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Version: 3.2.11.1

API7 Enterprise Release Notes

Version 3.2.11.1

Release Date: 2024-05-08

New Features

SSO Role Mapping

This automated role mapping eliminates the need for manual role assignment by Super Admins. Users who satisfy the defined key-value mapping rules will be automatically assigned the corresponding roles upon login. For details, see Set Role Mapping.

SCIM Provisioning

Streamline your identity management with SCIM Provisioning. It automatically synchronizes user data from your Identity Provider, ensuring consistent and effortless user management. For details, see Sync User Data from IdP.

Custom Role (Beta, API Support Only)

Design your own custom roles with granular permission control. UI supports coming soon.

Improvement

Upgrade to OpenSSL 3

Improved Security, Performance, and Availability.

Plugin Global Rules Ordering

To streamline the management of global rules, API7 Enterprise merges multiple rules into a single rule, ensuring that plugin configurations are unique within each rule.

Bug Fix

Settings Modal Add HTTP Protocol Detection

Not properly detecting whether HTTP or HTTPS is required, leading to errors when deployed gateway instance using the given script.

Error Uploading SSL Certificate

An issue exists where uploading an SSL certificate intended for gateway group A may inadvertently assign it to gateway group B.

Support Host Level Dynamic Setting of TLS Protocol Version

Incorporated the fix from the resolved Apache APISIX issue.

Version 3.2.10.1

Release Date: 2024-04-28

New Features

Support MySQL 5.7

API7 Enterprise now supports MySQL 5.7.

Version 3.2.10.0

Release Date: 2024-04-22

Breaking Changes

Bind Token with User

Tokens are bound to specific users and share the same permissions. When the user is deleted, the associated token will also be deleted.

Version 3.2.9.5

Release Date: 2024-04-16

New Features

Upstream mTLS(API Support Only)

API7 Enterprise now supports mutual TLS (mTLS) authentication between the gateway and upstream services. mTLS is a form of communication security that requires both parties to present certificates to each other. This ensures that both parties are who they claim to be and that the data transmitted between them is encrypted. UI support coming soon.

Version 3.2.9.4

Release Date: 2024-04-07

Bug Fix

Assessment of CPU Core Limitations

Resolved the issue that occurs when the maximum number of CPU cores is reached.

Version 3.2.9.3

Release Date: 2024-04-03

New Features

Integrate with Vault (Beta)

You can store sensitive data securely in your Vault. Admin API support is available; UI support coming soon.

Version 3.2.9.2

Release Date: 2024-04-01

New Features

Support SAML SSO Login

API7 Enterprise supports Single Sign-On (SSO) with SAML implementations. For details about how to configure SAML SSO login method, see configure SSO with SAML.

New Plugin: Data Mask

The data-mask plugin provides the capability to remove or replace sensitive information in request headers, request bodies, and URL queries. Learn more about Data Mask.

Feature Enhancements

Skip Path Prefix

You can opt to skip the path prefix when sending requests to the upstream. This adjustment is imperceptible to users and may be useful when using different path prefixes to identify APIs sent to different gateway groups.

Better Health Check Configuration UI

Introduced a user-friendly and intuitive UI for your health check configuration in upstreams.

Upgraded Encryption Algorithm

Upgraded from AES128 to AES256 algorithm.

Performance Improvement

Eliminated the impact caused by disabling plugins.

Version 3.2.9.1

Release Date: 2024-03-19

New Features

Support Add Custom Plugin

API7 Enterprise now allows you to build custom plugins to add extra functionalities and manage API traffic with custom flow. See how to Add Custom Plugin

Support OIDC SSO Login

API7 Enterprise supports Single Sign-On (SSO) with OIDC implementations. For details about how to configure LDAP SSO login method, see configure SSO with LDAP.

Use Service Labels as API Provider Scope

By assigning service labels as the scope for an API Provider, you can grant them access to all services with a specific label. It will help reduce the workload of the Super Admin. Typically, services can be grouped using a 'Department' label. Thus, users from that department will be able to access all services belonging to that department.

Version 3.2.8.1

Release Date: 2024-02-08

New Features

Support Nacos Service Discovery

API7 Enterprise uses service discovery to automatically detect available upstream services, keeping their addresses in a database (called a service registry). Therefore, an API gateway can always fetch the latest list of upstream addresses through the service registry, ensuring all requests are forwarded to healthy upstream nodes.

In this release, API7 Enterprise supports integrating with Nacos service discovery, which can be used to publish services and synchronize services between gateway groups.

Support LDAP SSO Login

API7 Enterprise supports Single Sign-On (SSO) with LDAP implementations. Integrating API7 Enterprise with LDAP enables you to log your LDAP users into API7 Enterprise as part of API7 Enterprise' SSO infrastructure. For details about how to configure LDAP SSO login method, see configure SSO with LDAP.

Support Adding Gateway Instances using Kubernetes

A gateway instance is a single proxy that handles traffic. In this release, API7 Enterprise supports adding gateway instances to a gateway group using Kubernetes. For details, see add gateway instances.


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