Druid 0.13.0-incubating release

We’re happy to announce the release of Apache Druid (incubating) 0.13.0!

Druid 0.13.0-incubating contains over 400 new features, performance/stability/documentation improvements, and bug fixes from 81 contributors. It is the first release of Druid in the Apache Incubator program. Major new features and improvements include:

  • native parallel batch indexing
    • automatic segment compaction
    • system schema tables
    • improved indexing task status, statistics, and error reporting
    • SQL-compatible null handling
    • result-level broker caching
    • ingestion from RDBMS
    • Bloom filter support
    • additional SQL result formats
    • additional aggregators (stringFirst/stringLast, ArrayOfDoublesSketch, HllSketch)
    • support for multiple grouping specs in groupBy query
    • mutual TLS support
    • HTTP-based worker management
    • broker backpressure
    • maxBytesInMemory ingestion tuning configuration
    • materialized views (community extension)
    • parser for Influx Line Protocol (community extension)
    • OpenTSDB emitter (community extension)

Source and binary distributions can be downloaded from: https://druid.apache.org/downloads.html

The binary distribution can also be downloaded from the community site: http://druid.io/downloads.html

Release notes are at: https://github.com/apache/incubator-druid/releases/tag/druid-0.13.0-incubating

A big thank you to all the contributors in this milestone release!

As our first release under the umbrella of the Apache Incubator - this is a big milestone. Thank you to everyone that contributed!!

Yay! That’s awesome news. Congratulations!

However, are we going to see Druid Docker image updated soon accordingly?

Looking forward to see those new features in action.

Best regards,

Shinesun

Great news. This is Amazing!

Hey Shinesun,

The Druid Docker image isn’t part of the official release process at this time so it is often not updated straight away. If you are able to do a patch to update it, it would be welcome.