Langfuse is open source and we want to be fully transparent what we're working on and what's next. This roadmap is a living document and we'll update it as we make progress.

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Want to learn more about Langfuse's vision and next steps? Check out the blog post introducing Langfuse 2.0 and the recording of our townhall (opens in a new tab) during launch week.

🚀 Released

10 most recent changelog items:

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🚧 In progress

  • Langfuse v3.0: preparing Langfuse for the next level of scale using an OLAP database, a queue and another container. Parts of it are already available in Langfuse Cloud and once migration is complete, self-hosting will be upgraded as well. Learn more in this GitHub Discussion (opens in a new tab).
  • Introduce Organizations to user data model to allow for better sharing of projects, fully self-serve upgrading and better permissioning
  • Export traces and sessions from Langfuse dashboard (CSV, JSON)
  • Performance improvements across the Langfuse UI to make it faster and more responsive for large projects.
  • Improved tables across the Langfuse UI to display all relevant information and be more user-friendly.
  • Move to SDK references generated from docstrings to improve the developer experience (Intellisense) and reduce the risk of errors.

🔮 Planned

  • Webhooks to subscribe to changes within your Langfuse project.
  • Datasets: make them usable in CI (e.g GitHub Actions).
  • Comments on prompt versions.
  • Improved datasets UI/UX.
  • Improve Onboarding Experience
  • Comments on traces, sessions, prompts within the Langfuse UI.
  • Annotation queue to assign annotations to team members.
  • Add non-LLM evaluators to online evaluation within Langfuse UI.
  • Revamped context-aware JS integration to to remove the need for nesting of tracing calls, similar to Python decorator.
  • Support for multi-modal traces.

⚠️ Upcoming breaking changes

  • Self-hosting: Langfuse v3.0 will add additional containers and database for improve scalability. Learn more in this GitHub Discussion (opens in a new tab). We will provide a migration path. Scheduled for May/June 2024.
  • OpenAI integration, dropping support of openai < 1.0.0 to greatly simplify the integration and improve the developer experience of everyone on openai >= 1. No timeline on this yet as many libraries still depend on the old version.

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