These are release notes for Tanzu Cloud Service Broker for AWS.

v1.1.3

Release Date: April 20, 2022

Feature

New feature in this release:

  • S3 bucket versioning is available: You can enable versioning for each bucket by setting enable_versioning in the plan properties or in the service instance create request.

Resolved Issue

This release has the following fix:

  • Redis display names are now correct: Some display names were labeled incorrectly before.

Known Issue

This release has the following issue:

  • PostgreSQL instances cannot be moved to smaller plans: Because of a limitation with Amazon RDS for PostgreSQL, instance plans cannot be changed to smaller plans. For example, when using a cf update-service -p command. This restriction also applies to subsumed PostgreSQL instances. Updates to a PostgreSQL instance fail if they attempt an update that decreases storage_gb. For information about decreasing the total provisioned storage size of an Amazon RDS database instance, see the AWS documentation.

v1.1.2

Release Date: February 22, 2022

Features

New features and changes in this release:

  • Provision and update operations alert you if you attempt to override plan defined properties: The attempt now returns an error. Previously these commands would accept the property change request, but override your change with the plan defined value.

  • Validation of parameters: When additional JSON parameters are supplied as part of a cf create-service, cf update-service, cf bind-service, or cf create-service-key, they are now validated against the list of supported parameters. The operation fails with an error if a parameter is unknown.

Resolved Issues

This release has the following fixes:

  • Parameters now persist through multiple updates: Parameters sent when updating a service are stored, and do not need to be sent again in subsequent updates.

Known Issues

This release has the following issues:

  • PostgreSQL instances cannot be moved to smaller plans: Because of a limitation with Amazon RDS for PostgreSQL, instance plans cannot be changed to smaller plans. For example, when using a cf update-service -p command. This restriction also applies to subsumed PostgreSQL instances. Updates to a PostgreSQL instance fail if they attempt an update that decreases storage_gb. For information about decreasing the total provisioned storage size of an Amazon RDS database instance, see the AWS documentation.

  • Some Redis display names are incorrect: This issue is fixed in Cloud Service Broker for AWS v1.1.3.

v1.1.1

Release Date: November 19, 2021

Features

New features and changes in this release:

  • Support for encryption of sensitive data: Cloud Service Broker for AWS can now encrypt sensitive data that is provided or generated during provisioning and binding and stored in the state database. A key generated from the password you configure in the tile is used for the encryption. For how to configure encryption, see Configure a State Database.

Resolved Issues

This release has the following fixes:

  • Use restricted user to connect to CredHub: The broker uses cf.uaa.services_credhub_credentials instead of cf.uaa.credhub_admin_client_client_credentials to communicate with CredHub. The new credentials have restricted access.

Known Issues

This release has the following issues:

  • PostgreSQL instances cannot be moved to smaller plans: Because of a limitation with Amazon RDS for PostgreSQL, instance plans cannot be changed to smaller plans. For example, when using a cf update-service -p command. This restriction also applies to subsumed PostgreSQL instances. Updates to a PostgreSQL instance fail if they attempt an update that decreases storage_gb. For information about decreasing the total provisioned storage size of an Amazon RDS database instance, see the AWS documentation.

  • Parameters specified during service instance updates are not persisted by subsequent updates: If you update a service instance and change a parameter, then the next time that you update the service instance, you must specify the same parameter again. Otherwise, the parameters revert to the values that they had when the service instance was created.

  • Some Redis display names are incorrect: This issue is fixed in Cloud Service Broker for AWS v1.1.3.

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