Uyuni is a fork of Spacewalk developed by SUSE. It is an open-source configuration and infrastructure management solution for software-defined infrastructure. Release 4.0.2 is a big one, especially for those using Ubuntu Server, because it is the first release that handles .deb packages without any tricking. But there’s plenty more.

What’s new in Uyuni 4.0.2

  • Base system upgrade to openSUSE Leap 15.1
  • Salt 2019.2.0
  • Prometheus Monitoring
  • Content lifecycle management
  • Virtualization management for Salt minions
  • Updated Documentation Structure
  • Improved logging for Salt Remote Command Page
  • Support for more Distributions as Clients
  • EoL for openSUSE Leap 42.3 clients
  • Salt Rate Limiting (Batching)
  • Product Information Loaded from SCC
  • Image build host with SLES 12 SP4
  • Updated backend for communicating with SCC
  • XMLRPC API changes
  • Support for Ubuntu Clients
  • Change behavior on token refresh
  • New option to force regeneration of channel metadata
  • New products supported
  • Package download endpoint override
  • Technical preview: Single Sign-On (SSO)

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