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I’m very happy to announce the release of Debezium 1.3.0.CR1!

As we approach the final stretch of Debezium 1.3 Final, we took this opportunity to add delegate converter support for the ByteBufferConverter and introduce a debezium-scripting module. In addition, there’s also a range of bug fixes and quite a bit of documentation polish; overall, not less than 15 issues have been resolved for this release.

I’m very happy to announce the release of Debezium 1.3.0.Beta2!

In this release we’ve improved support for column filtering for the MySQL and SQL Server connectors, and there’s a brand-new implementation for ingesting change events from Oracle, using the LogMiner package. As we’re on the home stretch towards Debezium 1.3 Final, there’s also a wide range of smaller improvements, bug fixes and documentation clarifications; overall, not less than 44 issues have been resolved for this release.

It’s my pleasure to announce the release of Debezium 1.3.0.Beta1!

This release upgrades to the recently released Apache Kafka version 2.6.0, fixes several critical bugs and comes with a renaming of the connector configuration options for selecting the tables to be captured. We’ve also released Debezium 1.2.2.Final, which is a drop-in replacement for all users of earlier 1.2.x releases.

I’m very happy to announce the release of Debezium 1.2.0.Final!

Over the last three months, the community has resolved nearly 200 issues. Key features of this release include:

  • New Kafka Connect single message transforms (SMTs) for content-based event routing and filtering; Upgrade to Apache Kafka 2.5

  • Schema change topics for the Debezium connectors for SQL Server, Db2 and Oracle

  • Support for SMTs and message converters in the Debezium embedded engine

  • Debezium Server, a brand-new runtime which allows to propagate data change events to a range of messaging infrastructures like Amazon Kinesis, Google Cloud Pub/Sub, and Apache Pulsar

  • A new column masking mode "consistent hashing", allowing to anonymize column values while still keeping them correlatable

  • New metrics for the MongoDB connector

  • Improved re-connect capability for the SQL Server connector

With great happiness I’m announcing the release of Debezium 1.2.0.Beta1!

This release brings user-facing schema change topics for the SQL Server, Db2 and Oracle connectors, a new message transformation for content-based change event routing, support for a range of array column types in Postgres and much more. We also upgraded the Debezium container images for Apache Kafka and Kafka Connect to version 2.5.0.

As it’s the answer to all questions in life, the number of issues fixed for this release is exactly 42!

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