ESB 17.09 Released

Pentagull is pleased to announce the availability of ESB v17.09.

Along with the usual collection of fixes, this release introduces support for the ASP.NET MVC framework.  MVC represents the latest in web application design, and it is our long term goal to convert all pages of the ESB application to MVC, solidifying our committment to keeping the ESB platform modern and competitive.

Other new features in this release include enhancements to the XML-based import and export of work items, support for multiple mapping providers in a single installation, and initial support for SAML-based single sign-on.

Existing ESB customers can find full release notes in the ESB Agile Documentation Portal.

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