CloudShark 3.9.6 delivers new sign-in support for Okta customers, a smaller, more flexible Docker distribution, and minor changes to the stand-alone license server.
If your enterprise relies on Okta to provide login to your applications, CloudShark is now able to be integrated into an OAuth 2.0 based login flow.
Please read our support page on OAuth for more details on how to configure.
Shipping Docker distributions of a full system image can get to be too large to download and manage. We have revamped our Docker distribution to include a Dockerfile, RPM dependencies, and docker-compose templates for building the containers. This provides a smaller download package, and greater flexibility to match the customer’s environment!
If you are currently running the 3.9.5 engineering build, there is no need to upgrade unless you want to add Okta support.
- Removed all version requirements for the Redis server.
- CLI arguments for the QALA license server have changed. More
- OAuth authentication via Facebook and Twitter has been deprecated and will be removed in the next version of CloudShark. If any enterprise customer is still using these for authentication, please contact us.
- Fixed an installation bug affecting RedHat Enterprise Linux 7
- Tweaks to the System Info & Licensing page showing the status of all addons
- CloudShark 3.9.6 is supported on CentOS or RHEL 7 systems.