September 9, 2021

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

Cloudera Runtime 7.2.11

Cloudera Runtime 7.2.11 is now available and can be used for registering an environment with a 7.2.11 Data Lake and creating Data Hub clusters. See Cloudera Runtime. For all supported CDP Public Cloud Runtime versions, see Supported Cloudera Runtime and Cloudera Manager versions.

Specifying multiple existing AWS security groups

When using your existing security groups for registering an AWS environment in CDP via CDP CLI, you can provide a comma-separated list of multiple security groups for both Knox (securityGroupIdForKnox) and Default (defaultSecurityGroupId). This is a CLI-only feature.

Specifying multiple GCP shared subnets

When using an existing shared VPC for registering a GCP environment in CDP via CDP web interface or CLI, you can specify multiple shared subnets.

Support for Bahrain (me-south-1) AWS region

Registering an environment and provisioning Data Hubs is now supported in the Bahrain (me-south-1) AWS region. See Supported AWS regions.

Updated outbound network access destinations

If you are using Machine Learning, Data Engineering, or DataFlow data services and have restricted egress access, starting on September 7, 2021, you need to add the following new endpoints to your egress rules:

  • *.s3.{eu-west-1, us-west-2, ap-southeast-1}
  • s3-r-w.{eu-west-1, us-west-2, ap-southeast-1}
  • *.execute-api.{eu-west-1, us-west-2, ap-southeast-1}

The region selected should be the region that is geographically closest to where the environment is deployed.

Customers operating in outbound restricted networks will be unable to download docker images, which will impact creating new clusters. Existing environments deployed in outbound restricted networks may experience operational issues, including limited ability to start, scale and repair the data service clusters.