Why has the license check changed for Axon.ivy 8.0? You need now the so called public urls and not the hostname anymore. What is the reason why you have changed that?

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The driving force behind this is containerisation (e.g. dockers, kubernetes). In these technologies you can easily define the hostname for a specific container. This has made license verification powerless.

With the so-called public urls we can now also ensure license verification in container environments. In order to have only one type of license check, the public urls are also used for traditional environments.

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answered 15.01 at 04:10

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edited 15.01 at 05:55

but the 'public url' most not be a registered public domain. It can also be an internal DNS name which workflow users use to access the axon.ivy engine.

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