sudo docker run --name kublr -d --restart=unless-stopped -p 9080:9080 kublr/kublr:1.18.0
The Kublr Demo/Installer is a lightweight, dockerized, limited-functionality Kublr Platform which can be used to:
The Kublr Demo/Installer stores all of the data about the created clusters inside the Docker container. If you delete the Docker container you will lose all data about the created clusters and the Kublr platforms. However, you will not lose the clusters and the platforms themselves.
We recommend using the Kublr Demo/Installer to verify if a Kubernetes cluster can be created in your environment and to experiment with it. To manage a real cluster and experience all features, you can create a full-featured Kublr Platform in a cloud or on-premise.
The Kublr 1.18.0 release brings Kublr Platform in-place upgrades (in addition to clusters in-place upgrades supported before), external clusters (technical preview), and separate release cycles for the platform and the agent, as well as components versions upgrades and numerous improvements and fixes in UI, UX, backend, agent, resource usage, reliability, scalability, documentation, and build and release processes.
In additions, starting with Kublr 1.18.0, Kublr Platform and Kublr agent will follow separate release cycles enabling faster support for new Kubernetes releases in existing Kublr installations.
|Kublr Control Plane||1.18.0|
|nginx ingress controller (helm chart version)||1.36.2|
|Kube State Metrics||2.4.1|
Kublr Platform migration from previous major versions (<=1.17) requires the platform re-deployment and data migration.
This only refers to the platform, the managed clusters do not require redeployment and can be upgraded in-place after they are migrated into the new platform.
Lifetime of the Kubernetes token in a web console is limited to 10 minutes; please close and reopen the web console window if the token expires.
AWS Cluster backup technical preview is disabled.
For migration to 1.18 review Kublr 1.18 migration document.