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Ziggurat

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Description

Ziggurat is a framework built to simplify Stream processing on Kafka. It can be used to create a full-fledged Clojure app that reads and processes messages from Kafka. Ziggurat is built with the intent to abstract out the following features

- reading messages from Kafka
- retrying failed messages via RabbitMQ
- setting up an HTTP server

Refer concepts to understand the concepts referred to in this document.

Dev Setup

(For mac users only)

  • Install Clojure: brew install clojure

  • Install leiningen: brew install leiningen

  • Run docker-compose: docker-compose up. This starts

    • Kafka on localhost:9092
    • ZooKeeper on localhost:2181
    • RabbitMQ on localhost:5672
  • Run tests: make test

Running a cluster set up locally

  • make setup-cluster This clears up the volume and starts
    • 3 Kafka brokers on localhost:9091, localhost:9092 and localhost:9093
    • Zookeeper on localhost:2181
    • RabbitMQ on localhost:5672

Running tests via a cluster

  • make test-cluster
    • This uses config.test.cluster.edn instead of config.test.edn

Usage

Add this to your project.clj

[tech.gojek/ziggurat "3.1.0"]

Please refer clojars for the latest stable version

To start a stream (a thread that reads messages from Kafka), add this to your core namespace.

(require '[ziggurat.init :as ziggurat])

(defn start-fn []
    ;; your logic that runs at startup goes here
)

(defn stop-fn []
    ;; your logic that runs at shutdown goes here
)

(defn main-fn
    [message]
    (println message)
    :success)

(def handler-fn
    (-> main-fn
      (middleware/protobuf->hash ProtoClass :stream-id)))
;; Here ProtoClass refers to the fully qualified name of the Java class which the code is used to de-serialize the message.

(ziggurat/main start-fn stop-fn {:stream-id {:handler-fn handler-fn}})

NOTE: this example assumes that the message is serialized in Protobuf format

Please refer the Middleware section for understanding handler-fn here.

  • The main-fn is the function that will be applied to every message that is read from the Kafka stream.
  • The main-fn returns a keyword which can be any of the below words
    • :success - The message was successfully processed and the stream should continue to the next message
    • :retry - The message failed to be processed and it should be retried via RabbitMQ.
    • :dead-letter - The message is not retried and is directly pushed to the dead letter queue
    • :skip - The message should be skipped without reporting its failure or retrying the message. Same as :success except that a different metric is published to track skipped messages
  • The start-fn is run at the application startup and can be used to initialize connection to databases, http clients, thread-pools, etc.
  • The stop-fn is run at shutdown and facilitates graceful shutdown, for example, releasing db connections, shutting down http servers etc.
  • Ziggurat enables reading from multiple streams and applying same/different functions to the messages. :stream-id is a unique identifier per stream. All configs, queues and metrics will be namespaced under this id.
(ziggurat/main start-fn stop-fn {:stream-id-1 {:handler-fn handler-fn-1}
                                         :stream-id-2 {:handler-fn handler-fn-2}})
(require '[ziggurat.init :as ziggurat])

(defn start-fn []
    ;; your logic that runs at startup goes here
)

(defn stop-fn []
    ;; your logic that runs at shutdown goes here
)


(defn api-handler [_request]
  {:status  200
   :headers {"Content-Type" "application/json"}
   :body    (get-resource)})

(def routes [["v1/resources" {:get api-handler}]])

(defn main-fn
    [message]
    (println message)
    :success)

(def handler-fn
    (-> main-fn
      (middleware/protobuf->hash ProtoClass :stream-id)))

(ziggurat/main start-fn stop-fn {:stream-id {:handler-fn handler-fn}} routes)

NOTE: this example assumes that the message is serialized in Protobuf format

Ziggurat also sets up a HTTP server by default and you can pass in your own routes that it will serve. The above example demonstrates how you can pass in your own route.

or

(ziggurat/main {:start-fn start-fn
                :stop-fn stop-fn
                :stream-routes {:stream-id {:handler-fn main-fn}}
                :actor-routes routes
                :modes [:api-server :stream-worker]})

This will start both api-server and stream-worker modes

There are four modes supported by ziggurat

 :api-server - Mode by which only server will be started with actor routes and management routes(Dead set management)
 :stream-worker - Only start the server plus rabbitmq for only producing the messages for retry and channels
 :worker - Starts the rabbitmq consumer for retry and channel
 :management-api - Servers only routes which used for deadset management

You can pass in multiple modes and it will start accordingly If nothing passed to modes then it will start all the modes.

Toggle streams on a running actor

Feature implementation of issue #56. Stop and start streams on a running process using nREPL. A nREPL server starts at port 7011(default) when an actor using ziggurat starts. Check ZIGGURAT_NREPL_SERVER_PORT in your config.

Connect to the shell using

lein repl :connect <host>:<port>

The functions can be accessed via the following commands to stop and start streams using their topic-entity

> (ziggurat.streams/stop-stream :booking)
> (ziggurat.streams/start-stream :booking)

where booking is the topic-entity

Middlewares in Ziggurat

Version 3.0.0 of Ziggurat introduces the support of Middleware. Old versions of Ziggurat (< 3.0) assumed that the messages read from kafka were serialized in proto-format and thus it deserialized them and passed a clojure map to the mapper-fn. We have now pulled the deserialization function into a middleware and users have the freedom to use this function to deserialize their messages or define their custom middlewares. This enables ziggurat to process messages serialized in any format.

Custom Middleware usage

The default middleware default/protobuf->hash assumes that the message is serialized in proto format.

(require '[ziggurat.init :as ziggurat])

(defn start-fn []
    ;; your logic that runs at startup goes here
)

(defn stop-fn []
    ;; your logic that runs at shutdown goes here
)

(defn main-fn
    [message]
    (println message)
    :success)

(defn wrap-middleware-fn
    [mapper-fn :stream-id]
    (fn [message]
      (println "processing message for stream: " :stream-id)
      (mapper-fn (deserialize-message message))))

(def handler-fn
    (-> main-fn
      (wrap-middleware-fn :stream-id)))

(ziggurat/main start-fn stop-fn {:stream-id {:handler-fn handler-fn}})

The handler-fn gets a serialized message from kafka and thus we need a deserialize-message function. We have provided default deserializers in Ziggurat

Deserializing JSON messages using JSON middleware

Ziggurat 3.1.0 provides a middleware to deserialize JSON messages, along with proto. It can be used like this.

(def message-handler-fn
  (-> actual-message-handler-function
      (parse-json :stream-route-config)))

Here, message-handler-fn calls parse-json with a message handler function actual-message-handler-function as the first argument and the key of a stream-route config (as defined in config.edn) as the second argument.

Publishing data to Kafka Topics using Kafka Producer API

To enable publishing data to kafka, Ziggurat provides producing support through ziggurat.producer namespace. This namespace defines methods for publishing data to Kafka topics. The methods defined here are essentially wrapper around variants of send methods defined in org.apache.kafka.clients.producer.KafkaProducer.

At the time of initialization, an instance of org.apache.kafka.clients.producer.KafkaProducer is constructed using config values provided in resources/config.edn. A producer can be configured for each of the stream-routes in config.edn. Please see the example below.

At present, only a few configurations are supported for constructing KafkaProducer. These have been explained here. Please see Producer configs for a complete list of all producer configs available in Kafka.

Ziggurat.producer namespace defines a multi-arity send function which is a thin wrapper around KafkaProducer#send. This method publishes data to a Kafka topic through a Kafka producer defined in the stream router configuration. See configuration section below.

E.g. For publishing data using a producer which is defined for the stream router config with key :default, use send like this:

(send :default "test-topic" "key" "value")

(send :default "test-topic" 1 "key" "value")

Batch Consumption using Kafka Consumer API

With Ziggurat version 3.5.1, both Kafka Streams API and Kafka Consumer API can be used to consume the messages in real time. Kafka Consumer API is an efficient way to consume messages from high throughput Kafka topics.

With Kafka Streams API, one message is processed at a time. But, with Kafka Consumer API integration in Ziggurat, a user can consume messages in bulk and can control how many messages it wants to consume at a time. This batch size can be configured using max-poll-records config https://docs.confluent.io/current/installation/configuration/consumer-configs.html#max.poll.records.

Like Streams, Ziggurat also provides the facility to specify multiple batch routes.

How to enable batch consumption in an actor?

Changes required in config.edn
:batch-routes {:restaurants-updates-to-non-personalized-es 
                {:consumer-group-id          "restaurants-updates-consumer"
                 :bootstrap-servers          "g-gojek-id-mainstream.golabs.io:6668"
                 :origin-topic               "restaurant-updates-stream"}}

A full list of supported configs is given below. These configs can be added to config.edn as per the requirements.

Call to Ziggurat Init Function
(defn -main [& args]
  (init/main {:start-fn      start
              :stop-fn       stop
              :stream-routes {:booking {:handler-fn (stream-deserializer/protobuf->hash
                                                      stream-handler
                                                      BookingLogMessage
                                                      :booking)}}
              :batch-routes  {:batch-consumer-1 {:handler-fn (batch-deserialzer/deserialize-batch-of-proto-messages
                                                               batch-handler
                                                               BookingLogKey
                                                               BookingLogMessage
                                                               :batch-consumer-1)}}
              :actor-routes  [["v1/hello" {:get get-hello}]]}))
The Batch Handler
(defn- single-message-handler
  [message]
  (log/info "Batch Message: " message))

(defn batch-handler
  [batch]
  (log/infof "Received a batch of %d messages" (count batch))
  (doseq [single-message batch]
    (single-message-handler single-message))
  (if (retry?)
    (do (log/info "Retrying the batch..")
        {:retry batch :skip []})
    {:retry [] :skip []}))
List of all the supported configs for Batch Consumption
Ziggurat Config Default Value Description Mandatory?
:bootstrap-servers NA https://kafka.apache.org/documentation/#bootstrap.servers Yes
:consumer-group-id NA https://kafka.apache.org/documentation/#group.id Yes
:origin-topic NA Kafka Topic to read data from Yes
:max-poll-records 500 https://kafka.apache.org/documentation/#max.poll.records No
:session-timeout-ms-config 60000 https://kafka.apache.org/documentation/#session.timeout.ms No
:key-deserializer-class-config "org.apache.kafka.common.serialization.ByteArrayDeserializer" https://kafka.apache.org/documentation/#key.deserializer No
:value-deserializer-class-config "org.apache.kafka.common.serialization.ByteArrayDeserializer" https://kafka.apache.org/documentation/#value.deserializer No
:poll-timeout-ms-config 1000 Timeout value used for polling with a Kafka Consumer No
:thread-count 2 Number of Kafka Consumer threads for each batch-route No
:default-api-timeout-ms 60000 https://cwiki.apache.org/confluence/display/KAFKA/KIP-266%3A+Fix+consumer+indefinite+blocking+behavior No

Connecting to a RabbitMQ cluster for retries

  • To connect to RabbitMQ clusters add the following config to your config.edn
{:ziggurat {:messaging {:constructor "ziggurat.messaging.rabbitmq-cluster-wrapper/->RabbitMQMessaging"
            :rabbit-mq-connection {:hosts "g-lambda-lambda-rabbitmq-a-01,g-lambda-lambda-rabbitmq-a-02,g-lambda-lambda-rabbitmq-a-03"
                                   :port [5672 :int]
                                   :prefetch-count  [3 :int]
                                   :username        "guest"
                                   :password        "guest"
                                   :channel-timeout [2000 :int]}}}}
  • :hosts is a comma separated values of RabbitMQ hostnames (dns-names OR IPs).
  • :port specifies the port number on which the RabbitMQ nodes are running.
  • By default, your queues and exchanges are replicated across (n+1)/2 nodes in the cluster

Exponential Backoff based Retries

In addition to linear retries, Ziggurat users can now use exponential backoff strategy for retries. This means that the message timeouts after every retry increase by a factor of 2. So, if your configured timeout is 100ms the backoffs will have timeouts as 200, 300, 700, 1500 ... These timeouts are calculated using the formula (queue-timeout-ms * ((2**exponent) - 1)) where exponent falls in this range [1,(min 25, configured-retry-count)].

The number of retries possible in this case are capped at 25.

The number of queues created in the RabbitMQ are equal to the configured-retry-count or 25, whichever is smaller.

Exponential retries can be configured as described below.

:ziggurat {:stream-router {:default {:application-id "application_name"...}}}
           :retry         {:type   [:exponential :keyword]
                           :count  [10 :int]
                           :enable [true :bool]}

Exponential retries can be configured for channels too. Additionally, a user can specify a custom queue-timeout-ms value per channel. Timeouts for exponential backoffs are calculated using queue-timeout-ms. This implies that each channel can have separate count of retries and different timeout values.

:ziggurat {:stream-router {:default {:application-id "application_name"...
                                     :channels {:channel-1 .....
                                                           :retry {:type   [:exponential :keyword]
                                                                                      :count  [10 :int]
                                                                                      :queue-timeout-ms 2000
                                                                                      :enable [true :bool]}}}}}

Tracing

Open Tracing enables to identify the amount of time spent in various stages of the work flow.

Currently, the execution of the handler function is traced. If the message consumed has the corresponding tracing headers, then the E2E life time of the message from the time of production till the time of consumption can be traced.

Tracing has been added to the following flows:

  1. Normal basic consume
  2. Retry via rabbitmq
  3. Produce to rabbitmq channel
  4. Produce to another kafka topic

By default, tracing is done via Jaeger based on the env configs. Please refer Jaeger Configuration and Jaeger Architecture to set the respective env variables. To enable custom tracer, a custom tracer provider function name can be set in :custom-provider. The corresponding function will be executed in runtime to create a tracer. In the event of any errors while executing the custom tracer provider, a Noop tracer will be created.

To enable tracing, the following config needs to be added to the config.edn under :ziggurat key.

:tracer {:enabled               [true :bool]
         :custom-provider       ""}

Example Jaeger Env Config:

JAEGER_SERVICE_NAME: "service-name"
JAEGER_AGENT_HOST: "localhost"
JAEGER_AGENT_PORT: 6831

Configuration

As of Ziggurat version 3.13.0, all the official Kafka configs Kafka configurations for Streams API, Consumer API and Producer API are supported.

All Ziggurat configs should be in your clonfig config.edn under the :ziggurat key.

{:ziggurat  {:app-name            "application_name"
            :nrepl-server         {:port [7011 :int]}
            :stream-router        {:stream-id            {:application-id                 "kafka_consumer_id"
                                                          :bootstrap-servers              "kafka-broker-1:6667,Kafka-broker-2:6667"
                                                          :stream-threads-count           [1 :int]
                                                          :origin-topic                   "kafka-topic-*"
                                                          :oldest-processed-message-in-s  [604800 :int]
                                                          :changelog-topic-replication-factor [3 :int]
                                                          :stream-thread-exception-response [:shutdown-client :keyword]
                                                          :producer   {:bootstrap-servers                     "localhost:9092"
                                                                       :acks                                  "all"
                                                                       :retries-config                        5
                                                                       :max-in-flight-requests-per-connection 5
                                                                       :enable-idempotence                    false
                                                                       :value-serializer                      "org.apache.kafka.common.serialization.StringSerializer"
                                                                       :key-serializer                        "org.apache.kafka.common.serialization.StringSerializer"}}} 
            :batch-routes         {:restaurants-updates-to-non-personalized-es
                                    {:consumer-group-id          "restaurants-updates-consumer"
                                     :bootstrap-servers          "g-gojek-id-mainstream.golabs.io:6668"
                                     :origin-topic               "restaurant-updates-stream"}}
            :ssl                  {:enabled true
                                   :ssl-keystore-location "/location/to/keystore"
                                   :ssl-keystore-password "some-password"
                                   {:jaas {:username "username"
                                           :password "password"
                                           :mechanism "SCRAM_SHA-512"}}}
            :default-api-timeout-ms-config [600000 :int]
            :statsd               {:host    "localhost"
                                   :port    [8125 :int]
                                   :enabled [false :bool]}
            :statsd               {:host    "localhost"
                                   :port    [8125 :int]
                                   :enabled [false :bool]}
            :sentry               {:enabled                   [false :bool]
                                   :dsn                       "dummy"
                                   :worker-count              [5 :int]
                                   :queue-size                [5 :int]
                                   :thread-termination-wait-s [1 :int]}
            :rabbit-mq-connection {:host            "localhost"
                                   :port            [5672 :int]
                                   :prefetch-count  [3 :int]
                                   :username        "guest"
                                   :password        "guest"
                                   :channel-timeout [2000 :int]}
            :rabbit-mq            {:delay       {:queue-name           "application_name_delay_queue"
                                                 :exchange-name        "application_name_delay_exchange"
                                                 :dead-letter-exchange "application_name_instant_exchange"
                                                 :queue-timeout-ms     [5000 :int]}
                                   :instant     {:queue-name    "application_name_instant_queue"
                                                 :exchange-name "application_name_instant_exchange"}
                                   :dead-letter {:queue-name    "application_name_dead_letter_queue"
                                                 :exchange-name "application_name_dead_letter_exchange"}}
            :retry                {:count   [5 :int]
                                   :enabled [false :bool]}
            :jobs                 {:instant {:worker-count   [4 :int]
                                             :prefetch-count [4 :int]}}
            :http-server          {:port         [8010 :int]
            :new-relic            {:report-errors [false :bool]}}}}
  • app-name - Refers to the name of the application. Used to namespace queues and metrics.

  • nrepl-server - Port on which the repl server will be hosted

  • default-api-timeout-ms-config - Specifies the timeout (in milliseconds) for client APIs. This configuration is used as the default timeout for all client operations that do not specify a timeout parameter. The recommended value for Ziggurat based apps is 600000 ms (10 minutes).

  • stream-router - Configs related to all the Kafka streams the application is reading from

    • stream-id - the identifier of a stream that was mentioned in main.clj. Hence each stream can read from different Kafka brokers and have different number of threads (depending on the throughput of the stream). A stream-id accepts all the properties (as kebab case keywords) provided by Kafka Streams API.
      • application-id - The Kafka consumer group id. Documentation
      • bootstrap-servers - The Kafka brokers that the application will read from. It accepts a comma seperated value.
      • stream-threads-count - The number of parallel threads that should read messages from Kafka. This can scale up to the number of partitions on the topic you wish to read from.
      • stream-thread-exception-response - This describes what particular action will be triggered if an uncaught exception is encountered. Possible values are :shutdown-client (default), :shutdowm-application and :replace-thread. The 3 responses are documented here.
      • origin-topic - The topic that the stream should read from. This can be a regex that enables you to read from multiple streams and handle the messages in the same way. It is to be kept in mind that the messages from different streams will be passed to the same mapper-function.
      • oldest-processed-messages-in-s - The oldest message which will be processed by stream in second. By default the value is 604800 (1 week)
      • changelog-topic-replication-factor - the internal changelog topic replication factor. By default the value is 3
      • producer - Configuration for KafkaProducer. All properties supported by Kafka Producer Config can be provided as kebab case keywords
        • bootstrap.servers - A list of host/port pairs to use for establishing the initial connection to the Kafka cluster.
        • acks - The number of acknowledgments the producer requires the leader to have received before considering a request complete. Valid values are [all, -1, 0, 1].
        • retries - Setting a value greater than zero will cause the client to resend any record whose send fails with a potentially transient error.
        • key.serializer - Serializer class for key that implements the org.apache.kafka.common.serialization.Serializer interface.
        • value.serializer - Serializer class for value that implements the org.apache.kafka.common.serialization.Serializer interface.
        • max.in.flight.requests.per.connection - The maximum number of unacknowledged requests the client will send on a single connection before blocking.
        • enable.idempotence - When set to 'true', the producer will ensure that exactly one copy of each message is written in the stream. If 'false', producer retries due to broker failures, etc., may write duplicates of the retried message in the stream.
  • batch-routes - This has been explained in the Batch Routes section above. All the properties provided with Kafka Consumer Config are accepted as kebab case keywords

  • ssl - All Kafka SSL configs and SASL configs can be provided as kebab case keywords. These configs are automatically applied to all kafka stream, kafka producer and kafka consumer objects created in Ziggurat.

  • statsd - Formerly known as datadog, The statsd host and port that metrics should be sent to.

  • sentry - Whenever a :failure keyword is returned from the mapper-function or an exception is raised while executing the mapper-function, an event is sent to sentry. You can skip this flow by disabling it.

  • rabbit-mq-connection - The details required to make a connection to rabbitmq. We use rabbitmq for the retry mechanism.

  • rabbit-mq - The queues that are part of the retry mechanism

  • retry - The number of times the message should be retried and if retry flow should be enabled or not

  • jobs - The number of consumers that should be reading from the retry queues and the prefetch count of each consumer

  • http-server - Ziggurat starts an http server by default and gives apis for ping health-check and deadset management. This defines the port and the number of threads of the http server.

  • new-relic - If report-errors is true, whenever a :failure keyword is returned from the mapper-function or an exception is raised while executing it, an error is reported to new-relic. You can skip this flow by disabling it.

Contribution

  • For dev setup and contributions please refer to CONTRIBUTING.md

License

Copyright 2018, GO-JEK Tech <http://gojek.tech>

Licensed under the Apache License, Version 2.0 (the "License");
you may not use this file except in compliance with the License.
You may obtain a copy of the License at

    http://www.apache.org/licenses/LICENSE-2.0

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