Pike Series Release Notes¶
Added a new yaql function ‘decryptData’ which pairs with ‘encryptData’ on the dashboard side. Application authors can use these functions to secure sensitive input to their Murano applications such as passwords.
Requires a valid secret storage backend (e.g. Barbican) to be configured via Castellan.
Users can now assign an existing security group to an application as an alternative to using the one created by Murano’s
Murano switched to using standard oslo middleware HTTPProxyToWSGI instead of custom implementation. This middleware parses the X-Forwarded-Proto HTTP header or the Proxy protocol in order to help murano respond with the correct URL refs when it’s put behind a TLS proxy (such as HAProxy). This middleware is disabled by default, but can be enabled via a configuration option in the oslo_middleware group.
murano-paste.ini has been updated to use oslo HTTPProxyToWSGI middleware. Config option ``secure_proxy_ssl_headerhas been removed. Please refer to oslo_middleware configuration options if you wish deploy murano behind TLS proxy. Most notably you would need to set
oslo_middlewareto True, to enable header parsing.
Removed show_categories endpoint from the application catalog API which has been deprecated since the Liberty cycle. Use list_categories instead.
Remove hardcoded constant called ‘ITERATORS_LIMIT’, that can be exceeded (2000) having big amount of objects. Introduce dsl_iterators_limit configuration option instead of constant.