Below you can find the overview of the features contained in the ADS Command Center (ADSCC) UI.
This is the first window the user sees at the start of an ADSCC session. In order to access to ADSCC, you are prompted to enter your credentials (login and password) in the corresponding fields. After you entered your credentials, click Sign in.
This is the window that the user sees after logging into ADSCC. The main window contains four sections:
Authorization section is located at the top of the screen.
Information section is located in the upper half of the screen.
Search section is located in the middle of the screen.
The cluster management section is located in the lower half of the screen.
All subsections and their contents are described in detail below.
The authorization section contains:
icon to exit ADSCC or change user;
icon to open the username under which the session was logged in.
The information section contains data on the percentage of the number of clusters in the online and offline state. The data is presented in graphical form. Also in this section is available a list of the latest clusters with which work was carried out.
In this section, you can search for clusters by the entered designation. You can also set filters to search — cluster states.
As a result of the search, clusters matching the search conditions will appear in the cluster management section.
Cluster management section
This section selects a cluster for management. Here it is also possible to set filters — cluster states for sampling. To create a selection, click on the + sign next to the section name Manage clusters.
To manage a cluster, in the cluster management section click on the name of the desired cluster.
Next, a window opens with the available functionality for this cluster. At the moment, the functionality is available only for working with the Kafka Connect service. If this service is installed in this cluster, it becomes possible to go to the cluster to create connectors.
Next, the list of created connectors becomes available for viewing, if any, as well as the Create Connector button for creating new connectors.
To create a connector, do the following:
Click Create Connector.Kafka Connect connector list pageKafka Connect connector list page
Next, a window opens for selecting a connector to create.
Select the desired connector.List of Kafka Connect connectorsList of Kafka Connect connectors
The following connectors are available for use:
FileStreamSinkConnector — connector designed to read data from Kafka and output it to a local file.
FileStreamSourceConnector — connector designed to read data from a file and send it to Kafka.
MirrorCheckpointConnector, MirrorHeartbeatConnector, MirrorSourceConnector — connectors designed to replicate topics using the Mirror Maker 2 mechanism. For more information on working with these connectors in ADSCC, see Mirror Maker 2 in ADSCC.
Next, fill in the connector configuration in the window that opens. You can use populating the config as a JSON file. To do this, turn on the corresponding switch.Connector configurationConnector configurationСonnector JSON configuration file.Сonnector JSON configuration file
After filling, click Save configuration and get a message about the successful creation of the connector.Message about the successful creation of the connectorMessage about the successful creation of the connector
Check that the Connectors for ads page displays the created connectors and their status is working.Created connectorsCreated connectors