KSQL UDFs

Mitch Seymour takes us through user-defined functions in Kafka’s flavor of SQL:

One of KSQL’s most powerful features is allowing users to build their own KSQL functions for processing real-time streams of data. These functions can be invoked on individual messages (user-defined functions or UDFs) or used to perform aggregations on groups of messages (user-defined aggregate functions or UDAFs).

The previous blog post How to Build a UDF and/or UDAF in KSQL 5.0 discussed some key steps for building and deploying a custom KSQL UDF/UDAF. Now with Confluent Platform 5.3.0, creating custom KSQL functions is even easier when you leverage Maven, a tool for building and managing dependencies in Java projects.

Read on to see just how easy it is.

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