This release (CDF-PC 2.0.0-b302) introduces the following new features for both, AWS and Azure customers:
Flow Deployments can now be configured with Inbound Connections providing a stable hostname, automated certificate/key generation as well as automated load balancer provisioning to enable client applications to securely send data to a NiFi Flow Deployment.
Flow Deployments now support the latest Apache NiFi 1.16 release.
Flow Deployments on Azure now use Premium SSD disks to store NiFi’s various repositories.
Python 3.9 is now installed on NiFi containers allowing users to run python scripts through NiFi processors. Requests and urllib3 libraries are also installed by default.
Information level alerts are now displayed in the Dashboard to inform users about an action they should perform for a Flow Deployment without changing the Flow Deployment status to “Concerning”.
Deployments can now be restarted from the Deployment Manager to perform actions that require a NiFi process restart.
Filters that have been set in the Dashboard are now persisted after a user has navigated to the Deployment Manager and returned back to the Dashboard.
When enabling DataFlow, you can now specify CIDRs as a comma separated list to configure Load Balancer and Kubernetes API Server Endpoint Access.
CDF-PC integration into the CDP CLI is now generally available. Make sure you run the latest CDP CLI version to use cdp df commands. Note: When release 2.0.0-b302 becomes generally available, the CDP CLI version supporting cdp df commands may not be available yet. In this case, use the beta CDP CLI.
The following ReadyFlows have been added to the ReadyFlow Gallery: