Developments for the 4.44 release focused on the platform security and sustainability. Discover what is in store this month!
New version of the search engine
Keepeek has been using the Elasticsearch search engine since the launch of the Keepeek V4 in 2016. Renowned for its performances, scalability and resilience, Elasticsearch is the most popular enterprise search engine in the world. To take advantage of the latest evolutions, Keepeek is going to update its version of Elasticsearch and provide all its SaaS clients with Elasticsearch 7.
This update will also give users the opportunity to make cross-referenced searches: when you type several terms in a free search, the system provides all the assets for which the terms are present in the fields, even if each term is in a different fields from the others. This behaviour was no longer possible in Elasticsearch 6, as all terms had to be in the same field for assets to be included in the search results.
Increased password force level
By default, it is now necessary to include at least eight characters and one special character in passwords. However, the current passwords non compliant with these new requirements keep on working.
Data security is one of our priorities at Keepeek. Security audits are performed regularly on our platform and give us the opportunity to identify this kind of developments, necessary to guarantee an optimal security level.
The new release will be available on the Cloud from Wednesday, August 19!