What's new in oxd 3.1.x#
oxd 3.1.3 includes improvements to the oxd-https-extension, new features to better support Gluu Gateway, and bug fixes to improve usability and administration.
Tighter Gluu Gateway integration#
oxd 3.1.3 includes improvements to existing functionality to work better with Gluu Gateway, such as the ability to update existing UMA resources in the Gluu Server.
Better https extension#
We've expanded our initialization script for the oxd HTTPS extension to increase performance and make configuration easier.
Up to 10 OAuth 2.0 clients free, forever!#
We wanted to build the oxd ecosystem, so now all accounts include up to 10 OAuth 2.0 clients free forever. All clients in excess of 10 will still be charged $0.33 per day.
Review the oxd 3.1.3 release notes for a full list of fixes and new features in oxd 3.1.3.
oxd 3.1.2 includes bug fixes, easier administration, and additional security features.
Better OAuth 2.0 support#
oxd 3.1.2 features more comprehensive support for OAuth 2.0, including a new access token introspection command, an UMA RPT introspection command, and support for
or logical operations.
oxd 3.1.2 includes a new command to remove a client from oxd. This is helpful to keep the server organzied and uncluttered.
Review the oxd 3.1.2 release notes for a full list of fixes and new features in oxd 3.1.2.
We've made significant updates to oxd 3.1.1 to improve performance and functionality.
oxd 2.4.4 and 3.0.1 were billed USD $0.33 per server per day. oxd 3.1.1 is billed USD $0.33 per application per day
Existing and/or new installations of oxd 2.4.4 and oxd 3.0.1 will continue to be billed per server per day
New or upgraded oxd 3.1.1 deployments will be subject to the new per application billing model
Learn more about pricing & billing.
oxd 3.1.1 includes a new component called the
oxd-https-extension. The extension is included out-of-the-box in the oxd Linux packages--it simply needs to be started. With the
oxd-https-extension, applications can make RESTful calls to your oxd server over the web.
Gluu Server and oxd 3.1.1 are the first commercially supported IAM server and clients to implement the UMA 2.0 Grant for OAuth 2.0 Authorization and Federated Authorization specifications. UMA 2.0 now aligns completely with OAuth 2.0. It also re-defines the claims gathering flow, enabling developers to implement multi-step consent, user-interactions, and stepped-up authentication flows.
oxd 3.1.1 now supports in-memory or redis caching of data to improve throughput for OpenID Connect and UMA clients.
oxd 3.1.1 includes an auto-migration process to transfer your existing oxd JSON files to your new oxd 3.1.1 server(s).
Please review the following legacy compatibility considerations while evaluating your upgrade path to oxd 3.1.2:
UMA 2.0: Supported in oxd 3.1.2 and Gluu Server 3.1.1
UMA 1.0.1: Not supported in oxd 3.1.1or Gluu Server 3.1.1
OpenID Connect: Supported in all versions of oxd and Gluu Server
Pricing: If you upgrade existing oxd installations to oxd 3.1.1, the new per application billing model described above will take effect. This could have an impact on your monthly bill
Review the oxd 3.1.1 release notes for a full list of fixes and new features in oxd 3.1.1.