A new version of Talos has been released for customer download. Talos v1.3.2 includes support for JBoss v7, WildFly v10 and WildFly v11, LDAP integration over SSL, and introduces the Talos API client to facilitate calls to Talos REST services from Talos activities. Below is the complete list of new features.

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Release Number
1.3.2
Release Date
17/10/2017
New Features

Platform

– Template transformation: Support of WAR application files
– Support LDAP integration over SSL
– Added a Talos API client to the platform to facilitate calls to Talos REST services from Talos activities
– Enabled toolkits to load different library directories depending on target topology configurations
– Support the implementation of activities that can run without a scope (middleware instance or container)

JBoss Toolkit

– Support for JBoss v7
– Support for WildFly v10 and v11

WAS Toolkit

– Provide ability to manage web servers configurations

IM Toolkit

– Added ability to install Installation Manager as administrator

Jenkins Integration

– When triggering jobs from Talos jobs, environment and middleware name are now passed as parameters

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About the Author Sérgio Imperial

Sérgio Imperial is a senior tecnical consultant mainly specialized in IBM solutions for more than 10 years. For the last 5 years, Sérgio has been focused in the DevOps and Automation spaces. He has been helping enterprises in streamline their software development lifecycle leveraging a wide range of tools and technologies. Currently, Sérgio is Lead Software Architect for Talos, Avnet's Middleware Automation software.

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