GCP Stackdriver Nozzle for PCF Release Notes


Release Date: August 15, 2017

  • Removed requirement for specifying a UAA Username/Password. These steps can be skipped in Elastic Runtime v1.9.29+, v1.10.16+, and v1.11.2+ where a user is provisioned automatically for the nozzle.


Release Date: April 5, 2017

  • Fixed issue with RST_STREAM errors when writing a high volume of metrics
  • Documentation now includes requirement of ‘Project > Editor’ for the nozzle service account. This is required to configure metric descriptors in Stackdriver and will be replaced in the future with a more scoped role when avaliable.
  • Default instance count has changed from 1 to 2 to allow for zero downtime updates and higher avaliability
  • Fixed issue where GCP Project ID was not handled correctly in tile configuration which affected users writing to a different GCP Project than their service account originated in.
  • Metric labels now include instance name
  • Fixed issue shutting down the nozzle when a fatal error occured which resulted in a hang attempting to drain the metrics buffer
  • Removed firehose-to-syslog and boltdb dependencies. Nozzle now caches application metadata in memory.
  • Credentials are now passed directly to the nozzle instead of through system wide application default credentials.


Release Date: January 24, 2017

This is the initial release of GCP Stackdriver Nozzle for PCF. See the GCP Stackdriver Nozzle for PCF (Beta) topic for more information.

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