ReductStore v1.2.0 Released

Dec 19, 2022. | By: Alexey Timin

Hello, everyone!

We’re excited to announce the release of ReductStore v1.2.0. In this update, we’ve made some important changes to improve the way tokens and buckets are managed. Specifically, when you create a new token, the database will now check to ensure that the buckets specified in the token’s permissions actually exist. This will help prevent errors and ensure that users have the proper access to the appropriate buckets.

We’ve also added a new endpoint, GET /api/v1/me, which allows users to retrieve their current permissions. This can be useful for checking what actions a user is allowed to perform, or for debugging purposes.

In addition to these changes, we’ve made a few updates to the branding of the project. As you may know, ReductStore was previously known as Reduct Storage. We decided to rename the project to ReductStore in order to have a shorter name and a cool domain (https://reduct.store).

We hope these updates will improve your experience with ReductStore. As always, if you have any questions or feedback, don’t hesitate to reach out in Discord or by opening a discussion on GitHub.

Thank you for using ReductStore!

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ReductStore is a time series database designed specifically for storing and managing large amounts of blob data. It has high performance for writing and real-time querying, making it suitable for edge computing, computer vision, and IoT applications. ReductStore is 100% open source under Mozilla Public License v2.0.