This is a general maintenance release of Kraken, so these notes are going to be a very quick read for you. 🙂
We've implemented some bug fixes, beefed up infrastructure and application security, and made several performance improvements. A few noteworthy items to call out in this release include:
- Microsoft SQL Server connections now include the ability to specify a schema.
- Domo connections now better handle training and apply datasets when the contents of those datasets change.
- Kraken can now effectively process datasets that were causing a pesky "NoneType object is not iterable (0)" error message.
Reminder: If Kraken is misbehaving, check KIKI first.
All Kraken users have access to KIKI, a.k.a. "Kraken Important Known Issues". If you're experiencing an issue with Kraken, KIKI is your first stop to determine if we're aware of the issue. Where possible, we provide suggested workarounds while we work to eliminate issues. KIKI will be updated as we eliminate issues through Kraken product updates, as well as when new issues are identified.
Reminder: SONAR© Guide content is just a click away!
As a Kraken user, you have access to SONAR© Guide, the proven training methodology from Big Squid and your key to learning everything you need to know to use Kraken effectively and become a citizen data scientist hero in the process. A link to the SONAR© Guide content library is accessible whenever you access Kraken help screens; just look for the SONAR© Guide logo on the right-hand side. It's also available in the SONAR© Guide on the Big Squid Support site.