Cognite Data Fusion (CDF) is the industrial data operations and contextualization platform that makes traditionally siloed operational, engineering and IT data instantly available to users across the organization, enabling better decision making and intelligent workflow automation to improve operational performance.
In this release:
This release sees Charts released into general availability. We're gradually rolling out Charts to our customers, and it may not yet be available in your CDF project. We plan to have Charts available for all projects by June 10.
Use Charts to explore, trend, and analyze industrial data. Find, understand, and troubleshoot for actionable insights from time series and contextualized engineering diagrams already in the CDF portal application or other Cognite applications, then share the chart for collaboration. Charts runs securely with a single, secure sign-in.
You can now use OpenID Connect and your existing identity provider (IdP) framework to manage access to CDF Transformations securely. We currently support Azure AD, Microsoft's cloud-based identity and access management service.
When you have registered CDF Transformations in Azure AD, users can sign in with their organizational ID to transform data in a CDF project.
You can update existing transformations that are currently using API keys to use OIDC client credentials instead.
NOTE: CDF projects running in Google Cloud Platform need to be added to an allowlist (sometimes called a whitelist) to support scheduling of transformations using OpenID Connect. Contact your Cognite representative to be added to the allowlist.
Learn more in Setup and administration with OpenID Connect.
Use the PostgreSQL gateway to ingest data into CDF from popular ETL solutions. The CDF resource types appear as tables in the PostgreSQL database and you can ingest data directly into CDF resources like assets, events and datapoints and to Cognite RAW.
Learn more: PostgreSQL gateway
In Grafana, you can now link variables and use the value of one variable as input to another.
Learn more: Nested (chained) variables
We’re excited to give you a sneak peek of the latest redesign and enhancements to the interactive diagrams experience before it’s released publicly. We encourage all customers to try out the new features and give us feedback (opens new window) to help us make them better!
We have added support for Templates in Power BI to early adopters. Contact your Cognite representative to give it a try and share your feedback!