We’re pleased to announce the next set of Choria releases, these are bug and feature releases.
We’re starting to add the concept of a Service to Choria, a Service is a special kind of Agent that rather than requiring discovery and handling multiple results will only ever have 1 response. The Agents hosted as Services will form a load balanced group with High Availability and Reliability being the focus.
We will use these to create node inventory services, configuration services for Scout and eventually also move our AAA signing over to this format so that no TCP ports are needed other than the brokers. Foundational level features are being released today, but we are still working on the big picture here.
We have recreated the long broken
choria plugin doc command and move the
choria tool generate commands also into
choria plugin, for
plugin doc invoking the
mco equivalent will call into Choria, but the old generate commands in
was too different so invoking those will now fail inviting you to invoke
choria plugin generate instead. Plugin documentation
has been reformatted to look a bit nicer and now also support generating Markdown format output.
We updated our underlying NATS Server to version 2.2.2 which brings many stability and feature improvements. The main feature is a system called JetStream that is already enabled within Choria - though more on that at a later stage as we refine our particular use cases. If you wish to explore JetStream within Choria please reach out to us on the usual community channels.
A huge feature for us is that Websocket support has landed in the NATS. Today we do not yet expose these ports in Choria but I’d love to hear from the community who would prefer this rather than our traditional TCP ports.
Read all about NATS 2.2.2 on its announcement blog post.
Special thanks to Romain Tartière for his contributions in this release.[Read More]