We're proud to announce that etcd v3.3.0 is now public! This release includes backend database improvements, data corruption checking, a new client that's more tolerant of network partitions, v2 API emulation, and many more changes.
Today we're happy to announce that Tectonic 1.8, the forthcoming release of our world-class enterprise Kubernetes platform, will ship with a catalog of industry-first Open Cloud Services. Open Cloud Services enable enterprises to deploy key infrastructure components with the ease and efficiency they've come to expect from public cloud providers, while avoiding cloud provider lock-in.
A reliable key-value store gives distributed systems a common substrate for consistent configuration and coordination. One such system is the etcd project, an open source key-value store created by CoreOS. It is the heart of many production distributed systems and is the data store for Kubernetes, among other projects.
Here at CoreOS, we're always working along with the open source community to improve and enhance etcd, a distributed key-value store created by CoreOS. For the upcoming etcd 3.3 series, one of the challenges we're tackling is improving the performance and resiliency of linearizable reads using a distributed systems technique known as leasing.
The etcd team is pleased to announce etcd 3.2.0, the latest feature release in the 3.x series. This edition has proxy improvements, boosted backend concurrency, distributed coordination services, a slimmer Go client, JWT authentication, and more.
Distributed systems commonly rely on a distributed consensus to coordinate work. Usually the systems providing distributed consensus guarantee information is delivered in order and never suffer split-brain conflicts.
A new year and a new milestone release of etcd. Hot on the heels of 17 bugfix releases to etcd 3.0, two alphas, and two release candidates, the etcd team is proud to announce etcd 3.1. This edition of etcd features performance, reliability, and API enhancements over the 3.0 series. It also introduces the first iteration of the etcd v3 gRPC proxy, a smart proxy for offloading client requests away from the core cluster.
CoreOS etcd’s first commits happened some three and a half years ago, and a lot has changed since that initial version 0 of the etcd API. etcd version 3, introduced last summer, offers a streamlined, gRPC-based API and dramatic performance improvements over both competitive solutions and its own prior versions, while maintaining the distributed reliability and rolling upgrade capabilities that make etcd manageable in production.