VMware Cloud Director Object Storage Extension 1.0.1 | 24 OCT 2019 | Build 14920149
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This release of VMware Cloud Director Object Storage Extension includes the following new capabilities:
Support for Multisite Deployments of VMware Cloud Director
You can install and configure VMware Cloud Director Object Storage Extension 1.0.1 within an environment with multiple VMware Cloud Director sites.
If you are a service provider, see Configuring and Managing Multisite Deployments.
If you are a tenant user, see Working with Multiple Sites.
Folders and Subfolders within Buckets
Starting with VMware Cloud Director Object Storage Extension 1.0.1, you can create folders and subfolders within buckets. See Working with Folders.
Support for Single Sign-On and LDAP Methods for User Authentication
VMware Cloud Director Object Storage Extension 1.0.1 supports VMware Cloud Director LDAP and Single Sign-On methods for user authentication.
Interoperability with VMware Cloud Director 10 for Service Providers
In addition to earlier versions of VMware Cloud Director, you can install and configure VMware Cloud Director Object Storage Extension 1.0.1 within a VMware Cloud Director 10 installation. See VMware Product Interoperability Matrices.
To upgrade VMware Cloud Director Object Storage Extension to version 1.0.1, uninstall the earlier version of the software from the host machine, install the new RPM package, and run a data migration script. See Upgrade Cloud Director Object Storage Extension.
- S3 API requests authenticated with application credentials do not support the following use cases:
- Accessing a shared bucket if another user grants you permissions for the bucket.
- Deleting multiple objects simultaneously with a single API request.
- Restriction on copying objects from buckets that you own.
- VMware Cloud Director and the underlying storage systems have different limitations on user names. To use VMware Cloud Director Object Storage Extension, user names must comply with both the requirements of VMware Cloud Director and the underlying storage system. A best practice is to use short user names (under 50 bytes) and to use alphanumeric characters.