Just in time for the holidays, the VMware Event Broker Appliance (VEBA) team is excited to announce our latest v0.5.0 release, which is also our last planned release of the year. 2020 has been a very difficult year for everyone, but looking at the positives, we could not have been happier with the engagement and community contributions that we have received from our user base. I just want to say, THANK YOU to everyone who has used and have shared their feedback on VEBA. We have so much more planned for 2021, cannot wait to share with the community!
While reviewing some of the GitHub commits (changes) for the v0.5.0 release, I had noticed the number of commits in this release has even surpassed our very first v0.1.0 release back in November of last year.
Here is a quick recap of all 6 VEBA releases:
- v0.1.0 (11/25/19) - 351 commits
- v0.2.0 (01/23/20) - 311 commits
- v0.3.0 (03/10/20) - 252 commits
- v0.4.0 (05/11/20) - 191 commits
- v0.4.1 (06/10/20) - 141 commits
- v0.5.0 (11/25/20) - 356 commits
Let’s now take a look at what is new with the v0.5.0 release.