AWS Kinesis

AWS Kinesis #

Stateful Functions offers an AWS Kinesis I/O Module for reading from and writing to Kinesis streams. It is based on Apache Flink’s Kinesis connector. Kinesis is configured in the module specification of your application.

Kinesis Ingress Spec #

A Kinesis ingress defines an input point that reads records from one or more streams.

version: "3.0"

module:
  meta:
    type: remote
  spec:
    ingresses:
      - ingress:
          meta:
            type: io.statefun.kinesis/ingress
            id: com.example/users
          spec:
            awsRegion:
              type: specific
              id: eu-west-1
            startupPosition:
              type: latest
            streams:
              - stream: user-stream
                valueType: com.example/User
                targets:
                  - com.example.fn/greeter
            clientConfigProperties:
              - SocketTimeout: 9999
              - MaxConnections: 15
                type: statefun.kinesis.io/routable-protobuf-ingress
                id: example-namespace/messages

Please refer to the Kinesis client configuration documentation for the full list of available properties. Note that configuration passed using named methods will have higher precedence and overwrite their respective settings in the provided properties.

Startup Position #

The ingress allows configuring the startup position to be one of the following:

Latest (default) #

Start consuming from the latest position, i.e. head of the stream shards.

startupPosition:
  type: latest

Earlist #

Start consuming from the earliest position possible.

startupPosition:
  type: earliest

Date #

Starts from offsets that have an ingestion time larger than or equal to a specified date.

startupPosition:
  type: date
  date: 2020-02-01 04:15:00.00 Z

Kinesis Egress Spec #

A Kinesis egress defines an input point where functions can write out records to one or more streams.

version: "3.0"

module:
  meta: 
    type: remote
  spec:
    egresses:
      - egress:
          meta: 
            type: io.statefun.kinesis/egress
            id: com.example/out
          spec:
            awsRegion:
              type: specific
              id: eu-west-1
            awsCredentials:
              type: default
            maxOutstandingRecords: 9999
            clientConfigProperties:
              - ThreadingModel: POOLED
              - ThreadPoolSize: 10

Please refer to the Kinesis producer default configuration properties documentation for the full list of available properties.

AWS Region #

Both the Kinesis ingress and egress can be configured to a specific AWS region.

Default Provider Chain (default) #

Consults AWS’s default provider chain to determine the AWS region.

awsCredentials:
  type: default

Specific #

Specifies an AWS region using the region’s unique id.

awsCredentials:
  type: specific
  id: us-west-1

Custom Endpoint #

Connects to an AWS region through a non-standard AWS service endpoint. This is typically used only for development and testing purposes.

awsCredentials:
  type: custom-endpoint
  endpoint: https://localhost:4567
  id: us-west-1

AWS Credentials #

Both the Kinesis ingress and egress can be configured using standard AWS credential providers.

Default Provider Chain (default) #

Consults AWS’s default provider chain to determine the AWS credentials.

awsCredentials:
  type: default

Basic #

Specifies the AWS credentials directly with provided access key ID and secret access key strings.

awsCredentials:
  type: basic
  accessKeyId: access-key-id
  secretAccessKey: secret-access-key

Profile #

Specifies the AWS credentials using an AWS configuration profile, along with the profile’s configuration path.

awsCredentials:
  type: basic
  profileName: profile-name
  profilePath: /path/to/profile/config