First and foremost, I will never call you that again, but if you aren't using the changelog to try out new collective nouns, you aren't taking advantage the opportunities in front of you.
As you probably recall, last month was all about Blueprints, and this month we're getting back to our normal routine—ship features, fix bugs, and improve quality-of-life for you all. Check out what we did!
So What's New?
Gitlab Token Refreshing
A subtle change, but one that'll hopefully clear up a lot of confusion. If you use Gitlab, the whole token updating process used to be a bit obscure and unclear. Now it works how you'd expect.
Simply update your API key from your settings > integrations menu and you're done.
Blueprint Tags and Custom Variables
A few subtle but meaningful changes for anyone leveraging custom Blueprints: tagging and updating variables.
Add tags to your Blueprints to keep things organized and grouped together, and make variables adjustments to your custom Blueprints. Right now tagging is primarily an API feature, but you can expect to see this in the FE soon. Check out this tutorial on variable editing:
Bug Fixes + Improvements
The 🐞s we squashed, and a few changes to look for this week.
A Brand New Blueprint!
Weaviate is a vector database that is purpose-built to store embeddings. We know a lot of you have your hands in the AI space, and our new Weaviate Blueprint will get you going in no time flat. You focus on the models, we'll focus on the infrastructure that supports them.
Back at Kubecon EU we had a chance to sit down with some amazing folks and talk Platform Engineering, AI, and the future of DevOps. Give it a listen!
New Relic Grok
Did you catch the news? New Relic's new AI-powered Observability assistant, Grok, is here. Instrumentation, issue flagging and remediation, and account management—automatically. Check it out.
More Blueprints, more features, more Zeet:
- Helm Chart support coming SOON!
- Multi-git accounts