CloudShark 3.9.2 brings together a lot of changes and improvements behind the scenes to revamp our packaging, installation, licensing and more!
CloudShark now supports running inside containers!
This is an optional deployment. We continue to support VM/bare metal
servers as well. If you would like to migrate to a containerized installation, please
cloudshark-admin tool has been retired.
In addition, the old CloudShark Lounge
has been migrated to the combined QA Cafe Customer Lounge
which is the only place to download the 3.9.2 installer from.
The new installer creates a local repository on your disk, and no longer needs to communicate with
repo.cloudshark.org. Additional dependencies are downloaded from
epel-release repository provided by CentOS.
A single installer can be used for all your installations without having to
sign into the lounge each time.
If you run an "air gapped" deployment that is not able to connect to an
you will need our "offline" installer available early Q2.
The new and improved license mechansim makes it much easier for customers to
manage and deploy multiple instances of CloudShark. For single instances, you
no longer need to also update your license file every time you upgrade the
version of CloudShark.
Customers who are upgrading to 3.9.2 will need to re-register their system
with QA Cafe Support.
Bug Fixes and other Issues
No issues have been identified or changed for this release.
CloudShark 3.9.2 is functionally equivalant to CloudShark 3.8.3.
The upgrade process has changed! Please read our expanded
for details on how to upgrade.
- RSA keys stored in an encrypted PKCS#12 format will not be migrated to 3.9.2 with their passphrase intact. Contact us if you are using RSA keys in this format.