News KrakenD 2.1.1 Enterprise released - Now with ARM64 support

KrakenD 2.1.1 EE (patch version) released

by Albert Lombarte

Nov 24, 2022

1 min read

The new KrakenD Enterprise version 2.1.1 is already available for install or upgrade. This patch version does not bring new API Gateway functionality but adds support for ARM64 and other improvements. What’s changed in EE v2.1.1 vs EE 2.1.0 This version includes the following changes: New flag --log (or -l) on the krakend e2e to define where the output of the integration tests are saved. Architectures: Now officially supporting ARM64 architectures, releasing new Docker containers and packages.

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KrakenD 2.1.3 (patch version) released

by Albert Lombarte

Nov 18, 2022

1 min read

The new KrakenD version 2.1.3 is now available. This patch version does not bring new API Gateway functionality but adds support for ARM64 and other improvements. What’s changed in v2.1.3 vs 2.1.2 This version includes the following changes: Architectures: Now officially supporting ARM64 architectures, releasing new Docker containers and packages. A new flag, hide_version_header, placed in the router settings, allows obfuscating the X-Krakend-Version header. Performance improvement on Lambda usage Bugfix: Return a 400 status code when the body is empty or a malformed JSON (thanks to @efcasado Bugfix: Reject requests with special chars in the params (@Lura)

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KrakenD Enterprise 2.1 released

by Albert Lombarte

Oct 28, 2022

6 min read

The KrakenD team is pleased to announce the release of KrakenD Enterprise 2.1, already available for install or upgrade. KrakenD EE 2.1 brings a lot of new functionality, including advanced manipulation with a JSON Query language, a Revoke Server to manage tokens in clusters, new Kibana and Grafana dashboards, faster encoding, a rewritten and richer NewRelic exporter, Websockets balancing, and much more. Apologies because we have added so much that the summary is not going to be short this time :)

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KrakenD becomes a CNA (CVE Numbering Authority)

by Albert Lombarte

Oct 25, 2022

1 min read

The Spanish National Cybersecurity Institute (INCIBE) announces today the addition of KrakenD as a CNA (CVE Numbering Authority). KrakenD assumes as its own, from this date, the best practices of this program. KrakenD is now authorized by the CVE Program to assign CVE identifiers within its scope and its corresponding publication in the CNA section. Information technology and cybersecurity professionals use CVE Records to ensure they are discussing the same issue, and to coordinate their efforts to prioritize and address the vulnerabilities.

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KrakenD 2.1.2 (patch version) released

by Albert Lombarte

Oct 24, 2022

1 min read

A new patch version KrakenD 2.1.2 is available to download page. This release fixes a bug while parsing placeholders in endpoint. What’s changed in v2.1.2 vs 2.1.1 This patch version includes the following changes: Bugfix: Some requests sent to backend don’t have the parameters replaced from the client URL

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KrakenD 2.1.1 (patch version) released

by Albert Lombarte

Oct 21, 2022

1 min read

A new patch version KrakenD 2.1.1 is available to download page. In addition to the patch, we have created a new plugin-builder Docker image for those who compile custom plugins. What’s changed in v2.1.1 vs 2.1.0 This patch version includes the following changes: Bot detector: Avoid aborting with an error by @taik0 (changelog) krakend check: Configs should be able to have 0 endpoints. by @taik0 (changelog) Influx: Logs normalized by @kpacha (changelog) Json Schema: validate schema definitions and reuse schema by @moritzploss (changelog) JOSE: Add cacheDuration by @mguay22 JOSE: use a sempahore to orchestrate the concurrent warm up of the JWK caches by @kpacha (changelog) Lambda: AWS SDK version update by @boris154 (changelog) Lua: deps updated so error messages can contain the : char by @kpacha (changelog) Martian: Replace the header.

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KrakenD 2.1 released!

by Albert Lombarte

Sep 30, 2022

3 min read

The KrakenD team is pleased to announce the release of KrakenD 2.1. You can get it packaged from the download page. KrakenD 2.1 brings a new ready-to-use Kibana dashboard, an updated Grafana Dashboard for InfluxDB v2 and more features and bugfixes described below: New features: Added a krakend version command that outputs the KrakenD, Go, and Glibc versions. Added allow_insecure_connections flag to ease development stages that use self-signed certificates. Easier logging to disk or remote server logging via the configurable syslog facility Customizable response body for 404 and 405 errors Added context propagation between Handler plugins and KrakenD Client plugins (router gin 1.

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KrakenD partners with Child Rescue Coalition

by Albert Garcia

Sep 19, 2022

2 min read

Barcelona, September 19th 2022.- KrakenD announces today the partnership with Child Rescue Coalition. Child Rescue Coalition (CRC) is a nonprofit organization whose mission is to rescue children from sexual abuse by building technology for law enforcement to track, arrest and prosecute child predators. KrakenD has donated an unlimited commercial license (KrakenD Enterprise) to CRC to help them build and scale their APIs-oriented technological platform. CRC has contributed to rescuing more than 3,200 children from sexual exploitation and abuse.

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IBM proposes KrakenD as an alternative to their IBM Cloud API Gateway

by Albert Garcia

Aug 8, 2022

1 min read

The IBM Cloud API Gateway service provided traffic limiting, splitting, and authentication for Cloud Functions and Cloud Foundry users. Unfortunately, IBM’s API Gateway service was deprecated and shut down on August 31st, 2022. Existing endpoints will no longer route to their respective functions or apps. A blog post by IBM Cloud published on June 8th provided some tips and recommendations for IBM Cloud API Gateway users. For those users who still require an API Gateway as part of their platform architecture, KrakenD has been suggested as an alternative.

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CVE-2022-1561: Crafted backend urls

by Daniel López

Jun 21, 2022

1 min read

There is a new vulnerability in the Lura Project software (which is the KrakenD’s engine). We have immediately corrected the problem in the subsequent release after its report. Please upgrade to the latest version.

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