No longer a sneak peek… our latest release is out now! Check it out today.
Hot on the heels of our 4.3 release last month, which introduced the Enterprise Tester REST API, we’re gearing up to release Enterprise Tester 4.4 next week. This next release will introduce some great enhancements for system admins and I wanted to share a few of them with you in advance.
We are introducing some new features that will enhance the LDAP integration A LOT. So not only will you be able to authenticate against LDAP, but you’ll also be able to filter and synchronize your users, groups and group memberships. That’s right, we’re introducing automatic creation of users in Enterprise Tester from user accounts stored in LDAP (license levels still apply). What’s more, you’ll be able to select default groups to automatically assign users when the user account is created.
Want more? We thought so, so we went a step further! We wanted to give you some additional flexibility, so we’re adding the ability configure your LDAP synchronization frequency. Plus… we’re providing an additional option to enable user account creation after successful authentication with LDAP when logging in.
We hope that you love these changes to user management and that they help make life a little bit easier!
With Enterprise Tester 4.4, we’ll also be introducing some new project configurations that will make set up easier and more flexible.
New configurable options will allow existing projects to inherit picklist changes from the organisation for inbuilt fields. You’ll be able to configure project picklists to be dependent or independent from the organisation and even projects in flight will be updated with any global changes made.
New custom field scoping options are being added in this release. And as always, we have included a number of enhancements and fixes you’ve requested, including some performance enhancements to re-indexing that I know will be popular. Check out 4.4 when it comes out next week (it’s currently scheduled for release on 10 October) – we can’t wait to hear what you think!
That’s all from me for now! Stay tuned to find out more about Enterprise Tester 4.4 next week.