What's new

This section lists major features and updates for the Management Console service.

May 17, 2022

This release of the Management Console service introduces the following changes:

Data Lake scaling (Preview)

Data Lake scaling is the process of scaling up a light duty Data Lake to the medium duty form factor, which has greater resiliency than light duty and can service a larger number of clients. You can trigger the scale-up in the CDP UI or through the CDP CLI. See Data Lake scaling (Preview).

May 12, 2022

This release of the Management Console service introduces the following changes:

Cloudera Runtime 7.2.15

Cloudera Runtime 7.2.15 is now available and can be used for registering an environment with a 7.2.15 Data Lake and creating Data Hub clusters. For more information about the new Runtime version, see Cloudera Runtime. For all supported CDP Public Cloud Runtime versions, see Supported Cloudera Runtime and Cloudera Manager versions. If you need to upgrade your existing CDP environment, refer to Data Lake upgrade and Data Hub upgrade documentation.

Support for Replication Manager in ap-1 and eu-1 regional Control Planes

Cloudera Replication Manager is now supported in the ap-1 (Australia) and eu-1 (Germany) regional Control Planes. For the list of all supported services for all supported Control Plane regions, see CDP Control Plane regions.

May 10, 2022

This release of the Management Console service introduces the following changes:

Bring your own Azure private DNS zone

CDP supports using a private endpoint for Azure Postgres with an existing Azure private DNS zone. The private DNS zone can now be pre-created and provided by you, or created by CDP. Previously, CDP always created the private DNS zone when a private endpoint was created.

See updated Azure requirements for using a private endpoint for Azure Postgres and Enabling a private endpoint for Azure Postgres in CDP.

Extended upgrade version support for RAZ-enabled environments (May 10, 2022)

Data Lake major/minor version upgrades for RAZ-enabled environments are now available for Runtime versions 7.2.10-7.2.12 to 7.2.14+.

April 19, 2022

This release of the Management Console service introduces the following changes:

Changed FreeIPA Azure VM type

The Azure VM type used for the FreeIPA server was changed from Standard_D3_v2 to Standard_DS3_v2 so that FreeIPA nodes can be encrypted at host. Standard_D3_v2 doesn't support encryption at host while Standard_DS3_v2 does. See updated Overview of Azure resources used by CDP.

Setting IDBroker mappings in a RAZ environment is disabled

If a CDP environment has RAZ enabled, setting IDBroker mappings is disabled during environment creation and when the environment is already running. If your environment has RAZ enabled, you should be using Ranger for authorizing user and group access to the S3 or ADLS Gen 2 cloud storage used by the Data Lake.

Disabling Azure Load Balancers

If a public egress load balancer cannot be used in an environment due to security rules or network configuration, load balancers can be disabled using CDP CLI. See Disable load balancers in an Azure environment.

New documentation related to Azure Load Balancers

The Azure Load Balancer is used in multiple places in CDP Data Lakes and Data Hubs. It is used as a frontend for Knox in both Data Lakes and Data Hubs, and for Oozie HA in HA Data Hubs. See Azure Load Balancers in Data Lakes and Data Hubs.

Upgrading classic clusters from CCMv1 to CCMv2

You can now upgrade your CDH, HDP, or CDP Private Cloud Base clusters that were previously registered in CDP from CCMv1 to CCMv2. See Upgrading a classic cluster from CCMv1 to CCMv2.