New Features in Key Trustee KMS

The following sections describe what's new in each Key Trustee KMS release.

What's New in Key Trustee KMS

What's New in Key Trustee KMS 5.11.0

  • Support for SLES 12 SP2
  • Support for Ubuntu 16.04

What's New in Key Trustee KMS 5.10.0

  • Support for RHEL 7.3
  • Support for OEL 7.3

What's New in Key Trustee KMS 5.9.0

  • Support for RHEL 6.8
  • Support for OEL 6.8
  • Support for Debian 8.4
  • Support for SLES 12 SP1

What's New in Key Trustee KMS 5.8.2

What's New in Key Trustee KMS 5.8.0

  • Support for Debian 8.2
  • When adding the parcel-based Key Trustee KMS service for the first time, Cloudera Manager automatically backs up Key Trustee KMS locally. For more information, see 7. Add a Key Trustee KMS Service.
  • The Key Trustee KMS backup script (ktbackup.sh) adds a new option, --roll, which specifies the number of backups to retain. For more information, see Backing Up Key Trustee Server and Key Trustee KMS Using the ktbackup.sh Script.
  • When Key Trustee Server is configured for high availability, adding the Key Trustee KMS service in Cloudera Manager automatically configures round robin DNS load balancing.

What's New in Key Trustee KMS 5.7.4

What's New in Key Trustee KMS 5.7.1

What's New in Key Trustee KMS 5.7.0

What's New in Key Trustee KMS 5.5.4

What's New in Key Trustee KMS 5.5.0

  • Rolling restart works with Key Trustee KMS high availability.
  • When running Key Trustee KMS in a highly available configuration, Cloudera Manager can automatically generate the load balancer URL.

What's New in Key Trustee KMS 5.4.3