Spring Cloud Data Flow Release Notes

Release notes for Spring Cloud Data Flow for VMware Tanzu.

v1.11.2

Release Date: September 1st, 2021

Features Included in This Release

  • Upgrades to Spring Cloud Data Flow Pro 1.3.2 (with Spring Cloud Data Flow OSS 2.8.2) and Spring Cloud Skipper OSS 2.7.2.

Fixes Included in This Release

  • Addresses a problem where previously setting the memory or disk quota changed to MB instead of GB.
  • Stream and task name validation is applied when a stream or task is about to be deployed or launched, so that Kubernetes-specific rules for stream and task names are ignored when deploying or launching on Cloud Foundry.

v1.11.1

Release Date: June 25th, 2021

Features Included in This Release

  • Upgrades to Spring Cloud Data Flow Pro 1.3.1 (with: Spring Cloud Data Flow OSS 2.8.1) and Spring Cloud Skipper OSS 2.7.1.

Fixes Included in This Release

  • Addresses a problem where the Task droplets aren’t cleaned up when destroying a Task definition, thus conflicting with Schedule-driven Task launches.
  • Includes a fix to Task cleanup routine in TAS.

v1.11.0

Release Date: June 14th, 2021

Features Included in This Release

  • Spring Cloud Data Flow for VMware Tanzu is now based on the Spring Cloud Data Flow Pro server, which is built on Spring Cloud Data Flow OSS 2.8.0. SCDF Pro brings a number of enterprise features, including:
    • Multi-IO visualization for Kafka Streams
    • Application version alerting and CI/CD automation
    • Task launches and incremental progress alerting
  • Spring Cloud Skipper properties can be set using spring.cloud.skipper.server.* parameters passed to the cf create-service or cf update-service commands via the -c flag. You can use this (for example) to override health check settings in VMware Tanzu Application Service.
  • The memory and disk settings for the Data Flow and Skipper servers now accept various units in addition to the default unit, the mebibyte. You can pass a string value containing the desired size and unit, as in "1G", "512MB", "2GiB", or "3gb".