Azure Schema Registry is a hosted schema repository service provided by Azure Event Hubs, designed to simplify schema management and data governance.
Azure Schema Registry provides:
- Schema versioning and evolution
- Kafka and AMQP client plugins for serialization and deserialization
- Role-based access control for schemas and schema groups
An overview of Azure Schema Registry can be found on the Event Hubs docs page.
Sample code can be found in implementation level folders (e.g. avro)
Each Kafka Schema Registry serializer will be backed by common code hosted in the Azure Central SDK repositories.
Base serialization implementations can be found at the following repository links by language:
- Java - azure-sdk-for-java
- C# - azure-sdk-for-dotnet
- Python - azure-sdk-for-python
- JS/TS - azure-sdk-for-js
Sample code can be found in the
/samples directories at the following links.
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