The Apache Pulsar community embraced a significant milestone last month as the project witnessed its 600th contributor to the Pulsar main GitHub repository. We would like to thank everyone in the Pulsar community who contributed to this remarkable achievement.
Pulsar Virtual Summit Europe 2023: CFP Is Now Open!
We’re excited to announce that Pulsar Virtual Summit Europe 2023 will take place on Tuesday, May 23rd, 2023! We welcome your participation to help make the event a success, by submitting a talk for the event or offering sponsorship. Learn more about Pulsar Summit and the opportunities available to speak and sponsor the summit below.
What’s New in Apache Pulsar 2.11
The Apache Pulsar community releases version 2.11! 61 contributors provided feature enhancements and fixes that delivered 1617 commits. Thanks for all your contributions.
Apache Pulsar 2022 Year in Review
2022 was an incredible year for Apache Pulsar as it witnessed strong community growth with the project becoming more stable, scalable, and secure.
We are grateful to all of our community members and those in the wider open-source community who contributed to the project. They are the reasons behind every step Pulsar has made over the past year.
What’s New in Apache Pulsar 2.10.3
The Apache Pulsar community releases version 2.10.3! 50 contributors provided improvements and bug fixes that delivered 155 commits. Thanks for all your contributions.
This blog walks through the most noteworthy changes. For the complete list including all feature enhancements and bug fixes, check out the Pulsar 2.10.3 Release Notes.
Pulsar Summit Asia 2022 Recap
Since its inception in 2020, Pulsar Summit Asia has received increasing attention from both Asia and beyond. For Pulsar Summit Asia 2022, more than 1400 people from companies like Amazon, Tencent, IBM, Huawei, Dell, ByteDance, and Splunk registered for this online event to discuss the latest messaging and streaming technologies powering a wide variety of industries like education, food, gaming, e-commerce, and social media.
Before we talk about some of the Summit highlights, we would like to thank the entire Apache Pulsar community and all the friends from other open-source communities for making this event a great success! Additionally, this event would not have drawn the attention of such a broad audience without our speakers, Program Committee members, as well as community and media partners. Thank you all for your help and energy!
Announcing Conference Schedule for Pulsar Summit Asia 2022
This August, we concluded Pulsar Summit SF, our first-ever, in-person event in North America. It witnessed over 12 breakout sessions and 5 keynotes with over 200 attendees from Apple, Blizzard, IBM, Optum, Iterable, Twitter, Uber, and many more. As we could see from the conference, there is an increase in the adoption of Pulsar and growing interest in messaging and streaming. And now, we are excited to invite you to Pulsar Summit Aisa 2022 to explore the latest messaging and streaming technologies!
Held on November 19th and 20th, this two-day virtual event will feature 36 sessions by developers, engineers, architects, and technologists from ByteDance, Huawei, Tencent, Nippon Telegraph and Telephone Corporation (NTT) Software Innovation Center, Yum China, Netease, vivo, WeChat, Nutanix, StreamNative, and many more. It will include sessions on Pulsar use cases, its ecosystem, operations, and technology deep dives.
What’s New in Apache Pulsar 2.7.5
The Apache Pulsar community releases version 2.7.5! 23 contributors provided improvements and bug fixes that delivered 89 commits. Thanks for all your contributions.
The highlight of the 2.7.5 release is that it fixes some critical bugs on broker, proxy, and storage, including message/data loss, broker deadlock, and connection leak. Note that 2.7.5 is the last release of 2.7.x.
This blog walks through the most noteworthy changes. For the complete list, including all feature enhancements and bug fixes, check out the Pulsar 2.7.5 Release Notes.
Pulsar Summit Asia 2022: CFP Is Open Now!
Pulsar Summit is the conference dedicated to Apache Pulsar, and the messaging and event streaming community. The conference gathers an international audience of developers, data architects, data scientists, Apache Pulsar committers and contributors, as well as the messaging and streaming community. Together, they share experiences, exchange ideas and knowledge, and receive hands-on training sessions led by Pulsar experts.
In January this year, Pulsar Summit Asia 2021 (delayed due to the COVID-19 pandemic) featured more than 25 interactive sessions by technologists, developers, software engineers, and software architects from StreamNative, BIGO, China Mobile, Nutanix, Tencent, and more. The conference drew over 1000 attendees around the world, including attendees from top technology, internet, and media companies, such as Tencent, TikTok, Alibaba, and Microsoft.
Pulsar Summit Asia 2022 will be hosted virtually on November 19th and 20th, 2022. It is expected to cover the pivotal topics and technologies at the core of Apache Pulsar.
What’s New in Apache Pulsar 2.9.3
The Apache Pulsar community releases version 2.9.3! 50 contributors provided improvements and bug fixes that delivered 200+ commits. Thanks for all your contributions.
The highlight of the 2.9.3 release is introducing 30+ transaction fixes and improvements. Earlier-adoption users of Pulsar transactions have documented long-term use in their production environments and reported valuable findings in real applications. This provides the Pulsar community with the opportunity to make a difference.
This blog walks through the most noteworthy changes. For the complete list including all feature enhancements and bug fixes, check out the Pulsar 2.9.3 Release Notes.