The list of supported offline and online stores can be found here and here, respectively. The roadmap indicates the stores for which we are planning to add support. Finally, our Provider abstraction is built to be extensible, so you can plug in your own implementations of offline and online stores. Please see more details about custom providers here.
What is the difference between Feast 0.9 and Feast 0.10+?
Feast 0.10+ is much lighter weight and more extensible than Feast 0.9. It is designed to be simple to install and use. Please see this document for more details.
How do I migrate from Feast 0.9 to Feast 0.10+?
Please see this document. If you have any questions or suggestions, feel free to leave a comment on the document!
How do I contribute to Feast?
For more details on contributing to the Feast community, see here and this here.
What are the plans for Feast Core, Feast Serving, and Feast Spark?
Feast Core and Feast Serving were both part of Feast Java. We plan to support Feast Serving. We will not support Feast Core; instead we will support our object store based registry. We will not support Feast Spark. For more details on what we plan on supporting, please see the roadmap.
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