HPE OO 10.70 has been released
We are proud to announce that HPE OO 10.70 has been released!
HPE OO 10.70 is available for download here
Rerun a flow from a specific step - Central provides the ability to rerun a flow from a specific step if the flow failed or was cancelled.
Network Consumption Enhancements – the number of network requests and the RAS-Central throughput have been reduced by implementing several changes
HPE OO is now compatible with CloudSlang version 1.0 - for details on the CloudSlang and how it is used to define workflows in OO, see the CloudSlang documentation here.
Data Persistence Enhancements
New functionality has been added in HPE OO to enable reducing the amount of data persisted in the database, thus decreasing the overall OO database use.
To implement this, you can define the persistence of a step in a flow to allow less data to be persisted in the OO database.
Note: both data persistence and rerun a flow from a specific step have introduced new capabilities on the Studio side.
Database Health Enhancements
Rerun Usage Information in Database Health Graph - if you have defined rerun points in a flow, you can now see the Rerun Usage information in the Database Health graph in Central.
Purge Rerun Info - the Database Health tab also displays information about how to schedule rerun data purging flows, in order to control the size of the database.
Auto-upgrade your 10.60 RASes to HPE OO 10.70
You can automatically upgrade your RASes from version 10.60 by using the Central UI and the ras-upgrade.zip file, which is available from the HPE OO installation package.
OOSH now uses latest Central REST API
OOSH is now able to trigger CloudSlang flows
OOSH is now available as a standalone version and no longer requires a full Central installation.
An option to trigger a flow synchronously has been added to OOSH.
The OO Shell for Authoring (OOSHA) can now create content packs from CloudSlang projects.
OOSHA is now available as a standalone version and no longer requires a full Central installation.
Andrei Vasile Truta