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The official CAS
6.0.0 GA was released on December 28th, 2018. Since then, the project has been moving forward with development of the next feature release that is tagged as
6.1.0. Please review the release policy to learn more about the scope of the release. This post intends to highlight some of the improvements and enhancements packed into the first release candidate in the
Shake Well Before Use
We strongly recommend that you take advantage of the release candidates as they come out. Waiting for a
GA release is only going to set you up for unpleasant surprises. A
GA is simply a tag and nothing more. Note that CAS releases are strictly time-based releases; they are not scheduled or based on specific benchmarks, statistics or completion of features. To gain confidence in a particular release, it is strongly recommended that you start early by experimenting with release candidates and/or follow-up snapshots.
In order to start experimenting with release candidates, at any given time, you should be able to append
-SNAPSHOT to the CAS version specified in order to take advantage of snapshot builds as changes are made and published.
gradle.properties of the overlay, adjust the following setting:
- New & Noteworthy
- Small Stuff
- Library Upgrades
- Get Involved
New & Noteworthy
Hazelcast WAN Replication
Hazelcast WAN replication using static discovery is now supported by CAS.
SAML2 Metadata Management via JSON
SAML2 service provider integrations that do not necessarily provide metadata may be managed dynamically inside a standalone JSON file.
SAML2 Signing Credential Fingerprint
SAML services are given the ability
to filter the signing credential used in the metadata by its
Git Service Registry
Service registry files can now be managed via Git.
Support for password synchronization is now available.
TLS for REST Protocol
REST Protocol is now able to support TLS for client authentication.
- REST Authentication can now display warnings as part of the authentication flow.
- REST Password Management may now support endpoints protected via Basic AuthN.
- A number of Groovy-based components are internally improved to cache and monitor the Groovy script prior to execution.
- Reduced LOC in favor of Lombok’s annotations such as
- Authentication pre/post processing can now be augmented via Groovy scripts.
- Minor updates to CAS language bundles.
- A lot of broken in the CAS documentation are fixed and automated processes for checking links is now included as part of the CAS build.
- Delegated authentication for OIDC allows for specifying the response mode and type via CAS settings.
- Azure KeyVault
- Spring Boot
- Amazon SDK
- Start your CAS deployment today. Try out features and share feedback.
- Better yet, contribute patches.
- Suggest and apply documentation improvements.
Big thanks to all who participate in the development of this release to submit patches and contribute improvements. Keep’em coming!