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Product Manuals and Release notes
Original Publication Date: 04/14/2017
This release note documents version 8.2.0 of F5 OpenStack Agent and LBaaSv2 Driver. See the F5 OpenStack Agent upgrade advisory for critical upgrade instructions. The F5 OpenStack LBaaSv2 service provider driver and agent (also called, simply, F5 LBaaSv2) make it possible to provision BIG-IP Local Traffic Manager (LTM) services in an OpenStack cloud.
This version of the software is compatible with the OpenStack Liberty release. For more information about releases and compatibility, please see the F5 OpenStack Releases and Support Matrix.
Support for the following OpenStack feature is introduced in this version:
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