The Grainite 2314.1 release is a limited production ready (PR) release meant for Grainite Design Partners. This release is suitable for continued application development, production deployments and creation of operational practices for Grainite Clusters.

New Features:

  • Python support (Early Access): So far, Grainite has had support for Java with a native client library as well as server-side support for writing action handlers in Java. We are now pleased to announce the early access release of the Python client library and action handler support. A sample application is available in our samples repository.

  • AKS (Azure) deployment: The Grainite scripts package now includes Terraform scripts for creating a Grainite cluster on Azure’s AKS. Instructions can be found here.

Known Issues:

  • Affects only single node development instances, not clusters: after a large amount of data has been ingested (approximately over 5GB) of events, if the Grainite container is restarted, topic dump may hang. The workaround if this issue is encountered would be to delete accumulated data by running rm -rf <path to dx directory>


  • Because of incorrect CPU pacing, tasks were not being invoked in higher load scenarios.

  • Stability and performance fixes.

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