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I’m pleased to announce the immediate availability of Debezium 2.6.1.Final. This release is the first maintenance release that focuses on addressing several critical stability issues with the 2.6.0.Final release, including classpath loading problems with Debezium Server, MongoDB silently stops gathering changes, and a race condition with the Oracle Infinispan buffer implementation.

Let’s take a few moments and dive into these and more…​

As the team has sprung forward into action, with spring upon us, and we’re in the summer spirit, we are pleased to announce the immediate release of Debezium 2.6.0.Final. This release includes dozens of new features, bug fixes, and improvements from the valiant efforts of the team and community contributors. Overall, there were 249 issues resolved with contributions from over 56 contributors. Lets a moment and review all the changes.

As we are just a week away from Debezium 2.6.0.Final, I am pleased to announce Debezium 2.6.0.CR1, the first release candidate for the 2.6 release stream. This release includes a number of improvements, including XML support for the Oracle OpenLogReplicator adapter, TRACE level logging support for Debezium Server, configurable partition modes for Cassandra, the new Snapshot API for MongoDB and Db2, and more.

Additionally, this release includes a variety of bug fixes and several breaking changes.

Let’s take a closer look at all these changes and improvements included in Debezium 2.6.0.CR1; as always, you can find the complete list of changes for this release in the release notes. Please remember to take special note to any breaking changes that could affect your upgrade path.

As we are just one step away from the Debezium 2.5 final release, I am pleased to announce that Debezium 2.5.0.CR1 is now available. This release includes a number of improvements like AWS SQS sink for Debezium Server, INSERT/DELETE semantics for incremental snapshot watermarking, ReselectColumnsPostProcessor, uniform Oracle LOB behavior.

Additionally, this release includes a variety of bug fixes and several breaking changes.

Let’s take a closer look at all these changes and improvements included in Debezium 2.5.0.CR1; as always, you can find the complete list of changes for this release in the release notes. Please remember to take special note to any breaking changes that could affect your upgrade path.

As we begin to approach the final stretch for Debezium 2.5, I am pleased to announce that Debezium 2.5.0.Beta1 is now available. This release includes a number of improvements like support for MariaDB GTID, partitioning for Debezium Server EventHub’s sink, native RabbitMQ streams Debezium Server sink, streaming from PostgreSQL 16 stand-by databases, MySQL high-precision source timestamps, field inclusion/exclusion with JDBC sink, some additional notifications for initial snapshots, and service account support for Debezium Operator CRDs. Additionally, this release includes a variety of bug fixes and several breaking changes.

Let’s take a closer look at all these changes and improvements included in Debezium 2.5.0.Beta1; as always, you can find the complete list of changes for this release in the release notes. Please remember to take special note to any breaking changes that could affect your upgrade path.

As the year starts to come to a close, I am happy to announce the first maintenance release for the Debezium 2.4 release series, Debezium 2.4.1.Final.

While our maintenance releases focus primarily on bug fixes and stability improvements, there are a few new features we back ported from our most recent Debezium 2.5 development series. All these new features focus on the Debezium Operator for Kubernetes, so lets take a quick deep dive into those details. As always, you can find the complete list of changes for this release in the release notes.

While it has only been two short weeks since our first preview release for the Debezium 2.5 release stream, I am happy to announce the immediate availability of the next preview release, Debezium 2.5.0.Alpha2.

This release includes a variety of improvements, batch support for the JDBC Sink connector, seamless support for MongoDB documents that exceed the 16MB barrier, MySQL 8.2 compatibility, and signal improvements for SQL Server. Additionally, this release includes a variety of bug fixes and several breaking changes.

Let’s take a closer look at these changes and improvements that are included in Debezium 2.5.0.Alpha2; as always, you can find the complete list of changes for this release in the release notes. Please remember to take special note to any breaking changes that could affect your upgrade path.

It’s been about three weeks since we released Debezium 2.4, and in that time the team has been diligently working on what comes next in the evolution of Debezium. I am pleased to announce that today we have released Debezium 2.5.0.Alpha1, the first preview release of Debezium’s 2.5 release stream. This release includes many new exciting features as well as bug fixes, e.g. a brand-new IBM Informix connector, a preview support for MariaDB with the...