Iglu Server 0.8.4 released

We are pleased to announce we have released Iglu Server version 0.8.4

What’s different?

There is a small change to how the server responds to CORS requests, but with no expected impact on applications relying on CORS.

Previously the server responded to CORS requests with the header Access-Control-Allow-Credentials: true . But this header is inappropriate for Iglu Server, which does not use cookies or client certificates or standard authorization headers for authentication. Version 0.8.4 of Iglu Server will not respond with an Access-Control-Allow-Credentials header.

Also, several library dependencies have also been upgraded to later versions, which addresses some potential security vulnerabilities reported for some previous versions.

Upgrading with Helm

If you deploy Iglu Server with Helm, then you can install the latest version of the chart, which has been upgraded to use Iglu Server version 0.8.4

Upgrading with Docker

If you deploy Iglu Server with docker, then upgrading is as simple as pulling the latest docker image:

docker pull snowplow/iglu-server:0.8.4