Welcome to the Opus installation and configuration guide.
This guide is for VMware vSphere 6.
Installation and configuration of Opus should take around 15 minutes.
For ESXi, VirtualBox or VMWare Workstation you will need to download the Opus ISO.
Provision a machine with at least 2 cores, 4GB of ram and an 8GB disk.
Mount the iso and boot the machine.
Build 355 (e7fd853f27)
- Feature: Tasks can now be archived if they are no longer needed.
- Enhancements: Linux kernel upgraded to 4.19.18
- Enhancements: Alpine upgraded to 3.9
- Feature: Added tabbed tables. Tasks can now display multiple tables on a single card with tabs to switch between them.
- Feature: Remote support added. Can be enabled by creating a file at
- Fix: Lower timeout to LDAP server.
- Enhancement: Bad input/output table events will now receive a Bad Request status with a reason in the body.
- Fix: Show a 'permission revoked' message if a user ran a task that is now unavailable.
Build 309 (0ba2995002)
- Fix: Updated copyright dates for the new year.
- Enhancement: Login screen now shows build number and commit.
- Enhancement: Tasks can now specify an icon to appear on the card.
- Fix: Duplicate tags are now grouped in a case-insensitive way.
Build 281 (e68cff2711)
- Enhancement: Tasks now show an uploaded timestamp to easily see when they have been changed.
- Feature: You can now drag and drop tasks to upload them to the appliance.
- Feature: Added PxM Platform group support. Tasks can now be filtered by PxM profile membership.
- Enhancement: Improved AD group support. Groups now use sAMAccountNames and wildcard matching.
- Feature: Tasks can now see a manifest in .opus/manifest that contains any labels the task image may have.
- Enhancement: Improved sort for tables can now handle dates and negative numbers.
- Fix: Fixed background 404 errors when browsing frontend.
- Breaking: Removed the OPUS_VAULT env variable. Tasks should now use the