For AWS users, we first introduced in version 2.0.54 the possibility to use an IAM role (instead of an Access Key ID and Secret Access Key) for loading data into Redshift via S3. AWS generally advises using IAM roles instead of long-term access keys, as they automatically rotate and reduce the risk in case credentials get exposed accidentally. With the latest LDW version, this feature is now also available for our regular S3 connector.
- DVCORE-6563: Exporter help section is incomplete
- DVCORE-6497 (New Feature): S3 connector: Enable IAM role authorization
- DVCORE-6470 (New Feature): Add support for ClickHouse as a data source
- DVCORE-6450 (New Feature): Add support for kdb as a data source
- DVCORE-6278 BigQuery: BYTES data type cannot be replicated to PostgreSQL
- DVCORE-6118: Newly created normal chained schedules should not consider outdated executions of base jobs
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