The following deprecation notices are for the Tetra Data Platform (TDP). Deprecation notices are for version 3.2 and later. For all other deprecation notices, please see the release notes, which are located in Tetra Data Platform (TDP) Release Notes.
Deprecations are components, features, or functions that are no longer supported or maintained by TetraScience. For general information about deprecations, see TDP Deprecations Overview.
The following table summarizes the deprecations, starting from TDP 3.3.0. To learn more about each deprecation, click the corresponding link.
The following table shows a list of the TDP Deprecation Notices. The table indicates:
- The date of the deprecation notice.
- The product area that is affected by the deprecation.
- The title of the notice and a link to find out more details.
- Version of the software where the deprecation will be placed on the deprecation path.
- Planned deprecation completion, which indicates when the feature, component, or function will be removed TDP.
|Deprecation Notice Date||Product Area||Details||Version Deprecation Starts||Estimated Deprecation Complete (Removal from Product)|
|11 October 2022||Search||3.4.0||3.5.0|
|11 October 2022||Connectors||Cloud Data Connector Deprecation||3.4.0||3.5.0|
|11 October 2022||DataHub||DataHub Deprecation||3.4.0||Future Release|
|10 August 2022||Search||Athena metadata_v1 Table Deprecation||3.3.0||3.4.0|
|10 August 2022||Search||Full-Text Search Deprecation||3.3.0||Future Release|
|10 August 2022||Integrations||Apps and Email Menu Options Removed from TDP||3.3.0||Future Release|
|10 August 2022||Pipeline||Pipeline Reserved Instances Deprecation||3.3.0||3.3.0|
|10 August 2022||Pipeline||Pipeline Dashboard Deprecation||3.3.0||Future Release|
The following are deprecation notices for TDP.
When using Elasticsearch code or the File Info API in your business logic, the use of
source.<integration type>, will be deprecated. Note that the integration type will be moved to the trace section since it is primarily used for traceability.
For TDP 3.4, nothing will change functionally. However, do not use
source.<integration type> when using ElasticSearch or File Info APIs for your business logic, since this section (
source.<integration type>) will be deprecated and removed from the API starting in TDP version 3.5.
We are deprecating the Cloud Data Connector (CDC) to simplify agent configuration. As of 3.4, creating CDCs and adding agents to existing CDCs will be disabled. If your agent needs a Datahub and Generic Data Connector (GDC), agent creation will be unchanged. If you don’t, new Agents can be created from the Agents page with ‘No Connector’ selected.
Existing CDCs will be unaffected for 3.4, but is scheduled to be removed in the 3.5 release. All Agents without a Datahub V1 + GDC will display ‘No Connector’ in the user interface.
An improved design of the DataHub, “Tetra Hub“ is under development. For version 3.5 of the software, you will not be able to create a new DataHub, however, existing DataHubs will continue to function.
For version 3.3.0 of TDP, the Athena metadata_v1 table has been deprecated. Please transition queries and dashboards to use file_info_v1, which has the same fields and more attributes about all file categories.
For version 3.3.0 of the TDP, to improve performance, full-text search (FTS) for IDS files has been deprecated and we plan to deprecate the functionality for RAW data in a future release.
For customer-hosted environments:
Deprecating FTS for IDS files provides additional computational and storage cost savings.
To ensure particular FTS search use cases are still achievable, TetraScience has the ability to turn this on via an AWS parameter or to turn off FTS indexing for RAW data to further save indexing costs. Please contact support if you wish to do this.
For version 3.3.0 of the TDP, the Apps and Email menu options have been removed from TDP. Existing links to Streamlit dashboards will continue to work with no functionality updates and are supported through TetraScience professional services team.
For version 3.3.0 of the TDP, the pipeline reserved instances have been removed. A new selection algorithm manages resources to make sure files are processed by pipelines in a timely manner and at scale.
For version 3.3.0 of the TDP, the Pipeline Dashboard has been removed from the main TDP Navigation. It is temporarily accessible via URL (
https:<tdp-env>.com/dashboard), but will be removed in a future release. Content has been integrated into the new Pipeline File Processing page.
Updated about 2 months ago