start ZooKeeper server using the following command.

$ bin/zookeeper-server-start.sh config/zookeeper.properties

Now, ZooKeeper starts port on 2181.

Start Kafka

Start Kafka in another terminal using the following command.

$ bin/kafka-server-start.sh config/server.properties

After kafka starts, it uses the port number 9092.

TPCH Data

Download tpch-kafka

$  curl -o kafka-tpch 
https://repo1.maven.org/maven2/de/softwareforge/kafka_tpch_0811/1.0/kafka_tpch_ 
0811-1.0.sh 

Now you have downloaded the loader from Maven central using the above command. You will get a similar response as the following.

% Total    % Received % Xferd  Average Speed   Time    Time     Time  Current 
                                 Dload  Upload   Total   Spent    Left  Speed 
  0     0    0     0    0     0      0      0 --:--:--  0:00:01 --:--:--     0  
  5 21.6M    5 1279k    0     0  83898      0  0:04:30  0:00:15  0:04:15  129k
  6 21.6M    6 1407k    0     0  86656      0  0:04:21  0:00:16  0:04:05  131k  
 24 21.6M   24 5439k    0     0   124k      0  0:02:57  0:00:43  0:02:14  175k 
 24 21.6M   24 5439k    0     0   124k      0  0:02:58  0:00:43  0:02:15  160k 
 25 21.6M   25 5736k    0     0   128k      0  0:02:52  0:00:44  0:02:08  181k 
 ………………………..

Then, make it executable using the following command,

$ chmod 755 kafka-tpch

Run tpch-kafka

Run the kafka-tpch program to preload a number of topics with tpch data using the following command.

Query

$ ./kafka-tpch load --brokers localhost:9092 --prefix tpch. --tpch-type tiny 

Result

2016-07-13T16:15:52.083+0530 INFO main io.airlift.log.Logging Logging 
to stderr
2016-07-13T16:15:52.124+0530 INFO main de.softwareforge.kafka.LoadCommand
Processing tables: [customer, orders, lineitem, part, partsupp, supplier,
nation, region]
2016-07-13T16:15:52.834+0530 INFO pool-1-thread-1
de.softwareforge.kafka.LoadCommand Loading table 'customer' into topic 'tpch.customer'...
2016-07-13T16:15:52.834+0530 INFO pool-1-thread-2
de.softwareforge.kafka.LoadCommand Loading table 'orders' into topic 'tpch.orders'...
2016-07-13T16:15:52.834+0530 INFO pool-1-thread-3
de.softwareforge.kafka.LoadCommand Loading table 'lineitem' into topic 'tpch.lineitem'...
2016-07-13T16:15:52.834+0530 INFO pool-1-thread-4
de.softwareforge.kafka.LoadCommand Loading table 'part' into topic 'tpch.part'...
………………………
……………………….

Now, Kafka tables customers,orders,supplier, etc., are loaded using tpch.

Add Config Settings

Let’s add the following Kafka connector configuration settings on Presto server.

connector.name = kafka  

kafka.nodes = localhost:9092  

kafka.table-names = tpch.customer,tpch.orders,tpch.lineitem,tpch.part,tpch.partsupp, 
tpch.supplier,tpch.nation,tpch.region  

kafka.hide-internal-columns = false 

In the above configuration, Kafka tables are loaded using Kafka-tpch program.

Start Presto CLI

Start Presto CLI using the following command,

$ ./presto --server localhost:8080 --catalog kafka —schema tpch;

Here “tpch" is a schema for Kafka connector and you will receive a response as the following.

presto:tpch>

List Tables

Following query lists out all the tables in “tpch” schema.

Query

presto:tpch> show tables;

Result

  Table 
---------- 
 customer 
 lineitem 
 nation 
 orders
 part 
 partsupp 
 region 
 supplier 

Describe Customer Table

Following query describes “customer” table.

Query

presto:tpch> describe customer; 

Result

  Column           |  Type   |                   Comment 
-------------------+---------+--------------------------------------------- 
 _partition_id     | bigint  | Partition Id 
 _partition_offset | bigint  | Offset for the message within the partition 
 _segment_start    | bigint  | Segment start offset 
 _segment_end      | bigint  | Segment end offset 
 _segment_count    | bigint  | Running message count per segment 
 _key              | varchar | Key text 
 _key_corrupt      | boolean | Key data is corrupt 
 _key_length       | bigint  | Total number of key bytes 
 _message          | varchar | Message text 
 _message_corrupt  | boolean | Message data is corrupt 
 _message_length   | bigint  | Total number of message bytes 


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