Wallaroo v0.5.2 Release Notes

Release Date: 2018-08-24 // over 3 years ago
  • πŸš€ Release Notes

    πŸš€ This is a patch level release that expands our available installation options and supported Linux distributions. This release does not include any changes to Wallaroo and so there is no need to upgrade to it from Wallaroo 0.5.1.

    πŸ†“ Feel free to use the table of contents below to help you navigate to sections you might find relevant.

    Table of Contents

    1. Added
      • Wallaroo Up
      • Additional Wallaroo Go Environment Support
    2. CHANGELOG

    βž• Added

    Wallaroo Up

    We have introduced a new way to get started with Wallaroo: Wallaroo Up

    🐧 Wallaroo Up is a shell script that automates the from-source install of Wallaroo on multiple Linux distributions. Wallaroo Up came out of our desire simplify and ease the process of getting started with Wallaroo. We heard from many of you that setting up Wallaroo could be daunting. Wallaroo Up is our first step in towards streamlining the Wallaroo installation process.

    βœ… Wallaroo Up has been tested on:

    • Ubuntu Trusty
    • Ubuntu Xenial
    • Ubuntu Bionic
    • Fedora 28
    • CentOS 7
    • Debian Stretch

    βž• Additionally, Wallaroo Up hasn't been tested on but should work on:

    • Ubuntu Artful
    • Debian Jessie
    • βœ… Debian Buster (Testing)
    • 🐧 Red Hat Enterprise Linux 7
    • Fedora 26
    • Fedora 27

    We hope this makes it easier for you to get started with Wallaroo. In all cases above, if you run into issues, please reach out to us! We’re available on twitter, IRC, Github, by email, or our mailing list. We love questions!

    πŸ“„ For more information on installing Wallaroo Python with Wallaroo Up, take a look at: https://wallaroo-docs-rc.netlify.com/book/getting-started/wallaroo-up.html

    πŸ“„ For more information on installing Wallaroo Go with Wallaroo Up, take a look at: https://docs.wallaroolabs.com/book/go/getting-started/wallaroo-up.html

    βž• Additional Wallaroo Go Environment Support

    Vagrant for Wallaroo Go

    🐧 We have added the ability for you to try out Wallaroo Go using Vagrant (on Windows, Mac and Linux). For more information, take a look at: https://docs.wallaroolabs.com/book/go/getting-started/vagrant-setup.html

    🐳 Docker for Wallaroo Go

    🐧 We have added the ability for you to try out Wallaroo Go using Docker (on Windows, Mac and Linux). For more information, take a look at: https://docs.wallaroolabs.com/book/go/getting-started/docker-setup.html

    πŸ”„ CHANGELOG

    [0.5.2] - 2018-08-24

    βž• Added

    • βž• Added Wallaroo Up to automate development environment setup on multiple Linux distributions
    • βž• Added support for Fedora 28, CentOS 7, and Debian Stretch Linux distributions via Wallaroo Up
    • βž• Added Vagrant as an option for trying out the Wallaroo Go
    • βž• Added Docker as an option for trying out the Wallaroo Go