Identity Federation for AWS 2.10 Release Notes

31 August 2018

The Utoolity team is pleased to present Identity Federation for AWS 2.10 – this release adds an updated REST API version 2.1 that allows to manage credentials and connectors, is available as a Data Center approved app, and increases performance for users with large connector pools.

If you are using Bamboo remote agents, please review the Identity Federation for AWS 2.10 Upgrade Notes for important information about this release.


Manage credentials and connectors via the REST API

The REST API has gained an updated minor version 2.1 to also support DELETE|POST|PUT methods for accounts (access keys) and connectors so that administrators can automate the provisioning and management of credentials and connectors (for example, to rotate AWS access keys) – refer to the Developer Guide for details.

API Compatibility

Identity Federation for AWS strives to support the two latest major API versions to provide an upgrade path:

Provision Identity Federation for AWS as a Data Center approved app

The Utoolity team is proud that the entire Identity Federation for AWS app family has qualified for the Data Center approved apps launch at Summit Europe 2018. This achievement was made possible by a significant engineering effort that also benefits our Server customers because applicable performance and scalability improvements within the shared code base will be available for both deployment options right away. We will follow suit striving for official approval of our Automation with AWS app family over the coming months (all our apps have been Data Center compatible from the get go, but the Data Center approval program ensures that all apps are formally vetted against agreed upon quality standards within the ecosystem).

Gain increased performance with large connector pools

As part of the work to qualify for the Data Center approved apps launch we have been able to significantly increase the performance of deployments with large connector pools.

Resolved issues

Release 2.10.4


This release addresses the following issues:


  • Technical debt

    • IFAWS-1100 – Address removal of ApplicationPropertiesService.getSharedHomeDir() in Bitbucket Server 6.0

Release 2.10.3


This release addresses the following issues:


  • Improvements

    • IFAWS-1062 – Surface new AWS region EU (Stockholm) / eu-north-1

Release 2.10.2


This release addresses the following issues:


  • Improvements

    • IFAWS-1039 – Surface new AWS region GovCloud (US-East) / us-gov-east-1

    • IFAWS-1046 – Add validation for access key alias duplicate

Release 2.10.1


This release addresses the following issues:


  • Bugs

    • IFAWS-1008 – Fix license warning referring to 'plugin' rather than 'app'

    • IFAWS-1009 – Fix internal server error on configuration page due to LicenseException: MISSING

Release 2.10.0


This release addresses the following issues:


  • Stories

    • IFAWS-143 – As an administrator, I want to DELETE|POST|PUT an AWS connector so that I can automate configuration

  • Improvements

    • IFAWS-704 (UAA-262) – Expose long-term AWS credentials ID in AWS Connector resource

    • IFAWS-885 – Add connector ID to AWS resource menu tooltip

    • IFAWS-945 (UAA-327) – Address Active Object performance issues when using AO entity implementations

    • IFAWS-1006 – Mark app as Data Center approved


  • Tasks

    • IFAWS-573 – Drop support for Bamboo 5.10

    • IFAWS-886 – Drop support for Bamboo 5.11

    • IFAWS-943 – Drop support for Bamboo 5.12

    • IFAWS-996 – Drop support for Bamboo 5.13


  • Tasks

    • IFAWS-887 – Drop support for Bitbucket 4.2

    • IFAWS-888 – Drop support for Bitbucket 4.3

    • IFAWS-889 – Drop support for Bitbucket 4.4

    • IFAWS-912 – Drop support for Bitbucket 4.5

    • IFAWS-942 – Drop support for Bitbucket 4.6

    • IFAWS-944 – Drop support for Bitbucket 4.7

    • IFAWS-969 – Drop support for Bitbucket 4.8

    • IFAWS-970 – Drop support for Bitbucket 4.9


  • Improvements

    • IFAWS-1005 – Add more icons for supported and related AWS services


  • Tasks

    • IFAWS-568 – Drop support for Jira 7.1

    • IFAWS-891 – Drop support for Jira 7.2

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