Release date: Jan 3, 2024

  • Introducing new connectors: Redis (a key-value database) and Memphis sink connectors are now available.

  • Data exchange: key-based message routing

  • Enhanced control for cloud users over the garbage collection of disconnected clients.

  • Consumer client garbage collection will preserve offset management, even if all consumers are disconnected.

  • Role-Based Access Control (RBAC) implemented for client-type users.

  • Memphis CLI now includes features to run benchmarks.

  • The user interface will display notifications for clients that require SDK version updates.

  • A dark mode feature has been added for a better UI experience.

  • Memphis Functions has entered its Beta phase.

  • Updates to SDK versions: Node.js SDK has been updated to version 1.3.0, Go SDK to 1.3.0, Python SDK to 1.3.0, and .Net SDK to 0.7.0.

  • Resolved an issue where creating a schema from the SDK did not generate a new version when the schema already existed.

  • Fixed a bug where resending unacknowledged messages from the UI resulted in sending the message twice to Node.js-based clients.

  • Corrected a problem where defining a station with more than one partition as a dead-letter queue for another station was previously not feasible.

  • Clients using older versions may encounter difficulties when attempting to connect with a user account that has restricted access to stations (due to Role-Based Access Control).

  • Authentication using connection tokens for the broker is currently non-functional.

  • The Memphis GUI becomes unresponsive when storage capacity hits 100%, and remains so until the storage is reduced by at least 10%.

  • Establishing a connection with the broker is slower when connecting via localhost (using port forwarding).

  • The Slack integration occasionally hits the API rate limit set by Slack, resulting in the loss of some notifications.

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