Today, we are excited to release Meltano version 1.79.0, which:
- adds full support for tap selection metadata as specified by the Singer Spec, including metadata for
- improves performance for Targets which use batched sink operations (thanks, Pat Nadolny!)
- fixed a bug causing targets to emit an invalid STATE payload (thanks, Pat Nadolny!)
- fixed a bug where replication key signposts were not applied correctly for streams which defined them
That sounds great! What’s next?
Over the coming months, we will continue to work towards our 1.0 SDK release. If you have any thoughts on what would make the 1.0 release most impactful to you and your teams, please add your comments here in the issue or in any of our Slack channels noted below.
Also, in addition to ongoing improvements towards 1.0, with our September roadmap we announced our plan to provide built-in SDK support for the new BATCH message types, which will significantly improve throughput between taps and targets by allowing files to be passed directly from source to destination when possible, instead of passing individual records. If you are interested in this feature, we encourage you to join our office hours and/or post your comments to the issue on Gitlab.
Join the conversation
As always, you can find us on Slack in the channels #singer-tap-development and #singer-target-development. You can also join the conversation every Wednesday in our weekly Office Hours.
Hope to see you soon!