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From Bharath Kumara Subramanian <>
Subject Re: Supported Versions Question
Date Tue, 04 Jun 2019 19:34:28 GMT
Hi Darin,

The recommended dependency version in release notes are the ones we
validate our releases. Typically, the patch and minor versions of the
recommended dependency version works.

Here is the supported matrix for Kafka clients

Dependency Supported versions Not supported version Samza version

Kafka Clients
1.*, 2.*
0.10 and below
2.0.* 1.* and below 1.2 (Upcoming release)


On Fri, May 31, 2019 at 11:07 AM Darin Douglass <>

> All,
> Is there any documentation around which versions of services Samza
> supports? I, for the life of me, cannot find anything that lists explicitly
> supported versions anywhere.
> For example: the last reference I find to a specific Kafka version is here
> in the Samza 1.0.0 release notes:
> Kafka upgrade
> This release upgrades Samza to use Kafka’s high-level consumer (Kafka
> v0.11.1.62). This brings latency and throughput benefits for Samza
> applications that consume from Kafka, in addition to bug-fixes. This also
> means Samza applications can now better their utilization of the underlying
> Kafka cluster.
> That blurb says Samza _uses_ a specific feature of Kafka v0.11.1.62 but
> not whether it supports anything passed that version.
> Thanks in advance!
> —
> Darin Douglass
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