cloud-init 17.2 Released

Joshua Powers

Joshua Powers

on 15 December 2017

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As announced, cloud-init 17.2 was released this week. From the announcement, some highlights include:

  • CLI added the clean and status subcommands
  • Support for identifying OVF datasource provided by VMware
  • NoCloudKVM tests now run in continuous integration
  • Formalize DataSource get_data and related properties
  • Remove prettytable dependency and introduce simpletable

Version 17.2 is already available in Ubuntu Bionic. Onward to 18.1!

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