The Kraken version 1.1 introduces even more improvements in logging.
The major changes are:
- added storing user data server-side
- data of internal objects and user data are now exposed in a schema code
- added support for several new operating systems
1.1 release brings several more features - check the release notes.
More details about the major features are below.
This feature enables users to store data in the workflow schema code on the server-side. For instance, a user can prepare data in JSON format in one step of the schema code. Then, in the subsequent step, the user can upload the data from the prepared file to the Kraken Server. The data can be attached to a flow, branch, or project. If it is attached to a flow, its scope is restricted to that particular flow, and it can be used in the next stage of that flow. However, it will not be visible in a new flow. If the data is attached to a branch or project, it will be shared by subsequent flows.
Details and examples are described in the Data Tool section of the Workflow Schema documentation.
Data in Schema Code
The data stored by the user, as well as the data of other internal objects such as jobs, runs, flows, branches, and projects, can be accessed in a stage schema code.
The data can be accessed via a context that is passed to the stage function and also through string interpolation of special variables.
All of this allows for significant dynamism in a stage schema code. For example, the list of jobs or step details may be based on the data stored by a user in previous stages.
Details are described in the Data in Schema chapter in the docs.
New OSes Supported
The new supported OSes include Rocky Linux 9, AlmaLinux and Debian Bookworm. The full list is availabled in Docker Executor docs.