Kublr Demo/Installer Release 1.10.1 (2018-10-02)
This update covers Kubernetes 1.10.7 and other enhancements.
- Upgrade Kubernetes to [1.10.7]
- Complete redevelopment of the Centralized Logging feature. We are using the latest (6.4) version of all ELK components, oss images (without X-Pack, though you still can work with X-Pack as needed). Also, ElasticSearch is available in cluster mode, as recommended by the vendor.
- Complete redesign of the Centralized Monitoring feature. Now every cluster has it’s own Prometheus installation, and Kublr Platform uses the Prometheus Federation feature to collect metrics from underlying clusters.
- Single sign-on for Kibana. Now you can open the Kibana dashboard without a login/password using a Kublr account.
- We introduced Kublr spaces in UI. Spaces is a part of future role-based and access-control functionality. You can now create spaces and add a Kubernetes cluster to spaces. You can assign granular access and permissions via API. In future releases, we will add UI for this functionality.
- Grafana and Alert Manager have been updated to the latest version and now have better integration with the Centralized Monitoring feature.
- Implemented full support of Google Cloud Platform (created, update, delete, integration with centralized logging and monitoring).
- We improved UI to make it clear and accurate. We added more tips and edited existing ones.
Known issues and limitation
- On-premises cluster doesn’t support enabling persistence for features after the cluster has been created.
- It’s not possible to set a Custom Domain in Custom Specification.
- By default we disabled support of GPU for on-premises installation. Enabling GPU could cause unstable Kubernetes behavior with an unsupported GPU adapter. Please refer to documentation for supported GPU models.
Kublr Control Plane
|Kublr Box||Build 432|
|Kublr Control Plane||1.10.1|
Kublr Platform Features
|nginx ingress controller (helm chart version)||0.20.3|
|kube-lego (helm chart version)||0.4.2|
|Kube State Metrics||1.1.0|