The Juju team is pleased to announce the release of Juju 2.7-beta1.
The 2.7 release will deliver important new features and bug fixes, some of which are ready to be tested in this first beta. We will support upgrading from the beta to the final 2.7 release so if you install now, you can get to the production release without having to reinstall.
New features and major changes
Credential Management Improvements
Improvements have been made to the management of cloud credentials.
update-credentialcommand now operates on credentials stored on the controller stored as well as those stored locally. Also, it is now possible to update more than one credential at a time. The command also accepts a YAML file in the same manner as
All changes and fixes
Every change and fix to this release is tracked on a per-bug basis on Launchpad.
Any major bugs have all been fixed in the latest 2.6 release already so there’s nothing noteworthy to call out here.
All bugs corresponding to changes and fixes to this release are listed on the 2.7-beta1 milestone page.
Install Juju using the snap:
sudo snap install juju --classic --channel beta
Those users already using the ‘stable’ snap channel (the default as per the above command) should be upgraded automatically. Other packages are available for a variety of platforms (see the install documentation).
Let us know how you’re using Juju or of any questions you may have. You can join us on Discourse, send us a message on Twitter (hashtag #jujucharms), or talk to us in the #juju IRC channel on freenode.