Changelog

Cloud Service Portal

v1.0.2

Date:August 31, 2021

New Features

  • NEW Support of managing User EC2 Credentials in S3 Panel
  • Add new quotas - security group and security group rules

v1.0.1

Date:July 14, 2021

New Features

NEW Panels

  • S3 Object Storage Panel has been completly enhanced with new Elements and rebuilt, see S3 Object Storage.
  • New Billing Panel for Provider

Fixes

  • Query Performance: - Improved performance of various listings;

Other Changes

  • New Feature Elements
    • The new Elements, which are used in the new S3 Panel, are now general available for other panels as well;
    • Elements: TABs,Display dynamic multiple colums, CpoyToClipboard Column, Multy hierachy page structure with nested Elements

v1.0.0

Date:April 26, 2021

New Features

NEW Panels

Initial User panel

  • The initial user panel now is displaying the logged user details instead of a blank page;

Configurations

  • The YAML now is split into one file for each dashboard, no more one huge file;

Quota

  • Available Quotas to be set [Projects, instances, VCPUs, RAM, Volumes, Volume_Storage, Volume_Snapshots, Routers, Networks, Floating_IPs];
  • Quota Profiles see Create Quota Profiles
    • Create; Delete; Update;
    • Allow managed resellers and clients to use the created profile;
    • Set a profile as default;
  • Set custom quotas on Resellers/Clients/OpenStack Projects;
  • Set quota profile on Resellers/Clients/OpenStack Projects;
  • Allows Reseller to request more quota from it’s Provider;
  • Allows Client to request more quota from it’s Reseller;

Usage

  • Allows Provider/Reseller/Clients/User to see their usage from last month;
  • Allows Provider/Reseller/Clients/User to see their usage from current month;
  • Allows Provider/Reseller/Clients/User to create custom queries to see their usage;
  • Allows Provider/Reseller/Clients/User to export their usage data as CSV;
  • OpenStack Role assignments
    • Now it is possible to assign multiple roles for multiple users, instead of doing it user by user;

Fixes

  • Multiple tabs/windows: - Fix the problem of mixing scopes when users use multiple tabs or windows;
  • Organization Management / Users:
    • Empty permission profiles and setting user’s permissions as Empty is now working;
  • OpenStack Manage Projects:
    • Fix the client’s name displayed in the panel’s title

Other Changes

  • User’s permissions flush
    • Users no longer need to relog to refresh their permissions;
  • OpenStack Dashboard
    • Enhance the list projects function to do parallel queries, enhancing the response time;
    • Caches the Keystone auth token when doing multiple OpenStack requests, enhancing the response time;
  • Clients creation
    • Now when creating new clients, the quota profile should be set, and the client creation will be denied if the Reseller’s remaining quota is not enough;
  • OpenStack project creation
    • Now when creating new projects, the quota profile should be set, and the project creation will be denied if the Client’s remaining quota is not enough;

HELP Documentation

v1.0.2

Date:August 31, 2021

New Features

  • NEW Support of managing User EC2 Credentials in S3 Panel
  • Add new quotas - security group and security group rules

v1.0.1

Date:August 30, 2021

New Features

  • NEW OpenStack Availability ZONE «ch-zh1-az2» - The main advantages of the new AZ, which result from this for the customers are:
    • This region is now formed by two Availability ZONES (AZ). This solution allows customers to build failover solutions with good RTO/RPO conditions.
    • Two Datacenter - The main benefit of having a second AZ is the ability to have assets such as block storage data in more than one physical location.
    • VM’s - Customers can create and launch instances in AZ1 and AZ2. Unless the customer specifically specifies an AZ, the instance will be created in any AZ with spare capacity.
    • Volumes - Block storage data now resides in one of the available two AZs. Customers can create volumes in AZ1 and AZ2 and attach them to VM’s. The volumes must be in the same AZ as the VM’s (no cross AZ attachment).
    • Network nodes - The network nodes are distributed over both AZs. Internet access is available in both AZs. Routers and DHCP agents can be distributed across both AZ’s, increasing availability.
    • Network - Once a customer creates and starts an instance in the second AZ, Openstack will automatically extend this network (subnet) to the corresponding compute host in the second AZ.
    • Virtual Router (VR) - By default, Virtual Routers (VR) are always deployed highly available, with a master and slave. If you do NOT select an Availibility ZONE, the master will be deployed in AZ1 and the slave in AZ2, for example. If required, you can also select a specific AZ, in which the master and slave are then deployed.
  • Extend OpenStack Quickstart (Setup virtual Datacenter) documentation with Availability ZONE 2 aspects (AZ2)
  • NEW chapter Server Groups
  • NEW chapters in How To’s - API - Access regarding
    • How to deploy a VM or Volume to specific AZ, by using OSC, Ansible or Terraform
    • How to export session token
    • How to setup a Role-Based Access Control (RBAC) network

Fixes

Other Changes

  • new flow create Client (enable OS Service Flag for S3-only Client!)

v1.0.0

Date:April 26, 2021

New Features

  • New Theme “readthedoc” to enable better navigation and structure
  • Integration of Cloud Service Portal Manuals
  • NEW Client User Manuals
  • Amendments of Reseller User Manual
  • NEW USAGE Panel
  • NEW Quota Panel
  • NEW S3 Object Storage Panel

Fixes

  • Update Source URL of OSD Package download link

Other Changes

  • Complete re-structure of all chapters