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.