Murano Release, July 19, 2018



The release notes below are intended to provide descriptions of any new features, improvements, and bug fixes included in this release of Exosite’s Murano platform. Where applicable, an explanation of the user impact is provided, as well as any additional information that may be useful.


  • Murano now offers expanded support for Public Key Infrastructure (PKI) for Product Solutions! Devices can now use the Device API to submit Certificate Signing Requests (CSR) and retrieved signed certificates. DigiCert is currently the supported vendor for CSR. For more information on PKI, see here.
  • The Product Settings page has been redesigned to logically group the Protocol, Identity, Provisioning and PKI options available on the platform.
  • Multifunctions are now available in Murano’s Key-Value Storage Service, including mget, mset, and mdelete. These multifunctions enable a decrease in resource usage and latency through batch request handling. For more information on Key-Value Storage Service functions, see here.
  • HTTP HEAD requests are now supported in Webservice endpoints. This allows the use of IFTTT webhooks and increases ease of use for end customers. For more information, see here.
  • The Solution Configuration Service now includes a “fallback” event handler as a generic event which is executed as fallback if the specific handler is not defined. This is useful for applications requiring dynamic products or services to be added at run-time. For more information, see here.


  • We’ve updated the look and feel of Exchange Elements to better communicate functionality. This includes a face lift for Elements in both card, list and detail views including: images, icons, types (Content, Application, Product, Service), and subtitles. These tweaks provide a more streamlined and user friendly experience. For more information about Exchange, see here.
  • After further review of routing across the platform, we’ve made an additional update to direct users to the inviting business upon verification when accepting an invitation from that business. This will encourage users to immediately start taking action within the business.
  • We’ve updated documentation to include additional response structure content for TSDB, and additional information for Config.listServices.
  • We’ve updated the Email Service subject length limit to support up to 998 characters to remove the need for extra truncation by developers. The recommended use remains no more than 78 characters for ease of readability. For more information on the Email Service capabilities, see here.
  • In order to ensure businesses do not inadvertently acquire extra usage charges, we’re enforcing Team Member limits within Murano businesses, dependent on Business Tier:
    • Community: 2 team members
    • Bootstrap: 5
    • Professional: 10
    • Enterprise: Custom
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