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- Visual representation of dependencies
The dependencies between executions can be visually represented in the Cloudomation UI.
- Visual representation of flow logic
The control-structure logic of a flow can be visually represented in the Cloudomation UI.
- Cloudomation workspace linking
It is now possible to link several active Cloudomation workspaces and synchronize executions between them.
- Execution savepoints & restore functionality
Executions can revert to a previous state and continue running from there. This enables savepoints and restarts.
- Native git integration
Git integration is now configured using a dedicated “Git config” resource type. All Cloudomation resources can be synchronized from git.
- Native HashiCorp Vault integration
Vault integration is now configured using a dedicated “Vault config” resource type. Connections and Executions can refer to a secret path in a Vault installation. The secret is fetched at runtime and not stored in Cloudomation.
- New resource type: connection
It is possible to preconfigure connections to third-party systems and re-use them in flows.
- New connector: MSSQL
It is now possible to connect to MSSQL databases.
- On-premise support
Cloudomation can be deployed on-premise with or without Kubernetes.
- REST connector can auto-retry on certain HTTP codes
The REST connector will retry on HTTP 502, 503 and 504 per default. Custom codes and retry backoff and timeouts can be specified.
- New connector: VAULT
It is now possible to connect to a HashiCorp Vault using the VAULT connector.
- New connector: XMLRPC
It is now possible to connect to any XML-RPC service.
- Support for running Cloudomation on Windows
Cloudomation can be deployed on Windows.
- New connector: IMAP
It is now possible to connect to IMAP servers to search and fetch emails.
- New connector: LDAP
It is now possible to connect to LDAP servers for authentication and to query data about a domain.
- Support OAuth2 for bullhorn
The Oauth resource now supports authenticating against a Bullhorn installation.
- Code in finally block of flow is not executed when using `this.end()` in the try block
The python try…catch…finally control structure can now be used by flows to run logic after an error occurs, when the flow aborts, is cancelled, or when the flow ends normally. This can be used to ensure the cleanup of dynamically created resources.
- Changes in pricing
Pricing based on productive executions of tasks replaced the token-based pricing model. Productive task executions are called “connections”. The “Token Report” section was removed from the UI.
- Removed “inputs” resource
The “messages” and “inputs” resources were merged into a combined resource called “messages”. The new messages resource provides additional functionality to design message forms to request a response from Cloudomation users.
- Development mode
Tasks can be executed in development and productive mode. Task executions (connections) in development mode are free of charge.
- User Interface redesign
The user interface was overhauled with a new color scheme and a cleaner design.
- Editable files
Text files in the “files” resource can now be edited in the Cloudomation UI.
- Extended upload and download functionality
Users can now upload and download flow scripts, settings, and files through the UI directly in the respective views.
Ref: CLOUD-1306, CLOUD-2330
- Standard API documentation
Cloudomation API now provides OpenAPI schema and SwaggerUI.
- Advanced search in list views & REST API
All list views in the UI and the Cloudomation REST API now support filter expressions.
- Filter expressions in flow API
All flow-API list calls now support filter expressions.
- Improved dependency overview
Users can now see live which dependencies a flow script is currently waiting for, as well as which dependencies it waited for in the past.
- Display of recent executions in flow record
The flow record view now shows the last 3 executions of that flow.
- Two-factor authentication
Users can now activate two-factor authentication for logging into Cloudomation.
- Parse pdf in flow script
Users can now parse the contents of pdf files directly in flow scripts.
- REST multipart POST upload
The REST task type now supports multipart post uploads.
- Powershell task type
Users can now access Windows machines via Windows Remote Management and execute Powershell scripts.
- Kubernetes task type
Users can now manage Kubernetes directly in flow scripts.
- PostgreSQL task type
Users can now access PostgreSQL databases directly from flow scripts.
- Google API task type with Oauth2
Users can now use all Google APIs, and authenticate against Google APIs with oauth2.
- Email attachments
Users can now send emails with attachments directly from flow scripts.
- Created/modified timestamps for all records
All resources now provide created at/created by and modified at/modified by fields.
- Protect API against denial-of-service
The load-balancer now enforces rate-limits.
- Improved pagination display for long lists
The pagination control will skip pages when there are more than 9 pages. The pagination will always show buttons for the first two pages, last two pages, two before the current page, and two after the current page.
- Changed database backend
Improved scalability by migrating to PostgreSQL as a database backend.
- Files resource now refreshes when modified
In contrast to all other resources, the files resource did not push updates to the UI. This is now fixed.
Ref: CLOUD-1086 Files resource does not refresh when modified
- Order of opened records fixed on page refresh
Previously, page refreshes changed the order of opened records. Opened records now stay sorted when the page is refreshed.
Ref: CLOUD-1085 page refresh reorders open flows
- Files resource can now handle several executions requesting the same file
Previously, only one execution could request a file at any one time.
Ref: CLOUD-2612 file_futures cannot handle two executions requesting the same file at the same time
- Cancelling paused executions now cancels them immediately
Previously, paused executions could only be cancelled after resuming them.
Ref: CLOUD-1429 cancel paused execution is done only after execution “resume”
- Fixed sorting of numerical columns
Sorting of columns of various types was fixed (numbers, timestamp, duration, filesize).
Ref: CLOUD-136 sort number column as number (not string)