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The new etcd3 API introduces powerful new primitives that advance the system’s capabilities beyond the limits of etcd2. As part of evaluating the effectiveness of etcd3, we spent considerable effort developing distributed concurrency algorithms using the new API.

Prometheus is an open source monitoring and alerting system. Its powerful query language used to retrieve time series data can also be employed when defining alerts. Alerts actively notify users of irregular system conditions, sending messages to a variety of integrations such as Slack or PagerDuty.

Recently etcd v3.0 was released. This new version introduces a new v3 API that provides transactions, continuous event delivery, multi-versioned key-value storage, and more. Besides those features, the new etcd3 server delivers sustained high performance, as shown in various benchmarks.

Over the past few months, CoreOS has been diligently finalizing the etcd3 API beta, testing the system and working with users to make etcd even better. Today etcd v3.0.0, the distributed key value store developed by CoreOS, is available.

Today at CoreOS Fest 2016 in Berlin, we recognize the hard work of the community that helped get us where we are, and dive into the latest news about some of our most beloved projects and products, including etcd, rkt, Clair, and more.

Today we’re happy to announce the release of etcd v2.3.0, focusing on improving stability and reliability. This release also introduces an experimental implementation of the next-generation v3 API, including a client and command line tool, providing developers early access to the future of etcd.

Scalability is one of the important factors that make a successful distributed system. At CoreOS, we love Kubernetes and help drive the project forward through upstream contributions. Last November, we formed a team focused on Kubernetes scalability. We set out with a goal to test and understand Kubernetes cluster performance to gain insight into cluster behavior under large workloads and learn where there are performance issues.

Today we are releasing etcd 2.2. This new release focuses on improving the tooling and developer experience. This release introduces an experimental demo of the next-generation v3 API, a new Go etcd client, and active cluster connectivity checking.

After months of focused work, etcd 2.1 has been released. Since the etcd 2.0 release in January, the team has gathered a ton of valuable feedback from real-world environments. And based on that feedback, this release introduces: authentication/authorization APIs, new metric endpoints, improved transportation stability, increased performance between etcd servers, and enhanced cluster stability.

This week marks a particularly special milestone for etcd2. Beginning today, etcd2 will be available in the CoreOS Linux Stable channel. This means that everyone will now be able to take advantage of etcd2, which we launched earlier this year.

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