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Avaya Breeze™

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Release 3.3

Avaya Breeze™ Release 3.3 was made generally available in May 2017. Feature Pack 1 (Release 3.3.1) was issued in July 2017 and Service Pack 1 (Release 3.3.1.1) was issued in August 2017. This is the latest release of Avaya Breeze and is recommended for new development.

New In Release 3.3.1.1

There are no new features in the Avaya Breeze 3.3 Feature Pack 1 Service Pack 1 release. For information about interoperability and a detailed description of the full feature set, see the Overview and Specification guide, which is available under the Downloads tab.

New In Release 3.3.1

Avaya Breeze 3.3 Feature Pack 1 includes the following new and enhanced features:

  • Callable Service Enhancement for Avaya Oceana Solution Reduced Footprint:
    Avaya Breeze enables deploying Callable service and call intercept services on the same cluster, allowing all services to be placed in the same Service Profile, with only the last service in the profile treated as a Callable service.
  • Minimum TLS Version selection for SIP and HTTPS service:
    Avaya Breeze supports selection of minimum TLS version for SIP and HTTPS service in each cluster.
  • Avaya Oceana Solution ease of installation:
    Avaya Breeze enables specifying cluster-scoped attribute values before installation on the bundle, enabling Avaya Oceana Solution to create a system and cluster administration snapins with specific attributes that can then be used by other Avaya Oceana Solution snap-ins.
  • Avaya Breeze Online:
    Avaya Breeze Online simplifies the Avaya Breeze installation by providing a new System Manager Avaya Breeze Online OVA with pre-configured System Manager data and pre-loaded snap-ins.
  • HTTP messages:
    This release of Avaya Breeze enables remote publishing and receipt of JSON-formatted and multi-part formatted events.

For more detailed information, see the section What's new in this release included in Chapter 2 of the Avaya Breeze Overview and Specification.

New In Release 3.3

Avaya Breeze 3.3 includes the following new and enhanced features:

  • Supported Linux operating system:
    Avaya Breeze supports RHEL 7.2 with 64-bit.
  • Enhanced Access Security Gateway:
    Avaya Breeze supports Enhanced Access Security Gateway (EASG), a certificate based challenge-response authentication and authorization solution.
  • Snap-in certificate change:
    Avaya Breeze notifies snap-ins and components on every node when the trust certificates or identity certificates changes, enabling immediate leveraging of new certificates.
  • Zang-enabled Avaya Breeze:
    The release monitors and controls calls in the Avaya Aura Platform, and enables snap-ins and Engagement Designer workflows to monitor and control calls in the Zang CPaaS environment.
  • TLS enhancements:
    A TLS version may be selected for each snap-in on a cluster or the global TLS version set on System Manager.
  • Improved communication with Avaya Aura Media Server:
    Communication with the Avaya Aura Media Server now occurs through HTTPS through a direct path rather than through the Session Manager.

For more detailed information, see the section What's new in this release included in Chapter 2 of the Avaya Breeze Overview and Specification.