What’s New in 2021.8.4
Autonomous Identity 2021.8.4 is the latest patch release that contains a collection of important security fixes and new features. These fixes have been grouped together and released as part of our commitment to support our customers.
|If you are currently on versions 2021.8.x (2021.8.0, 2021.8.1, 2021.8.2, or 2021.8.3), we strongly recommend that you upgrade to version 2021.8.4 to get these new security fixes and new features. For more information, see Upgrade Autonomous Identity.|
To view the list of fixes in this release, see Key Fixes in Autonomous Identity 2021.8.4.
For general information on ForgeRock’s maintenance and patch releases, see Maintenance and Patch availability policy.
You can deploy Autonomous Identity 2021.8.4 as an initial deployment, or upgrade it from an existing 2021.8.x or 2021.3.x deployment.
New JDBC Options. Autonomous Identity now supports PostgreSQL and MSSQL JDBC data sources, in addition to Oracle and MySQL.New Database Type: PostgreSQL and MSSQL
For more information, see Set Data Sources.
New API Key Support for Endpoints. The following endpoints now support the use of the API key as an alternative to the authorization bearer token:
New API Property. ForgeRock has added a new property to track datasink status (ACK/NACK) to the decisions stored in the entitlement-assignment Elasticsearch index. The following endpoints have been updated with this new property:
New API Datasink Endpoints. ForgeRock has added new datasink endpoints to create, update, and delete datasink entities. Data sink is the downstream consumer of data within Autonomous Identity for service connectors, which are accessible through API endpoints.
See a conceptual image of Data Sink
The following are new endpoints:
Removal of the Swagger UI. The Swagger UI image container is no longer part of the deployer. The Swagger UI was removed to improve security. You can download the Autonomous Identity API and import it into Postman. See About the Autonomous Identity API.