Changelog

This is the list of user-facing changes for Mirabelle.

v0.10.0

Breaking changes

  • The websocket server has been merged with the HTTP server
  • Percentiles stream: returns quantiles as string
  • InfluxDB I/O refactoring
  • fixed-time-window: to not send empty windows anymore
  • ssort: no delay by default

New features

  • Prometheus remote write support on the HTTP server
  • New actions: coll-increase, smax, smin, aggr-max, aggr-min, extract
  • Support a :delay option on ssort and fixed-time-window actions

v0.9.0

Fix a bug in the mirabelle graphviz command.

v0.8.0

  • Removal of the “disk queue” feature: I was not happy about it
  • mirabelle graphviz subcommand to generate graphical representations of streams
  • Add the stream name in all actions logging events
  • Basic auth support for the HTTP server

v0.7.0

  • Add /health endpoint. Both /health and /healthz return the same thing.
  • Improve websocket error messages on bad queries.
  • Improve error messages in test mode.
  • Add the ability to persist on the file system streams created through the API. It can be enabled by setting persist to true in the stream configuration.
  • Add coll-where action. This action can be used to filter a list of events based on a condition.
  • Add coll-sort action, which can be used to sort a collection of events based on a field.
  • Add moving-time-window action. This window always return the events which arrived the last duration seconds.
  • Add ssort action. This action buffers events for some time and send them one by one sorted to downstream actions. It can be a nice way to tolerate some late events in streams.
  • Allow nesting :or add and values in conditions. For example [:and [:or [:= :service "foo"] [:= :service "bar"]] [:> :metric 1]] is now a value condition.

v0.6.0

  • Fix default action.
  • Use maps instead of plain values for all actions dealing with internal states.
  • Add aggr-sum action, which can be used to sum over time events.

v0.5.0

  • Elasticsearch I/O
  • Force the use of the #secret reader for sensitive information in I/O
  • throttle: add a second parameter to specify the number of events to keep
  • use aero to load the configuration and support aero profiles
  • include action, which can be used to reuse part of configurations in streams
  • Improve error messages
  • Add a new :native? parameter to the TCP server to enable epoll/kqueue on Netty.

v0.4.0

  • keep-keys action
  • Pagerduty: avoid local timezone (thanks Toby McLaughlin)
  • Small perf optimizations

v0.3.0

  • Mirabelle now build one index per stream.
  • All actions reinjecting events into streams (reaper, reinject!) now reinject events by default on the current stream
  • reaper action: add a mandatory “interval” parameter to expire events.

v0.1.0

First release ;)