2023-07-14: Released build 1.7.1-1508: bug fixes for SQL Server
2023-06-06: Released build 1.7.1-1468: bug fixes for MySQL
2023-05-24: Released build 1.7.1-1457: small enhancements and bug fixes for Cassandra
2023-05-11: Released version 1.7.0-1448
This version introduces full support for Cassandra and compatible databases such as Amazon Keyspaces, Azure Cosmos DB, and ScyllaDB.
This version also includes several bug fixes for MySQL, Postgres and MongoDB.
2023-02-14: Released build 1.4.1-1320 with support for Mac M1/M2 and MySQL character encoding fixes
2023-01-15: Released version 1.3.2-1267
This version introduces batch result sets for Postgres and MSSQL, and fixes a few bugs.
2022-12-11: Released build 1.3.0-1236 with MySQL result set batches
2022-11-17: Released version 1.3.0-1217
In addition to a number of bug fixes, Gallium Data now has a new connector for HTTP, meant mostly for REST/JSON, but capable of far more. See the tutorial for a look at its capabilities.
2022-06-15: Released version 1.2.1-1028
This release fixes a bug in the handling of SQL Server SMP (session multiplexing protocol).
2022-04-18: Released version 1.2.0-983
This release adds support for the Redis database.
It also adds support for PKCS#1-encoded private keys, so you don't need to translate the key to the PKCS#8 format.
Also, changes to crypto data like private keys and certificates now take effect on deployment and no longer require a restart.
2022-03-29: Released version 1.1.0-957
This release fixes several bugs, and was upgraded to GraalVM 22.0.
2021-12-19: Released version 1.0.3-823
This release uses log4j2 2.17.0, thus avoiding CVE-2021-45105. This is update is somewhat less critical than the last one, but all users are advised to upgrade to this image as soon as practicable.
2021-10-07: Support for Microsoft SQL Server added
This release includes full support for Microsoft SQL Server 2012 and all later versions, on-premise or in the cloud.
2021-06-28: Support for MySQL added
This release includes support for MySQL 5.0 and above, on-premise or in the cloud, along with compatible databases like MariaDB.
2021-06-02: Support for DNS added
This support allows users to proxy DNS servers and manipulate DNS traffic.
2021-02-03: Support for MongoDB added
This release includes support for MongoDB 3.x and above, on-premise or in the cloud.
2020-10-16: Initial release with support for PostgreSQL
This release includes support for all editions of PostgreSQL 9.x and above, on-premise or in the cloud, along with compatible databases like CockroachDB.