Identity Federation for AWS 2.13 Release Notes


14 May 2020

The Utoolity team is pleased to present Identity Federation for AWS 2.13 – this release adds a dialog for temporary AWS security credentials and provides an option to enable connector management by restricted administrators.

You can now use the AWS Security Credentials dialog to generate and copy temporary AWS security credentials on demand, and you can enable connector management by restricted administrators via a feature flag.

If you are using Bamboo remote agents, please review the Identity Federation for AWS 2.13 Upgrade Notes for important information about this release.

Highlights (Core)

Generate and copy temporary AWS security credentials on demand

Temporary AWS security credentials dialog

You can now use the AWS Security Credentials dialog to generate temporary AWS security credentials on demand so that you can validate the IAM policy configuration, or provide the credentials to other tools and services for the configured duration. The dialog allows you to copy the credential elements as individual values, and it also provides code templates with applicable AWS CLI environment variables for Shell, PowerShell, and CMD usage, as well as a named profile fragment for the AWS credentials file.

Delegate connector management to restricted administrators

As a system administrator you can now enable connector management by restricted administrators via a feature flag. This is the first step in our journey to move AWS credentials management into user space while retaining tight administrative control where desired.

Resolved issues

Release 2.13.1


This release addresses the following issues:


  • Bugs

    • IFAWS-1357 (UAA-433) – Fix NullPointerException when using PUT/POST with an insufficient JSON payload

    • IFAWS-1358 (UAA-434) – Fix WebApplicationException when using PUT/POST without payload or non JSON content-type

Release 2.13.0


This release addresses the following issues:


  • Stories

    • IFAWS-824 – As an administrator, I want to enable connector management for restricted administrators so that I can delegate responsibilities

    • IFAWS-1234 (UAA-391) – As a user, I want to get temporary AWS credentials so that I can provide them to other contexts

  • Improvements

    • IFAWS-1287 – Unify quickstart portability pattern towards AWS guidance

    • IFAWS-1335 – Surface new AWS region Africa (Cape Town) / af-south-1

    • IFAWS-1337 – Surface new AWS region Europe (Milan) / eu-south-1


  • Tasks

    • IFAWS-1253 – Drop support for Bamboo 6.2

    • IFAWS-1308 – Drop support for Bamboo 6.3

    • IFAWS-1321 – Drop support for Bamboo 6.4


  • Tasks

    • IFAWS-1254 – Drop support for Bitbucket 5.3

    • IFAWS-1255 – Drop support for Bitbucket 5.4

    • IFAWS-1256 – Drop support for Bitbucket 5.5

    • IFAWS-1284 – Drop support for Bitbucket 5.6

    • IFAWS-1309 – Drop support for Bitbucket 5.7

    • IFAWS-1320 – Drop support for Bitbucket 5.8


  • Tasks

    • IFAWS-1257 – Drop support for Confluence 6.4

    • IFAWS-1282 – Drop support for Confluence 6.5

    • IFAWS-1307 – Drop support for Confluence 6.6

    • IFAWS-1319 – Drop support for Confluence 6.7


  • Bugs

    • IFAWS-1250 – Fix group selection widget CSS regressions in Jira 8.4.x

    • IFAWS-1328 – Fix 'Skip Validation' checkbox not being clickable under recent AUI versions

  •  Tasks

    • IFAWS-1258 – Drop support for Jira 7.5

    • IFAWS-1283 – Drop support for Jira 7.6

    • IFAWS-1310 – Drop support for Jira 7.7

    • IFAWS-1322 – Drop support for Jira 7.8

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