July 21, 2022
Release notes and fixed issues for version 2.0.32.
New Features / Improvements
- Garbage collection for deleted projects - This feature allows you to trigger cleanup of deleted projects. A separate feature allows older orphaned projects to be marked for cleanup. For more information, see Project Garbage Collection.
- Disable Runtimes - It is now possible to disable and enable runtimes. For more information, see Disabling Runtimes.
- Monitoring for Applications - This feature allows you to monitor the technical health of deployed Applications, including statistics and visualizations of CPU and memory usage. For more information, see Monitoring Applications.
- Custom polling endpoints for applications - This feature allows the application creator to define what application endpoint servers poll to detect if the application is running, that avoids problems some applications have with polling the root endpoint. For more information, see Application polling endpoint.
- PBJ Workbench Runtimes (Tech Preview) now work with Sessions, Experiments, Jobs and Applications - This feature enables the classic workbench UI backed by the open-source Jupyter protocol. This architectural change improves consistency, stability, and ease of customization while eliminating the dependency on proprietary CML code. For more information, see PBJ Workbench in Preview Features.
- Kubernetes - Kubernetes 1.22 is now supported for both AWS and Azure.
- Job quotas (DSE-12664) - Fixed an issue where subsequent jobs in a job pipeline can fail if quota is enabled.
- HDFS via Python (DSE-19775) - Fixed an issue where accessing HDFS via Python libraries that connect natively to HDFS, such as Tensorflow or PyArrow, may fail due to an error that the libhdfs.so file cannot be found.