On Wed, Jun 28, 2017 at 7:26 AM Eric Wittmann <eric.wittmann(a)redhat.com>
Great job on the release, Marc!
On Tue, Jun 27, 2017 at 3:03 PM, Marc Savy <marc.savy(a)redhat.com> wrote:
> Hi All,
> I'm delighted to announce Apiman 1.3.1.Final is out, with a few notable
> new features and improvements .
> ## 3scale-related functionality
> You can now use the Apiman Gateway with the 3scale Manager/UI as an
> alternative to the Apiman Manager/UI!
> Using an overlay file you can augment your 3scale APIs with apiman
> policies. There will hopefully be an opportunity for a more cohesive and
> deeper integration with 3scale in the near future. Your feedback and demand
> will drive this; I hope as many people try it out this functionality as
> The new 3scale registry and plugin can perform all of the usual 3scale
> functions, such as auth, reporting, metrics, and rate-limiting; with the
> addition breadth of apiman's policies and pluggable functionality. The one
> exception is that 3scale OAuth is currently not implemented (apiman's OAuth
> plugins work as normal).
> I'll be providing some blogposts over the coming days to demonstrate the
> new features in a more digestible form, but the documentation is available
> already. Just download the Vert.x distro and follow the instructions:
> Expect some tooling soon to make generating JSON configurations for
> headless and 3scale registries easier!
> ## Bug-fixes & Improvements
> A good number of bugs were squashed in this release. Please try it out
> and let us know if your issues persist (if you had any!).
> The HTTP codes returned in error cases have been improved, including
> connection issues (e.g. DNS, timeouts, etc). You should no longer get HTTP
> 500 for these, and the error messages should be more meaningful. Let us
> know if there still seem to be issues in this area.
> There were a few issues with TLS on the Vert.x gateway that have been
> improved (e.g. devmode was not working properly). In the near future we'll
> look to provide some sort of self-signed certificate generation so that TLS
> can be configured OOTB. As an added bonus, if you provide ALPN Boot, then
> HTTP/2 should just work.
> ## You can help!
> Please try the new functionality and let us know how you find it. Your
> demand and feedback is extremely important to the future direction of this
> ## Next
> Expect another release very soon with more functionality, configurability
> and tooling.
> Some users have reported issues with the new GitBook documentation, so
> I'll be looking to improve this.
>  The more eagle-eyed amongst you will no doubt have noticed that most
> of this was actually released a few days ago.
>  You will need 3scale SaaS or on-prem for this to work.
>  More in a blog soon.
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