This is the start of a two part series on how we want to bring StreamPipes closer to the edge. The first part describes how we managed to build and deploy StreamPipes on one Raspberry Pi (Model 4), while the second part further covers how to deploy StreamPipes over a Kubernetes cluster of two Raspberry Pi's via K3s using our StreamPipes helm chart.
Great news: StreamPipes is moving to the Apache Incubator!
We are happy to announce StreamPipes version 0.65.0! This release brings performance improvements related to the installation process and further reduces the minimum hardware requirements to run StreamPipes.
Usually, we try to publish a new StreamPipes release every three months. But after attending a very exciting ApacheCon last week, where we worked with some Apache communities on a few really cool new features, we decided to release these features as soon as possible. So here's StreamPipes 0.64.0!
StreamPipes version 0.63.0 has been released! Following our release plan to alternate between user-faced and backend-oriented releases, this release contains many (more than 70) features and improvements, mainly on the backend side. The new version is available on Docker Hub and can be downloaded using our installer.
StreamPipes version 0.62.0 has been released! While the last version brought many features under the hood, this new version totally focuses on features and improvements visible to end users. The new version is available on Docker Hub and can be downloaded using our installer.
We are proud to release StreamPipes version 0.61.0, which brings many improvements and some exciting new features that simplify pipeline development! The new version, which is already available on Docker Hub and can be downloaded using our installer brings over 20 improvements. Under the hood, a reworked event model simplifies the development of new pipeline elements using the built-in SDK.
In this blog post, we show how we developed a CLI tool to install and manage StreamPipes. In addition, we present a template project that enables you to easily create a CLI tool for your own docker application. All you need is a working docker-compose.yml file.
It's been a while since our last blog post. However, in the background we are working hard to release the next version of StreamPipes which is currently in the final phase. In this post, we'd like to give you a preview of the upcoming StreamPipes version 0.60.0, which brings many new features and improvements.
Data is the new oil. Probably everybody of you has heard or read this sentence before. It is often stated how important data and data understanding is for companies today. But what does this actually mean? How does the data look like that is produced by your machines and systems? And how can we solve the big challenge to turn this raw data into insights that can be understood by humans?