October 20, 2022

pSeven Enterprise v2022.10 Release

pSeven development team announces the release of pSeven Enterprise v2022.10, a new version of our low code cloud-native collaborative platform for building, deploying and operating different models and processes at scale. It brings a lot of improvements and updates. Take a look what's new below.

Updates and Changes

  • Design space exploration block (beta):
    • Added optional per-variable and per-response result ports, which you can use to get the result values for specific input and output components of your task.
    • Added optional per-component initial sample ports.
    • Enable those ports in the Ports and parameters dialog in the block configuration.
      DSE Additional Ports
  • Python script block:
    • You can now rename request (argument) and response (function) ports - for example, to display human-readable names in the Block properties pane and the Links dialog, instead of Python variable identifiers.

      Python Script


    • Added the code autoformatting toggle in the Configuration pane, which you can use to disable the default formatting if you find that more convenient.

      Code Format Toggle
    • Added the support for missing (N/A) values: it is now possible to pass arrays with missing values through ports, and pass N/A or None as a value of a float (Real), int (Integer), or str (String) variable.
  • You can copy and paste table and matrix data between the Edit value dialog and Excel or another spreadsheet editor that uses a similar clipboard format (tab-delimited tabular data).
  • Added the support for tables and matrices with missing (N/A) values.
  • Added the support for string matrices.
  • Various small improvements in the table and matrix editors in the Edit value dialog.

Deployment and administration

  • Added experimental support for NFSv4 file storages. Disabling NFSv4 on the file storage NFS server is now optional.
  • Updated pSeven Enterprise for compatibility with Kubernetes versions 1.15.5 through 1.25.2, removing the "batch/v1beta1 CronJob is deprecated" warning that appeared during deployment on Kubernetes 1.21 and newer versions.
  • To reduce some of the security risks related to allowing users to connect to a pSeven Enterprise deployment directly, all X-Forwarded-* headers in HTTP requests are now ignored by default.

pSeven Enterprise v2022.10 also includes other changes and bugfixes — please check the release changelog for a full list. You can also contact us to get more information and pSeven Enterprise updates.

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