Git is now supported as a storage for your shared projects. Users can now create connections to their Git repository, store their projects on it and schedule the execution of Jobs located in these projects.
Operation Managers can define server authorizations on projects through the new Server Project Authorizations module.It includes giving servers the right to access one or more projects or restricting these rights to some specific projects, and it ensures a control over the resources available for a given project.
Unix users are now able to run Jobs as different Operating System users than the user who started the server. This user impersonation feature allows users to execute Jobs with different users profiles/access rights and, therefore, with different ressources available (key ssh, temp folder access, shared file system, and so on).