This Week in Fluvio #56
Fluvio is a distributed, programmable streaming platform written in Rust.
Big updates are on the verge of being released this week. Fluvio 0.10.14 is going to have some awesome updates!
This week hase been great with our efforts aligning towards our next release.
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We are testing timestamp access and manipulation in the transformation smart modules. This would complement our lookback functionality to look at the past data, and deduplication on read. We are so close to exactly once delivery guarantees with on stream deduplication based on user defined keys.
Our biggest update that is in the works is an engine that powers unbounded stateful processing in our platform.
This is a big step towards our vision for a composable unified stateful stream processing platform.
We have been working on running our coure stream processor at the edge to support ARM based sensors with limited memory and we brought back the raspberry pi out of our shelves and working on a demo.
We are also working on lean implementations of our runtime and control plane to build the foundations to support issues of data privacy and data sovereignty with hybrid deployment patterns.
We are hiring!
That’s all folks. until next week.
For the full list of changes this week, be sure to check out our CHANGELOG.