Data Collector version 3.15.0 includes the following new features and enhancements:

This release includes the following installation enhancements:

  • Data Collector downloads require registration – Data Collector installation packages downloaded from the StreamSets website now require that you register the Data Collector instance with StreamSetsData Collector enforces the registration at different times, based on the following installation types:
    • A core version of Data Collector requires registration when you install an additional stage library.
    • A full version of Data Collector requires registration during your initial login.

    Registration involves submitting your contact information to receive a unique activation code by email and then entering the code in your Data Collector instance to activate the instance and use all functionality.

  • Download access for enterprise customers – Customers with an enterprise license can now download all Data Collector installation packages from the StreamSets Support portal. Installation packages downloaded from the Support portal do not require that you register the Data Collector instance.
Enterprise Stage Libraries
Enterprise stage libraries are now free for use in both development and production. You can now use Enterprise stage libraries without purchasing an enterprise license.
In April 2020, StreamSets released updated Enterprise stage libraries for Protector, Oracle, and Snowflake. StreamSets also released a new Enterprise stage library for Databricks.
For a list of available Enterprise stage libraries, see Enterprise Stage Libraries. For more information about the new features, fixed issues, and known issues in an Enterprise stage library, see the release notes for the Enterprise stage library, available under Enterprise Libraries on the StreamSets Documentation page.
Data Collector Configuration
This release includes the following Data Collector configuration enhancement:

  • Java heap size for cloud service provider installations – Data Collector installed through a cloud service provider marketplace now has a default Java heap size set to 50% of the available memory on the virtual machine.