What's New in Hue
Learn about the new features of Hue in Cloudera Runtime 7.2.17.
Performance and security enhancements in Hue
- Python libraries such as django-auth-ldap, django-axes, djangorestframework-simplejwt, Mako, Markdown, pyth on-ldap, django-babel, django-mako, django-cors-headers, djangorestframework, eventlet, sqlparse, and so on have been upgraded from Python 2.7 to Python 3.8.
- The Django server has been upgraded from version 1.11.29 to 3.2.16.
- Hue now uses Gunicorn as a front-end server. Previously, Hue used the CherryPy server.
These upgrades bring significant performance improvement and stability in query execution, uploading, and importing files to S3 or ABFS. Operating System, Python version, and Python module upgrades have resulted in a stable environment and fixed more than 800 security vulnerabilities.
Ability to set the permitted file size for upload using Hue File Browser
[filebrowser] max_file_size_upload_limit=[***FILE-SIZE-IN-BYTES***] \\default is -1 (no limit)
Ability to access S3 buckets from Hue with RAZ is GA
Granting fine-grained access to the per-user home directories in Amazon S3 and accessing them from the S3 File Browser in Hue using RAZ is GA. See Enabling S3 File Browser for Hue with RAZ in DataHub.
Ability to access ADLS Gen2 containers from Hue with RAZ is GA
Granting fine-grained access to the per-user home directories on ADLS Gen2 containers and accessing them from the ABFS File Browser in Hue using RAZ is GA. See Enabling ABFS File Browser in Hue with RAZ in DataHub.
Increased the download limit on the Solr dashboard