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Since our last changelog, we've rolled out self-hosted agent storage and file support in tasks.
Self-hosted agent storage
Airplane's self-hosted agents can now store logs and outputs within your own infrastructure. When enabled, logs and outputs never transit through Airplane's systems, helping to satisfy security and compliance requirements for your data.
Check out the self-hosted storage docs →
File support in tasks
Files are now supported in prompts, displays, and outputs. Displaying or returning an image, video, audio, text, or CSV file will show the file content inline. Files can also now be created within tasks. This allows you to pass large amounts of data between tasks easily.
Improvements and fixes
- Parameter sanitization: Airplane now filters sensitive information within parameters prior to reaching end users. This information will not appear in the run's logs or output. Parameters are flagged as sensitive if the name or slug contains keywords such as token, API key, password, secret, and more.