July

July 10

Welcome to the July 10, 2019 release of rapyuta.io platform. There are a number of significant updates in this version that we hope you will like.

Features

  • Support executing command from bash shell option
    When creating an executable of a rapyuta.io package you can choose to run the command from the bash shell in case of building a dockerfile stored in a git repository.
  • Introduce QoS guarantee levels
    You can subscribe to one of the three QoS guarantee levels - Low, Medium, High. These levels are made available for reliable delivery of metrics and logs data.
  • Dependency injection of network endpoints
    rapyuta.io will make exposed network endpoint information to child deployments by injecting environment variables corresponding to each endpoint.

Notable Fixes

  • Fixed security issues
  • Fixed minor issues in configurations

Documentation

July 31

Welcome to the July 31, 2019 release of rapyuta.io platform. There are a number of significant updates in this version that we hope you will like.

Notable Fixes

  • Fixed issue to speed up applying configurations to multiple devices.
  • Added validation check for parameters of deployments running on devices.
  • Fixed the default option displayed for resource limits when adding executables to packages.
  • Fixed security issues.

Documentation

Added a detailed note on the error message: incoming connection failed: unable to receive data from sender, check sender’s logs for details as seen in ROS service logs.