New features of UbiOps – November 2020

On the 19th of November 2020, we have released new functionality and made improvements to UbiOps SaaS.

Here is an overview of all new functionality and changes in UbiOps Saas:

Models and Connectors will become ‘Deployments’

The concepts of a Model and Connector in UbiOps have become a new single item called ‘Deployment’. The existing concept of built-in Connectors disappeared. It is now possible to deploy data input and output connectors the same way as all other code, using the Deployment template.

Data Connector templates

We created a set of ready-to-go templates for connecting to various data systems which you can upload as a Deployment and use in pipelines. All previously built-in connectors are available as a template. Over time we will expand this repository of data connector templates.

No action required

All existing models will remain functioning as they do as the previous endpoints are still available. Existing connectors are migrated to the new format automatically.

Adding labels to Deployments

We added the option to add labels to Deployments to make it easy to categorize them inside your project. These labels can be user-defined.


Authentication support for Microsoft AD and Google

We now provide single sign-on (SSO) support for Microsoft Active Directory (AD) and Google. This means that it is now possible to create a UbiOps account using your managed credentials from either Microsoft AD or Google.
When choosing this option when signing up, you will be automatically redirected to the respective login page of either service.

Existing UbiOps accounts will remain unchanged. If you want to enable SSO for an existing user account, please contact us.


Audit events

We added ‘Audit Events’ which keep track of all user actions within a project such as the creation and deletion of deployments and pipelines, changes to configuration, and more. This provides an additional way of governing all activity inside a project and within your team.

You can view the event log within the UI or access events for specific projects and objects through the API with the CLI or Client Library.

Questions & Support

Enjoy the new functionality!  Stay up to date with our developments on our blog. Read UbiOps documentation for more information on UbiOps and how to use it.

Is there anything that you are missing in UbiOps? We would love your feedback and suggestions: Go to our feature request form.

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