December 11, 2023

This release (1.19.4) of the Cloudera Data Engineering (CDE) service on CDP Public Cloud introduces the following changes.

Kubernetes 1.26 support

  • CDE now supports Kubernetes 1.26 for Azure and Amazon Web Services (AWS).
  • You can upgrade to the Kubernetes 1.26 cluster through the CDE supported upgrade path.

Amazon Relational Database Service (Amazon RDS) at rest encryption with Customer Managed Keys (CMK) (Technical Preview)

CDE Service deployed on AWS using this CMK enabled environment, will start using CMK based data at rest encryption for RDS. For more information, see Enable Customer Managed Keys on Amazon Web Services (Preview).

AWS Kubernetes secret encryption with Customer Managed Keys (CMK) (Technical Preview)

CDE Service deployed using this CMK enabled environment, will start using CMK based encryption for Kubernetes secrets. For more information, see Enable Customer Managed Keys on Amazon Web Services (Preview).

Amazon Elastic File System (AWS EFS) data at-rest encryption with Customer Managed Key (CMK) (Technical Preview)

Customer Managed Key is a feature supported by AWS that give customers ownership of their encryption keys. For more information, see For more information, see Enable Customer Managed Keys on Amazon Web Services (Preview).

Amazon Elastic File System (AWS EFS) data in-transit encryption

Support for data in-transit encryption through EFS CSI Driver. The EFS data read/write over the wire are encrypted by TLS.

Amazon Elastic File System (AWS EFS) Anonymous Access restriction

This feature includes security hardening by preventing anonymous user or machines from accessing EFS and its access points.