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Happy New Year, and welcome to my first update of 2019!
As a quick recap, our BERNOULLI release of the Bluzelle database (aka Bluzelle version 0.4) has now been running for well over a month, having been launched over the holiday season, (specifically on December 27th, 2018). On that date we performed a major upgrade to our testnet, a milestone release from our roadmap moving from LOVELACE to BERNOULLI. This brings many sweeping improvements including and most notably; our new robust consensus algorithm — PBFT, which is a key ingredient in our pursuit of developing a true trustless decentralized system.
If you refer to my end of 2018 blog, you can read about further details, on getting started with BERNOULLI and signing up to use it. This milestone BERNOULLI release is considered our BETA candidate in our roadmap, we are proud and humbled to get this far we would really appreciate it if you signed up and give it a try.
The current release of the BERNOULLI database is already showing its stability and resiliency, with no major downtime during this period. It is a testament to the robustness of the releases that have been coming from the Bluzelle engineering teams consistent with the availability metrics that BERNOULLI’s predecessor (LOVELACE) also held and maintained during its lifespan.
With January 2019 in our rearview mirror, we are already in full swing working on the next release of BLUZELLE, while also hardening our current BERNOULLI testnet; in response to bugs and findings that have been identified from our growing community of users — as interest has grown month over month!
0.5 BERNOULLI Update
We are slating our next interim update for BERNOULLI around mid-February, as it will be the v0.5 release. Here are some major updates to expect in this next release:
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