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CFEngine Build System version 2

A while back we released version 2 of cfbs, and even though we release versions of this tool quite frequently, without announcing it on the blog, we thought this was a good opportunity to talk a bit about the tool, what’s new and our direction with it in the future. The reason why we called this the “2.0” release is that we are trying to follow semantic versioning, and there were some big new features in the release which could be considered breaking changes.

June 14, 2022

CFEngine 2021 Retrospective

For our final blog post of 2021 and continuing our tradition, we’d like to reflect on all the CFEngine accomplishments throughout the year and provide a sneak peak of what to expect in 2022. Modernized Mission Portal UI In CFEngine Enterprise 3.18.0 LTS, released in June, we overhauled the web user interface. You can read about the changes in our blog post on the subject. We will continue to make meaningful design changes within Mission Portal next year with the goal of making it more intuitive and user friendly.

Posted by Cody Valle
December 31, 2021

CFEngine 3.19 released - Collaboration

Today, we are pleased to announce the release of CFEngine 3.19.0! In 2021, for this release, and the launch of CFEngine Build, our focus has been on collaboration. We want to deliver a lot of value to our users through modules, and enable you to share and cooperate on policy, promise types, compliance reports, etc. CFEngine 3.19 is not an LTS release, so the intention for us is to give you a chance to start testing and giving feedback on the new features we are developing, before they land in an LTS version next year.

December 10, 2021

CFEngine 3.15.5 and 3.18.1 released

We are pleased to announce two new patch releases for CFEngine, version 3.15.5 and 3.18.1! These releases mainly contain bug fixes and dependency updates. What’s new In addition to bug fixes, some smaller features and improvements were added to 3.18.1. These additions are focused on the Mission Portal UI and API, and were added due to user feedback. Enterprise APIs The new API endpoint - /api/hosts/deleted can be used to list previously deleted hosts.

November 29, 2021

CFEngine 3.18 LTS released - Extensibility

Today, we are pleased to announce the release of CFEngine 3.18.0! The focus of this new version has been extensibility. It also marks an important event, the beginning of the 3.18 LTS series, which will be supported for 3 years. Several new features have been added since the release of CFEngine 3.15 LTS, in the form of non-LTS releases. In this blog post we’ll primarily focus on what is new in 3.

June 24, 2021

The CFEngine UI gets a fresh look

In the past 2 and half months, we have refreshed the visual design of the CFEngine UI (Mission Portal). As part of the UX/UI design team, our goal is to provide an up-to-date design as well as an easy-to-use user interface. In this blog post, I will showcase the changes we made, the process behind the redesign, and the challenges encountered along the way. I am sharing the journey with you and hope to inspire the people who are currently planning to take a similar path.

Posted by ChiaCheng Lu
June 17, 2021

CFEngine 3.12.7 and 3.15.4 released

We are pleased to announce two new patch releases for CFEngine, version 3.12.7 and 3.15.4! These releases mainly contain bug fixes and dependency updates. Changelogs As always, you can see a full list of changes and improvements in our changelogs: 3.12.7 Changelog for CFEngine Community 3.12.7 Changelog for CFEngine Enterprise 3.12.7 Changelog for Masterfiles Policy Framework 3.15.4 Changelog for CFEngine Community 3.15.4 Changelog for CFEngine Enterprise 3.15.4 Changelog for Masterfiles Policy Framework Please note that the Enterprise changelogs contain only changes specific to enterprise.

June 8, 2021

Feature preview: Trigger agent runs and report collection from Mission Portal

If you are debugging issues with a host, it is quite common to want to make changes to CFEngine policy, and speed up the process of fetching, evaluating and reporting for that host. You can do this by running cf-runagent and cf-hub from the command line, now we’ve brought this functionality into Mission Portal: You can see the feature in action, here: This feature will be part of CFEngine Enterprise 3.

March 31, 2021

Using Policy Analyzer to develop and debug CFEngine policy

I have a setup at home where I keep a local git server running on a Raspberry Pi 3 which contains personal/work journal, dotfiles and a personal policy repository. It was set up manually so before adding a new git repository for a family password store I set about retrofiting the configuration in CFEngine. The goal in this blog is to ensure that what I have already is managed by CFEngine and that what I want to add, /srv/git/passwords.

Posted by Craig Comstock
March 29, 2021
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