This is a summary of new Arm Treasure Data features and improvements introduced in the November 1st, 2019 release. If you have any product feature requests, submit them to feedback.treasuredata.com.
Option: you can view a video summary of our November releases:
Identity Federation (BETA - Coming Soon)
The Treasure Data Identity Federation feature works with your Identity Provider and enables your TD account users to use one ID to log into your Treasure Data accounts, even if the user is assigned multiple accounts (such as development account, system test account and production account).
You configure your Identity Provider (IdP) to authenticate your Treasure Data users and thereby control the login policy for your users through the IdP.
The initial implementation of Identity Federation supports Azure Active Directory using SAML 2.0 protocol.
If you are interested in participating in the Identity Federation beta, contact your Customer Success Representative.
Sunsetting HTTP Support
The HTTP endpoints both in Tokyo and US regions are being deprecated for secure access reasons. All customers who are currently accessing a TD HTTP endpoint will be directly notified about the deprecation.
If you are using any of the following addresses to access Treasure Data, you must migrate to HTTPS:
Server-Side First Party Cookies - Usage Allowances
The Server-Side First Party Cookies feature was released for general availability last month. For further information on Server-Side First Party Cookies feature, refer to the technical documentation.
This feature is automatically included for current CDP customers. By using this feature, customers agree to the allowance and usage limitations applicable to their pricing tier. Customers should contact their customer success representative for information on usage allowance and limitations.
Data Connector: LiveRamp Export (BETA)
You are invited to participate in our LiveRamp (Beta). Use Treasure Data with LiveRamp both to anonymize your user segment data and increase the reach of your advertising campaigns, with more accurate targeting.
Contact your Treasure Data Customer Success representative for more information and enablement.
Data Connector: The Trade Desk Import
In addition to the output connector we offer to push segments to The Trade Desk platform, you can now use the input connector to ingest The Trade Desk Advertiser, Campaign, Data Group, and Tracking Tags. With both ingest and export capabilities, you can achieve an end-to-end view of The Trade Desk platform architecture.
Data Connector: Google Adwords Import Improvement
In addition to existing reports provided by Google Ads (formerly known as Google Adwords) connector, you can now import data from Keyword Performance Report. The new Include Negative Keywords parameter allows you to specify whether negative keywords are included in the import result.
In addition, we have updated the Google Adwords logo to the new Google Ads logo according to Google rebranding and removed the Average Position metric from existing reports. The Average Position metric was deprecated September 30, 2019.
Data Connector: Shopify Import Improvement
You can now import an additional data target: Inventory (Level, Items, Location). This new data type supports the making of item recommendations or mail marketing based on stock quantity.