ESB 22.01 Released
Pentagull is pleased to announce the release of version 22.01 of the ESB platform. This release continues the recent trend of incremental improvements to reliability and usability as well as providing some feature enhancements.
What's new for System Configurators?
It is now possible to tag object templates in the same way that form fields can be tagged. Tags provide a unified way of identifying objects across multiple ESB installations and are a great way for developers to build scalable and re-usable products that can easily be deployed to new installations.
We have also introduced the ability to increase the minimum password length from 8 characters for those organisations whose security policy requires a longer minimum password. Note that this does not apply to organisations using LDAP or federated authentication as the password policy is already dictated by the authentication provider.
A complete set of changes can be found in the Technical Release Notes available via the ESB Agile Discussion Forum. If you are a Pentagull customer, you will receive this release in accordance with your agreed release schedule. Should you have any questions about this release, please contact your account manager, or reach out to us at firstname.lastname@example.org.