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What's new in Pentaho 10.0

The Pentaho v10.0 Enterprise Edition delivers a variety of new features and enhancements to help you improve your data operations, including:

  • License manager
  • Microsoft Azure connections to the Cloudera Data Platform (CDP)
  • Google Cloud Platform connections to the Cloudera Data Platform
  • Elasticsearch REST Bulk Insert plug-in updated and made available as plugin
  • Drag and drop file and folder operations
License manager

You can now manage your Pentaho Data Integration (PDI) or Business Analytics (BA) entitlements with greater visibility. You can use either a cloud license server or a license server that is installed on premises. See Manage Pentaho licenses.

Microsoft Azure connections to the Cloudera Data Platform (CDP)

Pentaho now supports connecting to CDP Public Cloud on Azure when using a storage account that is external to the CDP environment. See Advanced settings for connecting to Cloudera Data Platform.

Google Cloud Platform connections to the Cloudera Data Platform

Pentaho now supports connecting to CDP Public Cloud on GCP when using a storage account that is external to the CDP environment. See Advanced settings for connecting to Cloudera Data Platform.

Elasticsearch REST Bulk Insert plug-in

The Elasticsearch REST Bulk Insert step now supports Elasticsearch version 8 and has been made available as a Pentaho EE Marketplace plugin. See Elasticsearch REST Bulk Insert.

Drag and drop operations

The PDI client now supports drag and drop file and folder operations. Dragging files from the Microsoft Windows file explorer is supported for both local and repository connections. If a duplicate file exists in the target, a dialog box displays with the options for you to skip, overwrite, or rename the duplicate files, or cancel the file operation. A progress window displays the status of your file operation for larger operations, such as copying virtual file system (VFS) files. If you are not connected to a repository, drag and drop operations are supported between any combination of files and folders in local, VFS, and named clusters locations. If you are connected to a repository, drag and drop operations work within the repository, but you can drag .kjb and .ktr files from your local drive into the repository.