On Friday, August 22, 2014, we released a quarterly version of Apigee Edge on-premises.
If you have questions, go to Apigee Customer Support.
For a list of all Apigee Edge release notes, see Apigee Release Notes.
New features and enhancements
Following are the new features and enhancements in this release.
- Red Hat Enterprise Linux 6.5 supportOPD341
Red Hat Enterprise Linux 6.5 is supported on Edge on-premises installations.
- Monetization upgrade
Edge monetization can now be upgraded with a script. For more information, see the Apigee Edge OPDK Install and Configuration Guide.
- Analytics Services: Identifying routers and message
Edge Analytics Services now identifies the specific router or message processor that handled an API request, which is stored in system variables system.uuid (for message processors) and router.uuid.
- Upgrade Postgres to 9.3OPDK-467
Edge on-premises now includes PostgreSQL 9.3 and provides a script for upgrading data from PostgreSQL 9.1. For more information, see the Apigee Edge OPDK Install and Configuration Guide.
orgtool script for getting organization dataOPDK-611
A new orgtool utility lets you query an Apigee Edge installation to get information about the organization. In particular, you can get the following:
- Servers/nodes bound to the organization, along with each server's UUID, hostname, and IP
- Deployment status of each deployed API proxy on ZooKeeper and Cassandra
- GeoMap dashboard removed
Due to licensing restrictions, the GeoMap dashboard has been removed.
This release also contains features and bug fixes from the following releases:
|Edge Cloud||Edge On-premises||Developer Services portal Cloud||Developer Services portal On-premises|
See also the release notes above for bug fixes that were included as part of past releases.
|System passwords in clear text
|Passwords in Apigee Edge on-premises that were stored in clear text are now encrypted.|
|Cross-Frame Scripting vulnerability
|A ‘Cross-Frame Scripting’ vulnerability in the API management UI had been fixed.|
|Router in upgrade script
|The new Netty-based router is now activated by default.|
|Trace: Missing FlowInfos
|The API proxy Trace tool now shows all transitions within a flow segment (FlowInfos) in ProxyEndpoint and TargetEndpoint requests and responses.|
|Cache Out of Memory problems
|Improvements have been made to level 1 caching.|
|Error messages on upgrade
|After an upgrade, you might see errors in the log in the form: ERROR: relation "analytics.test1.prod.smp_po" does not exist. You can ignore those errors.|
See also the release notes above for known issues in past releases.
During installation, you might see an error message in the form:
SLF4J: Failed to load class
You can ignore that message.