Hub 2022.1 Help

What's New

We deliver updates and improvements to Hub on a continuous basis. Here's an overview of changes that are available in this version.

New Features

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Description

Redesigned Project List

The updated list of projects has a cleaner, modern look.

New Auth Modules for Keycloak and Okta

We've added preconfigured OAuth2.0 modules for Okta and Keycloak that let you quickly set up and enable authentication for users with registered accounts either service.

Attribute Mapping for OAuth 2.0 Auth Modules

We've added settings that let you store attribute mapping to all OAuth 2.0 authentication module configurations. Use these settings to keep your user accounts in sync no matter which service they originate from.

Updates and Enhancements

Feature

Description

Updated Permissions

We've made minor adjustments that reduce the total number of permissions that restrict access to operations in Hub. This includes the removal of specific permissions that allow granular access to services and roles.

Experimental Features

Feature

Description

In-context Localization

Lets you suggest translations for text elements directly in the application interface. This feature is only available for languages that are supported by the Hub user community.

Discontinued Features

Feature

Description

AOL Authentication Module

Our preconfigured authentication module uses a protocol that is no longer supported by AOL. As a result, we have removed this authentication module from the application.

If you still have users who were logging in with their AOL accounts, you will need to migrate them to another authentication method. For a complete list of authentication modules that are supported by Hub, see Auth Modules.

Yahoo! Authentication Module

Yahoo! no longer supports the Open ID 2.0 protocol, which the standard used by the preconfigured authentication module in Hub. The option to create a new authentication module using this configuration have been removed from Hub and existing authentication modules that use this protocol will no longer work.

If you still want users to be able to log in with their Yahoo! accounts, you can use a generic authentication module that supports OAuth 2.0 instead. For setup instructions, see OAuth 2.0 Auth Module.

Last modified: 02 May 2022