DevOps Release Notes

Click here for recommended Kubernetes versions for deploying ForgeRock Identity Platform 7.1.

Click here for limitations when deploying ForgeRock Identity Platform 7.1 on Kubernetes.

May 12, 2021

This major new release of the forgeops repository supports ForgeRock Identity Platform 7.1. In addition to enabling new features in the platform, this release adds usability and security enhancements.

July 16, 2020

Release tag: 2020.07.15-alleVongole

This release provides performance improvements and small bug fixes.

Click here for the detailed change log.

June 25, 2020

Release tag: 2020.06.24-laPaniscia

This release provides performance improvements and small bug fixes.

Click here for the detailed change log.

May 18, 2020

Release tag: 2020.05.13-AlPomodoro.1

This release changes the recommended method for obtaining the forgeops repository. We now recommend that users clone the repository, and then create a branch based on the current release tag. For more information, see About the forgeops Repository .

The release also provides performance improvements and small bug fixes.

Click here for the detailed change log.

February 21, 2020

This release is a major new revision of the forgeops repository, and provides a completely new approach to ForgeRock DevOps. This release changes the way that AM, IDM, and IG configuration is stored and managed. Instead of relying on the external forgeops-init repository, configuration is now stored inside the Docker images for AM, IDM, and IG. Instead of using Helm charts, the forgeops repository now includes Kustomize and Skaffold example artifacts for deploying the CDK and CDM on Kubernetes.

The model for CDM cluster creation has also changed. Instead of bash scripts, the forgeops repository now provides Pulumi scripts to create GKE, EKS, and AKS clusters in which the CDM is installed.

Deprecated