Today marks a new release of KSQL, one so significant that we’re giving it a new name: ksqlDB. Like KSQL, ksqlDB remains freely available and community licensed, and you can get the code directly on GitHub. I’ll first share about what we’ve added in this release, then talk about why I think it is so important and explain the new naming.
There are two new major features we’re adding: pull queries and connector management.
This looks really interesting.