Riemann 0.2.0 is ready. There’s so much left that I want to build, but this release includes a ton of changes that should improve usability for everyone, and I’m excited to announce its release.
Version 0.2.0 is a fairly major improvement in Riemann’s performance and capabilities. Many things have been solidified, expanded, or tuned, and there are a few completely new ideas as well. There are a few minor API changes, mostly to internal structure–but a few streams are involved as well. Most functions will continue to work normally, but log a deprecation notice when used.
I dedicated the past six months to working on Riemann full-time. I was fortunate to receive individual donations as well as formal contracts with Blue Mountain Capital, SevenScale, and Iovation during that time. That money gave me months of runway to help make these improvements–but even more valuable was the feedback I received from production users, big and small. I’ve used your complaints, frustrations, and ideas to plan Riemann’s roadmap, and I hope this release reflects that.