Release date: December 11, 2019
About this release
Version 4.16 of DRACOON Core was deployed on the DRACOON cloud on December 11, 2019 and replaces the previous version 4.14.4.
- Version 4.16 of DRACOON Core now supports S3 direct upload.
What does this mean?
If you have S3 storage such as NetApp connected to DRACOON (under Settings > Storage), files uploaded to DRACOON are now automatically transferred directly to the S3 storage and no longer have to take a detour to the DRACOON storage, where they had to be temporarily stored first before finally being forwarded to the S3 storage.
What's the benefit?
S3 direct upload allows much higher transfer speeds and reduced data traffic when using S3 storage. If, for example, the connected S3 storage is located on-site, the uploaded files don't have to be uploaded to the DRACOON cloud storage first but are directly transferred to your on-site S3 storage at the maximum speed of your local network.
S3 direct upload is a new DRACOON feature of great importance that makes the use of S3 storage in conjunction with DRACOON highly practicable.
Can S3 direct upload be used immediately after the release of DRACOON Server version 4.16?
S3 direct upload must be supported by the client used to upload to DRACOON.
Support for S3 direct upload in the DRACOON clients is as follows:
Minor improvements and optimizations
- Version 4.16 of DRACOON Core offers lots of minor improvements and optimizations. For example, restoring large amounts of files from the recycle bin is now much faster.
- Version 4.16 of DRACOON Core contains numerous bug fixes that resolve problems in DRACOON Core. These include a critical problem that deleted folders with more than 2,000 files could not be restored from the recycle bin.
For a detailed list of bug fixes, please refer to the technical release notes (see below).
Technical release notes
All changes in DRACOON Core 4.16 since the previous cloud release 4.14.4 are listed in the technical release notes: