Jun 30, 2022 — List Policy Activations API v2 change

The List Policy Activations API v2 now returns the policy activation history results for each property where the policy applies. Policy activation history can be retrieved for up to 1 year. If no activations occurred within the past year, the record for the latest activation is returned.

June 9, 2022 — includeRules parameter is now ignored in Cloudlets API v2

The includeRules parameter from get-policy-versions is now ignored. Match rules for all policy versions are not returned, when this parameter is set to true.

Feb 23, 2022 — Akamai Terraform Provider support for Cloudlets

Customers can use Akamai Terraform Provider to manage and provision their Akamai configurations in Terraform. Terraform is now integrated with the following Cloudlets:

Feb 1, 2022 — New Cloudlets documentation experience

We've redesigned the documentation experience for Cloudlets to make it easier for you to find the guides, API docs, and resources you need. Everything is now in one place. Visit the Welcome page for a toolkit of Cloudlets resources.

Jun 14, 2021 — CSV import/export for Shared Policies

New Features

May 25, 2021 — enhancements and API updates


Mar 25, 2021 — Application Load Balancer fix

Fixed an Application Load Balancer (ALB) issue, which prevented reaching the correct origin configuration in the Property. Initially, this issue was not seen in the staging environment, but it was found in production.

Mar 23, 2021

New Features

Mar 4, 2021 — Shared Policy activated for Audience Segmentation and Forward Rewrite

Previously, Edge Redirector was the only Cloudlet that supported the new Shared Policy activation. Shared Policy is now available for the Audience Segmentation and Forward Rewrite Cloudlets. The use of Shared Policy allows using the same policy with all available properties that are tied to the same user account. Also, Shared Policy helps to reduce the activation time when there are multiple properties.

Feb 19, 2021 — Cloudlet cookies security improvement

This release improves the security of Cloudlet cookies. Application Load Balancer (ALB) and Visitor Prioritization (VP) cookies have the HttpOnly attribute turned on by default. Using the HttpOnly flag when generating a cookie helps mitigate the risk of client-side script attacks (such as XSS) accessing the protected cookie. This setting was previously disabled, but is now turned on by default for added security. You may still override this default setting in your Property Manager configuration.