Kafka Connectors Tests
An independent set of tests for various Kafka Connect connectors.
Most recent test reports are available at https://coyote.landoop.com/connect/
We setup and test various connectors in a pragmatic environment. That is we spawn at least a broker, a zookeeper instance, a schema registry, a connect distributed instance and any other software needed (e.g elasticsearch, redis, cassandra) in docker containers and then perform tests using standard tools. This practice permits us to verify that a connector does work, as well as provide a basic example of how to setup and test it. Advanced tests verify how the connector performs in special cases.
To achieve this we use our in-house developed —open source— tools coupled with docker-compose. The main testing tool is Coyote, which takes yml files describing the test process and performs each step logging output, errors and other information. Our fast-data-dev docker image is used as a reference Confluent Platform installation.
Run the tests
To run the tests on your computer you need coyote, docker and docker-compose.
You can grab coyote from our
release page or built it yourself
go get github.com/landoop/coyote. For the installation of docker and
docker-compose we will have to refer you to
Once you install all the tools, just enter into a test directory and run:
Wait a few minutes for coyote to finish and it will produce a
with the test's report.
Coyote uses its exit code to indicate the numbers of tests that failed, thus an
error code from coyote doesn't usually show a problem into coyote itself.