Release date: 19 June 2023
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TetraScience has released its next version of the Tetra Data Platform (TDP), version 3.4.4. This release focuses on bug fixes and implementing various security improvements.
New functionality includes features not previously available in TDP. These features may or may not affect "intended use" for GxP validation purposes.
- There is no new functionality in this release.
Enhancements are modifications to existing functionality that improve performance or usability, but do not alter the function or intended use of the system.
- There are no new enhancements in this release.
The following bugs are now fixed:
- A delete issue was resolved that was occurring in common namespace tables within TDP deployments that have common/client table dual-write enabled. This issue did not affect the majority of TDP deployments. This bug fix was backported from TDP v3.5.0.
- A caching issue was resolved that caused Max Parallel Workflows and Pipeline Priority settings to temporarily reset values across multiple pipelines within an organization.
The following features have been deprecated for this release or are now on a deprecation path:
- There are no new deprecated features in this release.
For more information about TDP deprecations, see Tetra Product Deprecation Notices.
For a list of known and possible issues, see the Known and Possible Issues sections in the previous 3.4.x release notes:
TetraScience continually monitors and tests the TDP codebase to identify potential security issues. Various security related enhancements were addressed.
During the upgrade, there might be a brief downtime when users won't be able to access the TDP user interface and APIs. After the upgrade is complete, customers should check their pipelines for failures or cancellations and reprocess those pipelines if any are found. Customers should also do a smoke test of their configuration settings to make sure that there are no failures.
After the upgrade, the TetraScience team verifies that the platform infrastructure is working as expected through a combination of manual and automated tests. If any failures are detected, the issues are immediately addressed or the release is rolled back.
For more information about the release schedule, including the GxP release schedule and timelines, see the Product Release Schedule.
For more details about the timing of the upgrade, customers should contact their customer success manager.
To view other TDP release notes, see Tetra Data Platform (TDP) Release Notes.
Updated about 1 month ago