Release Notes - Kuiper 0.0.3

Date: 2019/11/20

The Kuiper team would like to announce the release of Kuiper 0.0.3

Kuiper 0.0.3 is available for download.

Kuiper is a SQL based lightweight IoT analytics/streaming software running at resource constrained edge devices. This release includes several new features and bug fixes.

Website: https://www.emqx.io/products/kuiper

Github Repository: https://github.com/emqx/kuiper

Overview

Features

  • Refactor the code to support Kuiper Sink and Source extension.
  • Enhanced MQTT Sink to support AWS IoT and Azure IoT Hub. User can directly publish result to any MQTT IoT Hub by configuring Sink.
  • Enhanced MQTT Source to support secured settings. User can specifiy username, password, certifications and private key information for MQTT source.
  • HAVING clause support
  • Added Chinese document, and renamed XStream to Kuiper in all of documents.
  • Build improvement
    • Added build version number in command line tools
    • Updated Makefile, and now supports automatically build for all platforms

Bug fixes

  • #7 GROUP BY issue
  • #13 Kuiper server quits when a rule is drop

Contact

If having any problems for Kuiper, feel free to contact us through contact@emqx.io


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