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December 19, 2022

We are SOC 2 Type II compliant

Tinybird has successfully completed its SOC 2 Type II audit made by Ernst & Young Global Limited, affirming the effectiveness of our security processes and controls.

This is one of the many measures we are taking to ensure the continuous security, integrity and availability of the Tinybird platform. We will be audited again in early Q2 2023 to ensure our security procedures continue to evolve as we evolve our platform.

Learn about security and compliance at Tinybird.

Other notable changes

  • Tinybird Docs continue to improve! Revamped our Introduction to Tinybird along with a Main Concepts section, quickstarts for Tinybird’s CLI and UI, a revamped structure for Guides as well as this new Changelog that you are reading :-)

  • We’ve updated the editor keyboard shortcuts and fixed some problems when using the shortcuts to query data from a node.

Tinybird Shortcuts

  • We have completely revamped how Data Replace jobs work internally, which bring improved stability and reliability to the process.

  • Added a new check that prevents the creation of a Materialized View that produces more than 10 partitions. This significantly reduces the risk of getting a TOO_MANY_PARTS exception at ingestion time when creating a Materialized View with a high cardinality partition key.

  • Solved an issue that prevented deletion or renaming of Data Sources/Pipes with GUID format.