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Aditya Kajla

Here's what we've been up to in July:

Introducing the Warrant Edge Agent

The Edge Agent is a lightweight Go service that customers can deploy in their own infrastructure which functions as an in-network, local cache capable of responding to access check requests with single millisecond response times. You can read more about Edge here and check out the source code on GitHub.

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Aditya Kajla

Here's what we've been up to in June:

Introducing Warrant Sync

We’re excited to officially launch Warrant Sync into beta today! Sync connects with your existing database and automatically creates, updates and deletes warrants for common use-cases like managing users, tenants and RBAC. We built Sync to make integrating with Warrant significantly easier and cut down on a lot of the boilerplate API integration. Check out more in our Sync launch post and get in touch if you'd like to try it out.

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Aditya Kajla

Here's what we've been up to in May:

New set rules & operators

First up, Warrant now supports the 'allOf' (intersection) and 'noneOf' (not) set rules for object type relations, in addition to the already supported 'anyOf' (union) rule. This brings the Warrant authz service closer to the Google Zanzibar specification. Using these rules, you can create more powerful authz policies including those based on exclusion rules to prevent common issues like 'role explosion.' You can read more about the new rule types here.

· One min read
Aditya Kajla

Here's what we've been up to in April:

New dashboard homepage

We've added a brand new homepage to the Warrant dashboard that contains all your monthly API metrics including total # of calls, authorizations, users and tenants.

· One min read
Aditya Kajla

Here's what we've been up to in February:

Enterprise-grade authz

Over the past several weeks, we’ve been hard at work augmenting and reinforcing our back-end infrastructure. The result is a much more scalable authz service that is globally distributed with ~50% better query latency. There’s more to come on this front but reach out to us if you have any questions about our enterprise roadmap.

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Aditya Kajla

Happy new year! Here's what we've been up to in January:

New year, new look

As you can probably tell, we've updated our look! Check out our new website and dashboard.

Awesome-authorization

We've realized that good authz resources and content are hard to come by, so we put together a curated 'awesome-authorization' list of our fav articles and resources on Github. Check it out, star it and feel free to add your favs!

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Aditya Kajla

Here's what we've been up to in December:

Ruby SDK

By popular demand, the official Warrant Ruby SDK is now available.

Dashboard updates

Some minor updates to the dashboard this month, including the ability to add user-friendly and identifiable usernames for each of your users.

· 2 min read
Aditya Kajla

Here's what we've been up to in November:

Native, built-in support for RBAC

By popular demand, ‘group’ is now a pre-installed object type. ‘Groups’ can be used to easily group users and implement role based access control.

Dashboard updates

Lots of usability improvements and new functionality in the dashboard, including a new on-boarding flow with pre-filled code snippets that you can directly copy and paste into your code. You can also completely manage your app's object types and warrants from the dashboard and perform test access checks to check your work.