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It’s with great excitement that I’m announcing the release of Debezium 1.1.0.Final!

About three months after the 1.0 release, this new version comes with many exciting new features such as:

It’s my pleasure to announce the release of Debezium 1.1.0.CR1!

This release brings a brand-new API module, including a facility for overriding the schema and value conversion of specific columns. The Postgres connector gained the ability to reconnect to the database after a connection loss, and the MongoDB connector supports the metrics known from other connectors now.

It’s my pleasure to announce the release of Debezium 1.1.0.Beta1!

This release adds support for transaction marker events, an incubating connector for the IBM Db2 database as well as a wide range of bug fixes. As the 1.1 release still is under active development, we’ve backported an asorted set of bug fixes to the 1.0 branch and released Debezium 1.0.1.Final, too.

At the time of writing this, not all connector archives have been synched to Maven Central yet; this should be the case within the next few others.

Did you know January 16th is National Nothing Day? It’s the one day in the year without celebrating, observing or honoring anything.

Well, normally, that is. Because we couldn’t stop ourselves from sharing the news of the Debezium 1.1.0.Alpha1 release with you! It’s the first release after Debezium 1.0, and there are some really useful features coming with it. Let’s take a closer look.

Today it’s my great pleasure to announce the availability of Debezium 1.0.0.Final!

Since the initial commit in November 2015, the Debezium community has worked tirelessly to realize the vision of building a comprehensive open-source low-latency platform for change data capture (CDC) for a variety of databases.

Within those four years, Debezium’s feature set has grown tremendously: stable, highly configurable CDC connectors for MySQL, Postgres, MongoDB and SQL Server, incubating connectors for Apache Cassandra and Oracle, facilities for transforming and routing change data events, support for design patterns such as the outbox pattern and much more. A very active and welcoming community of users, contributors and committers has formed around the project. Debezium is deployed to production at lots of organizations from all kinds of industries, some with huge installations, using hundreds of connectors to stream data changes out of thousands of databases.

The 1.0 release marks an important milestone for the project: based on all the production feedback we got from the users of the 0.x versions, we figured it’s about time to express the maturity of the four stable connectors in the version number, too.

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