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Pulse Secure Traffic Manager 18.3 Released

In this release, Pulse Secure Virtual Traffic Manager focuses on product platform enhancement for cloud, open-source integration and security features. Pulse vTM 18.3 makes it easier to build new, innovative applications, with support for DevOps tools used by modern application developers. Highlights in this release include:

  • New Community Edition - The Community Edition of Pulse Traffic Manager is a free-to-download, free-to-use, full-featured virtual ADC solution, which developers can use immediately to build smarter applications. Developers have access to resources and full documentation via the Pulse Community, and the option to migrate to a fully-supported version without the need for downtime.

    The Community Edition software is available via the “Try Now” option on the Pulse web site or via the Docker Hub for even easier access.. This replaces the former “Developer Edition” with a higher throughput, and is restricted to a maximum of four nodes in a cluster. Specifications:

    Throughput

    Restricted to 10 Mbps throughput

    Clustering

    Restricted to a maximum of 4 nodes in a cluster

    WAF

    Included in the Community Edition

    Data Export

    Not available in the Community Edition



  • Improved Support for Deploying into Kubernetes -
    In this new release, Pulse vTM cm-K8S-Diagram.pngcan now use Kubernetes ConfigMap and Secret objects to store its configuration, allowing for easy deployment and unattended management of traffic managers in Kubernetes clusters. For more information on deployment manifests and examples, see https://github.com/pulse-vadc/kubernetes-vtm

     

  • Support for TLS 1.3 - With support for TLS 1.3, Pulse vTM provides a wide range of options for transaction security, with full control over the selection of security settings per virtual server, per pool, or as a global setting, to suit a range of enterprise deployment options. In this release, Pulse vTM supports server-side termination of TLS 1.3, but not support for onward forwarding via TLS 1.3.

For more information, please refer to the release notes, available on the download portal. A complete set of user documentation is also available on http://pulsesecure.net/vadc-docs including getting started guides, installation, configuration and API reference documentation.

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‎11-28-2018 07:39:AM
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