The Apache IoTDB team is pleased to announce the release of Apache IoTDB
(incubating) 0.10.0.

Apache IoTDB (incubating) (Database for Internet of Things) is an
integrated data management engine designed for timeseries data. It provides
users with services for data collection, storage and analysis.

The current release is the 3rd major version of IoTDB, which provides many
new features and improvements. A part of features are as follows:

* IOTDB-217 A new GROUPBY syntax, e.g., select avg(s1) from GROUP BY ([1, 50), 5ms)
* IOTDB-220 Add hot-load configuration function
* IOTDB-292 Add load external tsfile feature
* IOTDB-298 Support new Last point query. e.g, select last * from root
* IOTDB-305 Add value filter function while executing align by device
* IOTDB-396 Support new query clause: disable align, e.g., select *
from root disable align
* IOTDB-447 Support querying non-existing measurement and constant measurement
* IOTDB-448 Add IN operation, e.g., where time in (1,2,3)
* IOTDB-456 Support GroupByFill Query, e.g., select last_value(s1)
from GROUP BY ([1, 10), 2ms) FILL(int32[previousUntilLast])
* IOTDB-497 Support Apache Flink Connector with IoTDB
* IOTDB-565 MQTT Protocol Support, disabled by default, open in
* IOTDB-588 Add tags and attributes management
* Online upgrade from 0.9.x
* Make JDBC OSGi usable and added a feature file
* Allow count timeseries group by level=x using default path
* IOTDB-700 Add OpenID Connect based JWT Access as alternative to
Username / Password
* IOTDB-715 Support previous time range in previousuntillast
* IOTDB-719 add avg_series_point_number_threshold in config
* IOTDB-734 Add Support for NaN in Double / Floats in SQL Syntax.

The full release note is available at:

The release is available for download at:

Maven artifacts for JDBC driver, session SDK, TsFile SDK, Spark-connector,
Hadoop-connector, Hive-connector and Flink-connector can be found at:

Docker image of IoTDB server can be found at:

The Apache IoTDB team



Apache IoTDB (incubating) is an effort undergoing incubation at The
Apache Software Foundation (ASF), sponsored by the Apache Incubator.
Incubation is required of all newly accepted projects until a further
review indicates that the infrastructure, communications, and decision
making process have stabilized in a manner consistent with other
successful ASF projects. While incubation status is not necessarily a
reflection of the completeness or stability of the code, it does
indicate that the project has yet to be fully endorsed by the ASF.

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