Release Notes for Stark & Wayne kStreams™ for PCF

These are release notes for Stark & Wayne kStreams™ for PCF.

v0.8.1

Release Date: November 17, 2017

  • Includes Apache Kafka v1.0.0
  • Some Kafka client libraries prefer to look up Kafka via ZooKeeper, so all new service bindings will now include zkPeers as a comma-separated list of ZooKeeper peers. An example of service binding credentials is:

    {
      "hostname": "10.213.10.35:9092,10.213.10.36:9092,10.213.10.34:9092",
      "topicName": "67f85c81-ee6f-4791-b169-864f2e18d929",
      "uri": "kafka://10.213.10.35:9092,10.213.10.36:9092,10.213.10.34:9092/67f85c81-ee6f-4791-b169-864f2e18d929",
      "zkPeers": "10.213.10.31:2181,10.213.10.32:2181,10.213.10.33:2181",
    }
    
  • New service plan shared for advanced users, such as Spring Cloud DataFlow, who will dynamically create topics and have their own system for sharing the topic names with producers/consumers.

  • Service broker is now run by BOSH as an instance group kafka-service-broker, and no longer run as an Pivotal Cloud Foundry application. After upgrading to v0.8.0 you can subsequently delete the old starkandwayne-kstreams-broker application:

    cf target -o system -s starkandwayne-kstreams
    cf delete starkandwayne-kstreams-broker
    cf delete-service redis-for-kafka
    
  • Service broker no longer requires Redis, nor the Pivotal Redis for PCF tile, as a dependency. It uses the existing ZooKeeper cluster for its state about service instances and their Kafka topics.

  • Several BOSH instance groups are using bpm (BOSH process manager) to containerize and run their processes.

  • Various improvements to the catalog when viewed within your Pivotal Apps Manager

v0.7.3

Release Date: November 15, 2017

  • Fix to deregistering the service broker during uninstallation

v0.7.2

Release Date: November 3, 2017

  • Initial Beta Release
Create a pull request or raise an issue on the source for this page in GitHub