The Alpakka contributors are proud to present our two latest releases:
- Important fix in AWS S3 which avoids illegal requests to AWS.
- Several improvements have been backported from the master branch which is targetting Alpakka 2.0.
- The connectors built on Akka HTTP pull up its version to Akka HTTP 10.1.10.
We will continue to work on changes for Alpakka 2.0, where some will be API-breaking. Most importantly, we’ll upgrade most of the library dependencies to the current versions.
Alpakka Kafka 1.1.0
In 1.1.0 we implemented the internals of committing slightly differently which has a positive effect on high-throughput consumers.
For advanced use cases, the
committablePartitionedManualOffsetSource is now available.
As Apache Kafka is due to release version 2.4.0, we’ll try to bring in a few improvements to Alpakka Kafka and upgrade to the Kafka client 2.4 shortly after their release. If everything goes well, we’ll release Alpakka Kafka 2.0 shortly after.