Knife-ec2 0.8.0 release announcement


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Ohai Chefs. We’ve released knife-ec2 0.8.0, now available for gem install
on your workstation. This release includes improvements around connectivity
options for the bootstrap process, particularly for VPC instances.

THANK YOU! to all of our contributors for your work on this release, and
also to everyone who took the time to report defects. We’d like to
recognize Gabriel Rosendorf who contributed the -associate-public-ip option
to simplify VPC bootstrap scenarios; VPC is getting even greater attention
from users these days, so the fix is a timely one.

For anyone who would like to submit contributions like these, please visit
https://wiki.opscode.com/display/chef/How+to+Contribute to understand the
requirements and process around contribution.

knife-ec2 on RubyGems and Github

https://rubygems.org/gems/knife-ec2

The list of all changes in knife-ec2 0.8.0 is given below. You can share
your suggestions or report issues with knife-ec2 in our ticket system at
https://tickets.opscode.com/browse/knife. That project is also where you
file your own improvements in the form of pull requests.

You can get help / advice on knife-ec2 on docs.opscode.com or from the
community mailing list at chef@lists.opscode.com.

Features added in knife-ec2 0.8.0:

  • KNIFE-381 Gabriel Rosendorf Add ability to associate public ip
    with VPC instance on creation

All issues fixed in knife-ec2 0.8.0:

  • KNIFE-458 Sean Horn Docs: Increase detail about necessary
    options for VPC instance creation

  • KNIFE-456 Jordan Burke Documentation for :aws_credential_file
    difficult to read

  • KNIFE-455 Gabriel Rosendorf knife ec2 may try to use private ip
    for vpc bootstrap even with --associate-public-ip flag

  • KNIFE-453 Andriy Tyurnikov knife-ec2 doesn’t handle aws
    credentials files with windows line endings

  • KNIFE-451 Pasha Sadikov Update Fog version to 1.20.0

  • KNIFE-430 Adam DePue EC2 server creation tunnelling should
    wait for a valid banner before continuing

  • KNIFE-381 Gabriel Rosendorf Add ability to associate public ip
    with VPC instance on creation

Thank you for using Chef with EC2.

–Adam

Engineering at Chef