We have recently fixed and improved some features of Apache APISIX, including optimizing the use of Prometheus, fixing the body-transformer and log-rotate plugins, and adding an annotation to allow rewriting of the response header for Apache APISIX Ingress Controller. Meanwhile, We are pleased to present Apache APISIX 3.4.0 with exciting new features and performance improvements. For more details, please read this biweekly report.
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From 6.19 to 7.02, 22 contributors submitted 35 commits for Apache APISIX. Thank you for your contributions to Apache APISIX.
We have recently fixed and improved some features, and the summary of the updates is as follows:
APISIX now allows customizing Prometheus default bucket.
Fixed the problem that body-transformer plugin cannot convert empty tables properly.
Fixed the issue that max_kept configuration of the log-rotate plugin does not work when using a custom name.
With recently added annotation, APISIX Ingress Controller now allows rewriting of response headers.
"If you want to go fast, go alone. If you want to go far, go together." The Apache APISIX Community Biweekly Report can help community members better grasp the progress of the Apache APISIX community so that everyone can participate in the Apache APISIX community.
Highlights of Recent Features
APISIX allows customizing prometheus default bucket (Contributor: jiangfucheng)
Apache APISIX Ingress Controller
- APISIX Ingress Controller adds annotation to allow rewriting of response headers (Contributor: Revolyssup)
Recent Blog Recommendations
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