AMQ Online 1.2 on OpenShift Container Platform Release Notes

Red Hat AMQ 7.4

Release Notes for AMQ Online 1.2 on OpenShift Container Platform

Abstract

These release notes contain the latest information about new features, enhancements, fixes, and issues contained in the AMQ Online 1.2 on OpenShift Container Platform release.

Chapter 1. Features

1.1. Installing AMQ Online using the AMQ Online Operator

Using the OpenShift Container Platform 4.x console, you can use the newly available AMQ Online Operator to install AMQ Online in a non-production environment and configure AMQ Online.

For more information see Installing and configuring AMQ Online using the Operator Lifecycle Manager.

Chapter 2. Enhancements

2.1. Changing the plan associated with an address space using the console

Using the Red Hat AMQ Console, you can now change the address space plan associated with an address space. For more information see Changing the address space plan associated with an address space using the Red Hat AMQ Console.

Chapter 3. Technology Preview

3.1. Internet of Things (IoT) connectivity

The Internet of Things (IoT) connectivity in AMQ Online provides remote service interfaces for connecting large numbers of IoT devices to a messaging back end. This Technology Preview feature includes the ability to use protocols common to IoT and to enable common IoT use cases, allowing you to register devices and credentials.

For more information see Getting Started with Internet of Things (IoT) on AMQ Online.

3.2. MQTT support for Standard address spaces

This Technology Preview feature allows you to use the MQTT messaging protocol with the Standard address space.

Chapter 4. Resolved issues

There are no resolved issues for AMQ Online 1.2 on OpenShift Container Platform.

Chapter 5. Resolved issues for AMQ Online 1.2.2

For additional details about all of the issues resolved in AMQ Online 1.2.2, see AMQ Online 1.2.x Resolved Issues.

Chapter 6. Known issues

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