- Stable version is now 9.16.0
- Many bugs were crushed! (#130, #128, #127, #126, #121, #120, #119, #118, #113, #112, #103) - Many thanks to our newest contributors! @dudyk, @vadimtar and @corematter
- Merged patches to core (#1234, #1215, #1214, #1213, #1212, #1210, #1209, #1207, #1152).
- More tests were added to the CI system.
- Also contributed a generic apache-load-balancer chef recipe.
Celebrating over 100 bugs crushed mark! :) Thanks to all active contributors! (DBezemer, fugazi73, blackyboy, Ronileco, jpluijmers, smartdrive, baiyou2014, krarey, nzimas, nshulakov, joerace, iddrew, ironsizide, angober, nviera777, bnelson796, cschaub, mobcdi, flipmcf, dudyk, vadimtar).
- Stable version is now 9.15.0.
- Many more tests were added to the CI system.
- Continuous Integration reports are now publicly accessible.
- Many bug patches were merged to core in uiConfs, monitors, batches, and client generators. (ref: pull1, pull2)
- Amazon Web Services documentations contributed by @blackyboy: 1) CloudFront HTTP/s, 2) CloudFront RTMP, and 3) AWS S3 Remote Storage.
- Chef Kaltura cookbook are now available for download from the official Chef community site.
- Signed RPM packages: Signing RPMs adds an extra level of trustworthiness to the RPMs. A digital signature helps establish that the package indeed came from Kaltura, and not from someone masquerading as Kaltura or retrafficing via DNS spoofing, etc. (Read more about RPM signing).
- Introducing: Simple Tasks That Make A Difference! - small things you could patch to learn and at the same time contribute greatly to the platform!
- Stable version is now 9.14.0.
- Progressed with tests for CI.
- Dropped plans for using The Foremen, seems not ready yet. Collaborators who are familiar with TheForeman are welcome to take on that task. For now, Chef + bash scripts seems to be answering the needs.
Install Packages Updates
- Stable version is now 9.12.0, Testing version is 9.13.0
- Migration path between 9.11.0, 9.12.0 was tested by several users and found stable.
- 9.13.0 passed all CI tests.
- Added script to configure NFS client side
- Added new FAQ section for commonly asked questions help
- All CI tests were wrapped as local post-install sanity tests kit for users to run after installation verifying their install. See sanity-test kit screenshot.
- Install scripts output is now presented in colors to make messages easier to read and understand See install output screenshot
- Missing KMC documentation and bulk upload samples were added.
- Widgets upgrade and cleanup completed - updated to use new github links rather than old SVN. And added CI test to check for existence of all widget swfs that are referenced by uiConfs.
- Discovered missing old uiConf files - list is being checked against core to verify cleanup.
- @blackyboy contributed Configuring Drop Folder, Amazon S3 Remote Storage, Amazon CloudFront CDN, and CloudFront RTMP, will be added document shortly, and inspired the idea for Create Post-Inst Scripts for CDN Configurations.
- @DBezemer tested and updated Deploying Kaltura Clusters guide to be even more "fool-proof".
- Deploy Local Repository for Offline Install guide was added to support environments that are not connected to the internet.
Continuous Integration Updates
- Nightly sanity occurs each night on EC2, logs entries to SQLite and sends a CSV report by email. See example CSV Report
- Erected a cluster to test on ESXi for testing, integration in progress
- Currently working on integration using The Foremen to support wider range of deployment options.
- Alpha tests have all passes sucessfully.
- Further Cluster and Chef deployment guides were tested on AWS.
- Red5 package fully tested (both webcam and FMLE).
- QA Analytics reporting events deployed, users can now opt-in to send repoting events for system stability reports and deployment issue assistance.
- IX-9.11.0 was released and tested.
- Specifications and definition for the Kaltura Platform Packages CI Project were created.
- Entered Phase D - Public Beta, and Continuous Integration System.
Cluster install passed successfully, Chef scripts created, many tests passed and bugs crushed.
- Red5 package was added to kaltura-server and KCW webcam tested.
- monit package was fully tested.
- Chef scripts were created - now you can deploy a complete Kaltura cluster with the click of a button!
- 18 packaging bugs crushed (thanks to @DBezemer, @mobcdi and @doubleshot)!
- 7 fix patches submitted to core by @jessp01.
- 1 Admin Console view contributed by @DBezemer.
- New documents published: 1) cluster deployment document, 2) configuring platform monitors.
- Local Drop folders passed tests.
- Upgrade to 9.10 will be skipped. As 9.11 planned for release next week, nightly will progress straight to 9.11.
- Project announced on a blog post!
Single server installed passes successfully, including sanity of the following features:
- Partner creation
- Content upload of various kinds
- Thumbnail creation
- Entry investigation
- Entry embed
- Partner config options via Admin Console
- API v3 tests for the PHP5 and Java client libs
- Cluster install is in final stages of testing and expected to finish sanity today
- Monitoring suite is under way and is also expected to be released for testing today
- Entered Phase C.2 - Alpha Repositories & Testing
We are thrilled to share that we've reached public alpha testing phase of the RPM packages. If you're running a RedHat based distro and would like to test, please review the RPM installation steps.