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The next release of Mashery Local - v4.0 was made Generally Available a few weeks back. With this release we have included several features - some geared towards improvements in security oriented features and some towards improving dev ops flexibility around deploying Mashery Local. The new features are as below:
1) Mashery Local is now also available for deployment in Docker-based environments ( in addition to the virtual appliance form-factor). This allows administrators to easily deploy Mashery Local in either internal data-centers or external cloud platforms that support Docker based deployment choices.
2) Mashery Local now includes full support for HTTPS server and client support. Features are included that allow administrators to configure trust and identity stores, set up HTTPS client profiles and facilitate two-way SSL if needed to the API back-end. Additionally, communication between an enterprise's load balancer and Mashery Local cluster can now be encrypted over SSL ( via a user-controlled configuration option)
3) Mashery Local now includes a secure way to manage developer secrets - a new option is now avaiable "Secure Hash Authentication" while configuring API endpoints. When this option is selected, secrets will no longer be stored anywhere either on-cloud or on-premise. Instead only a one-way hash of the secrets get stored which render them effectively useless in the event they get compromised
To download this release and get access to the detailed documentation, you can visit http://edelivery.tibco.com as usual or contact Technical Support for assistance