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Hello everyone!

This is a much-anticipated release. In the future, we will strive to avoid accumulating such a large number of changes. We will code frequently, ship frequently, and release frequently!

Noteworthy Changes

  • Every database engine now benefits from failover storage. This technique can save the day if one of the storage systems goes down. However, do not forget to monitor them anyway.
  • For Postgres, we have a WAL archiving daemon available. Its primary purpose is to improve the efficiency of parallel archiving. Additionally, WAL-G supports the partial restoration of a cluster. If you have large, unnecessary tables, you can exclude them from the restoration process, the Postgres will skip over the WAL records for these tables.
  • Greenplum's PITR (Point-in-Time Recovery) is undergoing its maturation process. Partial restore is supported in a similar way to Postgres. We now have tools to verify the integrity of AO\AOCS files in storage without actually restoring backups. This technique is necessary to ensure developers can sleep well, as Greenplum backups are relatively new, and extra precautions need to be taken to ensure they are safe and reliable.
  • MongoDB backups can now benefit from binary backups, which significantly reduce the impact of backups on a running workload.
  • MySQL now supports incremental backups, also known as delta backups. However, this feature is still in beta mode and the API may change in the future.
  • Also, we now have beta support for etcd. Changes necessary for real PITR have not yet been merged into etcd, and can be found at etcd-io/etcd#17233.

Detailed changes log

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Full Changelog: v2.0.1...v3.0.0