March Product Update
In March our team upgraded Airbyte to version 0.42.0, Dagster chart to version 1.2.2 and DataHub to version 0.10.0.
March was a busy month for us. Here’s what we have been working on.
New Features and Updates
- Updated Growthbook to the latest version by @michaeljguarino in #593
- Prefect to latest version v2.8.6 by @floreks in #591
- Upgraded Metabase artifact to the latest release by @maciaszczykm in #590
- Upgraded Chatwoot and also removed dependency on the forked chart since it seems to be unnecessary by @michaeljguarino in #584
- Upgraded Dagster chart to latest version v1.2.2 by @kwigley in #581
- Upgraded Airbyte to 0.42.0 which will fix some UI issues by @michaeljguarino in #579
- Upgraded Datahub to the latest version v0.10.0 along with cleaning up some of the jobs we copied locally to be able to set resources.by @DavidSpek in #574
- Upgraded MLFlow to version v.1.30 and uses a new image with a newer version of MLFlow. by @DavidSpek in #558Upgraded our GCP bootstrap K8s version to the latest version v1.23 by @DavidSpek in #554
- Made updates to the account setting tab by @maciaszczykm in #312
- Expose user management feature which is useful for configuring access to groups/roles by @michaeljguarino in #315
- Add cluster promotion commands which will allow users to perform all the main CRUD for cluster promotions by @michaeljguarino in #361
- Adds info command to redisplay the info from the deploy notes for an app. Also, add a new command set for "apps" since "repos" is unintuitive by @michaeljguarino in #376
- Add global debug flag plural --debug or PLURAL_DEBUG_ENABLE=true plural ... to display some debug information by @zreigz in #357Add --all flag to plural destroy. This will make a full cluster destroy require an implicit invocation which can prevent mistyping by @michaeljguarino in #359
- Surface health info in cloud shell installer. This will show users the pending state (in a very basic way) for the apps they've installed in the cloud shell. by @michaeljguarino in #1031
- Delinquent payment notifications by @dogmar in #1037
- A quick button to be able to delete the cloud demo by @michaeljguarino in #1033
- Make legacy user callouts dismissible by @maciaszczykm in #1034
- Pricing calculator by @maciaszczykm in #1014
- Implement user limit by @michaeljguarino in #1007Restore the GCP demo and update the onboarding flow by @floreks in #968
Improvements and Bug Fixes
- Loading improvements by @maciaszczykm in #1020
- Support FILE config input types by @dogmar in #996
- Fix stale struct error when deleting deferred updates by @michaeljguarino in #979
- Add support for prefix on password type by @michaeljguarino in #378
- Add support for missing wait and skip flags by @zreigz in #375
- Fix VPN table scrolling by @floreks in #306
- Add initial concepts page by @swoodward in #183
- Document helm rollbacks by @michaeljguarino in #181
- Feat: Pricing calculator by @maciaszczykm in #180
- Fix: doc "Add an application" by @walkoss in #179
- Add dagster deployment guide by avaidyanatha in #178Clean up initial repo instructions by avaidyanatha in #172
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