Introducing Cloudify 4.3

Read about our latest release which brings installation ease of use, improved resource governance and security, and containerization upgrades with Docker and Kubernetes.

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Easy Offline Manager Installation

RPM Offline Install

This self-contained RPM archive enables users to install Cloudify Manager on any RHEL/CentOS 7.4 machine without an internet connection.

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Docker Image Install

This Docker image enables users to install Cloudify Manager in a self-contained Docker container on any platform.

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User Experience Upgrades

Resource Governance
Users now have the ability to choose set permissions of resources from Cloudify Console (the web UI) upon upload. We also allow Users or Sys Admins to set uploaded resource from Private (that User only) to Tenant (all Users in tenant) or Global (all Users in all tenants), or Tenant to Global.
Cloudify Composer
Composer now supports multiple blueprint operations, includes a plugin catalog presenting the plugins already uploaded to Cloudify Manager, and comes with a pre-packaged set of IaaS templates for quicker start time.

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Kubernetes Cloud Native Orchestration

We have been working tirelessly to provide even deeper integration with Kubernetes and cloud native workloads. For Cloudify 4.3, we added a significant feature to the Cloudify Kubernetes Plugin, which now offers users support for creating resources on Kubernetes uses a Service Account Token.
The Beta Release of the Kubernetes Provider has also been recently released. You can test out the Provider by going to this link.

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