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    Notes & Domino & Traveler 11.0.1 available for download

    Daniel Nashed  31 March 2020 19:31:33

    Notes & Domino & Traveler 11.0.1 is available for download!

    I have not seen Sametime 11 FP1 yet. But it should be available shortly ..

    Here is a very quick summary of my personal highlights ..

    Traveler 11.0.1

    For Traveler a long waited new feature is the cross Domain ID-Vault Support.

    This is based on a back-end enhancement in Domino 11.0.0 which needed also a code change on the Traveler side to support it.
    And you also need a notes.ini parameter to enable it -> IDV_ENABLE_CROSS_DOMAIN=1

    You only need this new version on the Traveler server which is requesting side. There is no change needed on the Domino server hosting the ID vault or the mail-server.

    For details see this technote -->

    Domino 11.0.1

    The other great feature is SAN x.509 Cert support in combination with SNI support.

    So now finally we can have one IP address with multiple SSL/TLS enabled websites.

    I have tested this feature already and it is the reason why I have to finally move my server from CentOS 6.10 to CentOS 8 to update to Domino 11.0.1 :-)

    There are a couple of other features in detail, which are well described here -->

    Domino 11.0.1 HCL Docker Image

    There is also a ready to go Docker image from HCL.
    It's a first version which is planned to be the new delivery model for Domino beta releases as well.
    The image needs to be manually configured. And is currently only supported on Docker CE 19.x

    But I hope that we will see more from HCL as a full image. And I would also wish extensibility and auto configuration.

    See details here ->

    We have also updated the develop branch of our Community Domino Docker image to Domino 11.0.1.
    And we are looking into updating Traveler as well before we push the changes to the master branch ..

    -- Daniel



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