January 27, 2022

The 1.1.0-h1-b2 and 1.1.0-b127 releases of Cloudera DataFlow (CDF) on CDP Public Cloud introduce the following changes.

January 27, 1.1.0-h1-b2

Fixed issues

  • Fixed an issue that prevented DataFlow from being enabled on Azure environments.

January 27, 1.1.0-b127

New features and enhancements

  • The ability to deploy CDF on Azure is now generally available to all CDP Public Cloud customers.

  • Flow Deployments now support the latest Apache NiFi 1.15 release.

  • CDF now creates Kubernetes clusters with version 1.20 in AWS EKS and Azure AKS.

  • CDF now supports username/password authentication for AWS environments with non-transparent proxy setups.

  • When using the Default NiFi SSL Context Service in a flow deployment, the automatically generated truststore now contains the default cacerts from the local JDK. This ensures that the SSL Context Service can be used with third-party applications using certificates from common public certificate authorities.

  • Users can now perform the Download Kubeconfig and Manage User Access actions when an enablement request fails. This allows in-depth troubleshooting of a failed enablement attempt.

  • The following ReadyFlows have been added to the ReadyFlow Gallery:
    • ADLS to ADLS Avro ReadyFlow
    • Kafka to ADLS Avro ReadyFlow

Fixed issues

  • CDPDFX-3888 - Fixed an issue that prevented CDF from being enabled in Azure regions where the multi-AZ feature is not available.

  • CDPDFX-3873 - Fixed an issue where large file uploads could cause flow deployment requests to fail on Azure.

  • CDPDFX-3909 - Fixed an issue that prevented using special characters like “@” as tag values when enabling CDF.

Documentation updates

  • Documentation has been created for the new ADLS to ADLS Avro ReadyFlow and Kafka to ADLS Avro ReadyFlow.

  • NiFi Endpoints Support Matrix has been updated.

  • Troubleshooting information has been updated for Azure.

  • Azure technical preview references have been removed.