Confluence 7.18 Release Notes
30 May 2022We're excited to present Confluence 7.18.
- Changing the logging level in a cluster just got easier
- Connect to cloud products with secure application tunnels
- 7.19 Long term support release is coming
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Changing the logging level in a cluster just got easier
For DATA CENTER
Sometimes it's the small things that make a big difference to your day. On the Logging and Profiling administration page, you can now choose which cluster node you want to apply your changes to. No need to navigate to each node in your browser.
This applies to log levels, marking logs, and profiling settings.
Connect to cloud products with secure application tunnels
For DATA CENTER SERVER
Integrating Atlassian cloud and self-managed (Data Center and Server) products through application links requires opening your network for incoming connections, which isn’t something everyone can do. To solve this problem, we’re now introducing application tunnels.
Application tunnels use network tunneling to create a secure pathway between your organization in Atlassian Cloud and the products in your network. You can use this pathway to tunnel application links and integrate your products in a secure way. Thanks to that, your products can communicate with one another, while you keep your network safe and sound.
Application tunnels are available for Confluence 7.4 and later. Learn more about application tunnels
7.19 Long term support release is coming
Confluence 7.19 will be the next long term support release. As usual this release won't contain any new features, but will set you up for another year of regular bug fixes and security fixes.
For full details of bugs fixed and suggestions resolved, head to Jira.
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