Agent (Azure) Template
It is possible to use a Kubernetes platform to manage CDC agent containers. The provided Kubernetes pod templates will allow the agent image to be retrieved from Amazon ECR and deployed to any compatible x86 Linux Kubernetes platform.
See the official documentation on Kubernetes pods for more information.
It should be understood that using the Matillion CDC Agent in a Kubernetes platform is among the more manual methods of setting up a Matillion Data Loader CDC pipeline with a great burden of knowledge on the user. This should only be attempted by users who are familiar with both Kubernetes and Azure.
The template provides a blueprint for installation that you may use verbatim, but you may need to modify it to suit your own needs and rules governing your cloud infrastructure.
This template is intended for users who are accustomed to setting up their own Kubernetes platforms and offers a degree of freedom that other templates (such as ARM) do not. As such, we cannot dictate which resources you may choose to use to build your CDC stack.
However, this template does require Azure Key Vault resources and permissions to the agent image on the ECR Public Gallery.
Azure Key Vault secrets for the following:
IAM Role for Task Execution:
The following environment variables are required by the template. This template requires you to fill in environment variables that allow Matillion Data Loader to identity the agent.
|ID_ORGANIZATION||This is provided to you by the Matillion Data Loader client when setting up a new agent.|
|ID_AGENT||This is provided to you by the Matillion Data Loader client when setting up a new agent.|
|PLATFORM_KEY_NAME||The name of the key storing your platform secret that's generated the first time you attempt to create an agent.|
|PLATFORM_KEY_PROVIDER||The service that supplies your platform key. This must be
|PLATFORM_WEBSOCKET_ENDPOINT||This value must be set to
|SECRET_PROVIDERS||The service that holds your database passwords. This must be
|AZURE_SECRET_KEY_VAULT_URL||The URL of your azure key vault. For example, https://<vault-name>.vault.azure.net|