Connecting To Kafka Via SSL

Harikiran Nayak shows how to work with secure Kafka connections:

First, the Kafka broker must be configured to accept client connections over SSL. Please refer to the Apache Kafka Documentation to configure your broker. If your Kafka cluster is already SSL-enabled, you can look up the port number in your Kafka broker configuration file (or the broker logs). Look for the listeners=SSL://host.name:port configuration option. To ensure that the Kafka broker is correctly configured to accept SSL connections, run the following command from the same host that you are running SDC on. If SDC is running from within a docker container, log in to that docker container and run the command.

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