[Pulsar Community Weekly Update] 2019-12-07 ~ 2019-12-20
This is the Pulsar community weekly update for 2019-12-07 ~ 2019-12-20, with updates on DotPulsar, key windowed function, Pulsar Native Go client, batch authorization of partitioned topic, API document, and so on.
[PIP-53] Daniel Blankensteiner from Danske Commodities started the email thread of contributing DotPulsar (a Pulsar client library for .NET) to Apache Pulsar.
[Documentation] Guangning E has backfilled the API documentation for old releases. Now Pulsar has provided API documentations for each release.
[Native Go Client] Xiaolong Ran has initiated a discussion of creating the first official release for Pulsar Native Go client.
[Pulsar Function] A new proposal is raised for introducing key windowed function in Pulsar Functions.
[Release] The first release candidate of Pulsar 2.5.0 release was cancelled for fixing bugs identified during voting.
[Security] Support batch authorization of partitioned topic (Release: 2.6.0).
[Broker] Pulsar broker supports advertising IPV6 address (Release: 2.5.0).
Notable Bug Fix
[Java][Client] Ensure that the same message ID is not added to UnAckedMessageTracker multiple times (Release: 2.5.0).
[Tiered Storage] Fix “s3 offloading generates huge zk txn logs in some conditions” (Release: 2.5.0).
[CLI] Make PulsarClusterMetadataSetup idempotent (Release: 2.5.0).
Event / News
[Milestone] Pulsar has attracted its 200th contributor! It is an important milestone for our community growth.
[Conference] Pulsar Summit San Francisco 2020 Call for Presentation is open.
[Conference] Paris Open Source Summit 2019 was held on Dec 10 - 11 in France. Bruno Bonnin talked about “Stream Processing with Apache Pulsar” on this conference.
[Meetup] GDG DevFest 2019 happened on Dec 8 in Beijing. Xiaolong Ran from StreamNative shared “Serverless Event Streaming with Pulsar Functions” on this meetup.
[Conference] China Technical Communication Forum 2019 was held on Dec 7 in Beijing. Yu Liu from StreamNative gave a talk about the Pulsar doc development process, how the Docs Like Code solution improves the development efficiency and quality of Pulsar docs and recent updates in the Pulsar community.
Blog / Article
The fourth chapter — Pulsar IO Connectors — is available in Pulsar in Action (by David Kjerrumgaard)
Apache Pulsar adapter for SAP PO (by Peter Ha)