Dgraph Release v23.0.0-beta1 is now available

Hi Dgraph Community,

We are excited to announce that the Beta release of Dgraph v23.0.0 is now available for evaluation. We would like to thank the community contributions and the Dgraph team for their efforts to make this release happen.

This release is very critical as this aligns our Dgraph database engine in the Cloud release with our Open Source Release. From now on, the Dgraph database engine running in our Cloud and the Open Source Community Edition will be identical. In addition, we will continue to maintain a single code base and branching strategy to ensure consistency across releases to enable easy migration between offerings and improve our ability to support the product. This will also make the cloud releases available sooner.

In this release we have fixed a number of critical issues with Badger and Dgraph in addition to a 1000+ CVE fixes. You can find the complete changelog for v23.0.0-beta1 (here).

Cloud Beta Program:

We are introducing a Beta Program on our Cloud offering available at https://cloud.dgraph.io to enable our user community to evaluate the release and provide us feedback. Please reach out to [email protected] to participate in this Beta and receive further details.

Please note that the backup restore functionality in the Cloud deployment of v23.0.0-beta1 has a known issue. You can use export/import capabilities instead.

We expect a subsequent release candidate to be available in a few weeks time.

Please file Github Issues with the label v23.0.0-beta1 if you find any problems or bugs in this release or [email protected].

Thank you,

Dgraph Team

Evaluate Dgraph v23.0.0-beta1 with Docker

You can deploy the Official Dgraph Beta Docker image using the following command:

docker pull dgraph/dgraph:v23.0.0-beta1

Evaluate Dgraph v23.0.0-beta1 on Cloud

Please follow the instructions below to evaluate v23.0.0-beta1 on our fully-managed cloud infrastructure:

  1. Signup to Dgraph Cloud using Sign in with Google, Sign in with GitHub or any other email account that you prefer to use.
  2. After you have signed up and verified your email, log into Dgraph Cloud and you’ll arrive at the dashboard screen.
  3. Click the Launch New Backend button and you’ll be taken to a screen to enter the details of the backend.
  4. Pick the backend type “Dedicated” and select region “(v23 Beta) US East (Ohio) (us-east-2)” as highlighted in the screenshot below.


You guys should definitely offer it on the Shared and Free Versions. I doubt anyone is going to want to pay $600+ a month to test out a beta version of Dgraph for their non-production purposes.


I should add, awesome job for getting this together btw!!!