AuthorMarian Chelmus

2021.02.1: New fleio commands, url uploads in memory stream, performance improvements

Fleio 2021.02.1 was released today, 9th of February.

The latest version is marked as stable and can be used in production environment (read more about our release model here).

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2021.02.0 beta: New fleio commands, url uploads in memory stream, performance improvements

Fleio version 2021.02.0 is now available in beta and you can test it in your lab environment, since this release is not recommended for production.

You can read more about our release model here.

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2021.01.1: File uploads in memory streams, improved user feedback, ussuri support, new angular pages for enduser

Fleio 2021.01.1 was released today, 14th of January.

The latest version is marked as stable and can be used in production environment (read more about our release model here).

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2021.01.0 beta: File uploads in memory streams, improved user feedback, new angular pages

Fleio version 2021.01.0 is now available in beta and you can test it in your lab environment, since this release is not recommended for production.

You can read more about our release model here.

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2020.12.1: Swift object store, automated Let’s Encrypt SSL in docker install, easier debugging

Fleio v2020.12.1 was released today, 16th of December.

The latest version is marked as stable and can be used in production environment (read more about our release model here).

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2020.12.0 beta: SWIFT object store, automated Let’s Encrypt SSL in docker install

Fleio version 2020.12.0 is now available in beta and you can test it in your lab environment, since this release is not recommended for production.

You can read more about our release model here.

With the latest release we would like to announce that we have implemented Swift object store user interface.

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2020.11.1: docker deploy, logging redesign, process clients performance improvements, magnum Kubernetes improvements

Today, 11th of November, 2020, we have released v2020.11.1. The latest version is marked as Stable and can be used for production environment.

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2020.10.1 stable: Deploy instance changes, configurable password strength, pricing rule logs, magnum cluster improvements

Today, 13th of October, 2020 we have released v2020.10.1. The latest version was published on 2020-10-13 and it’s a stable release.

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2020.10.0 Beta: Configurable password strength, pricing rule logs, magnum cluster improvements

Today, 6th of October 2020, we have released the 2020.10.0 Beta version.

This BETA release includes configurable password strength, improved logging for pricing rule actions (such as edited fields, filters, modifiers values), changes to Magnum clusters (now clusters will work with the Openstack notifications system), improvements to the search function, many bug fixes and more.

As always, we do not recommend using a beta release in production environment. If you want to test the new changes, you can follow this guide.

Note that beta packages are available for all customers with an active license.

Fleio 2020.10.0 includes many more improvements and bug fixes which will be detailed in more depth in a few days, when we will release the stable version. At this moment the beta changelog can be found here.

See the latest version of Fleio in the online demo and contact us to discuss how we can implement Fleio in your OpenStack cloud.

Fleio 2020.09.1 stable was released! What’s new?

Today, 10th of September, we have release the 2020.09.1 version. The latest version is marked as Stable and can be used for production environments.

In the latest release we have completed the migration of staff panel from AngularJS to Angular. Besides that we have added more features to cluster and cluster templates, added performance tweaks and logs for process clients cron, fixed bugs and we continued working on preparing Fleio for Docker.

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