I’m excited to announce the release of Debezium 1.9.1.Final!
This release primarily focuses on bugfixes and stability concerns after the 1.9.0.Final release.
The engineering team at Shopify recently improved the Debezium MySQL connector so that it supports incremental snapshotting for databases without write access by the connector, which is required when pointing Debezium to read-only replicas. In addition, the Debezium MySQL connector now also allows schema changes during an incremental snapshot. This blog post explains the implementation details of those features.
I am very happy to share the news that Debezium 1.9.0.Final has been released!
Besides the usual set of bug fixes and improvements, key features of this release are support for Apache Cassandra 4, multi-database support for the Debezium connector for SQL Server, the ability to use Debezium Server as a Knative event source, as well as many improvements to the integration of Debezium Server with Redis Streams.
Exactly 276 issues have been fixed by the community for the 1.9 release; a big thank you to each and everyone who helped to make this happen!
I am happy to announce the release of Debezium 1.9.0.CR1!
Besides a range of bugfixes, this release brings the long-awaited support for Apache Cassandra 4! Overall, 52 issues have been fixed for this release.
Let’s take a closer look at both the Cassandra 3 changes & Cassandra 4 support.
Hi everyone, my name is Vojtěch Juránek and I recently joined the Debezium team.
Most of my professional IT career I’ve spent at Red Hat. I have a background in particle physics, but I did quite a lot programming even before joining Red Hat, when working on simulations of high-energy particle collisions and their data analysis. The science is by default open and all software I was using was open source as well. Here started my love for open source.