Behavioral Changes in Apache Kafka
Learn about the change in certain functionality of Kafka that has resulted in a change in behavior from the previously released version to this version of Cloudera Runtime.
- JMX authentication is enabled by default for the Kafka service. Additionally random passwords are now generated for both JMX users by default.
- Previous behavior:
- JMX authentication (Enable Authenticated Communication with the JMX Agent) was disabled by default.
- New behavior:
- JMX authentication (Enable Authenticated Communication with the JMX Agent) is now enabled by default. By default random passwords are generated for both JMX users.