VAST v3.0 is out. This release brings some major updates to the the VAST language, making it easy to write down dataflow pipelines that filter, reshape, aggregate, and enrich security event data. Think of VAST as security data pipelines plus open storage engine.
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VAST v2.4.1 improves the performance of queries when VAST is under high load, and significantly reduces the time to first result for queries with a low selectivity.
VAST v2.4 completes the switch to open storage formats, and includes an early peek at three upcoming features for VAST: A web plugin with a REST API and an integrated frontend user interface, Docker Compose configuration files for getting started with VAST faster and showing how to integrate VAST into your SOC, and new Python bindings that will make writing integrations easier and allow for using VAST with your data science libraries, like Pandas.
VAST v2.3.1 is now available. This small bugfix release
addresses an issue where compaction would hang if encountering
invalid partitions that were produced by older versions of VAST when a large
max-partition-size was set in combination with badly compressible input data.
VAST v2.3 is now available, which introduces an automatic data defragmentation capability.
We released VAST v2.2 🙌! Transforms now have a new name: pipelines. The summarize operator also underwent a facelift, making aggregation functions pluggable and allowing for assigning names to output fields.
VAST v2.1 is out! This release comes with a particular focus on performance and reducing the size of VAST databases. It brings a new utility for optimizing databases in production, allowing existing deployments to take full advantage of the improvements after upgrading.
Dear community, we are excited to announce VAST v2.0, bringing faster execution of bulk-submitted queries, improved tunability of index structures, and new configurability through environment variables.
Dear community, we are happy to announce the release of VAST v1.1.2, the latest release on the VAST v1.1 series. This release contains a fix for a race condition that could lead to VAST eventually becoming unresponsive to queries in large deployments.
Dear community, we are excited to announce VAST v1.1.1.
This release contains some important bug fixes on top of everything included in the VAST v1.1 release.
Dear community, we are excited to announce VAST v1.1, which ships with exciting new features: query language plugins to exchange the query expression frontend, and compaction as a mechanism for expressing fine-grained data retention policies and gradually aging out data instead of simply deleting it.
We are happy to announce VAST v1.0!
This release brings a new approach to software versioning for Tenzir. We laid out the semantics in detail in a new VERSIONING document.