Mirantis Container Cloud Release Compatibility Matrix latest documentation

Mirantis Container Cloud release compatibility matrix

The Mirantis Container Cloud release compatibility matrix outlines the specific operating environments that are validated and supported.

The document provides the deployment compatibility for each product release and determines the upgrade paths between major components versions when upgrading.

A Container Cloud management cluster upgrades automatically when a new product release becomes available. Once the management cluster has been updated, the user may trigger the managed clusters upgrade through the Container Cloud web UI or API.

To view the full components list with their respective versions for each Container Cloud release, refer to the Container Cloud Release Notes related to the release version of your deployment or use the Releases section in the web UI or API.

Caution

The document applies to the Container Cloud regular deployments. For supported configurations of existing Mirantis Kubernetes Engine (MKE) clusters that are not deployed by Container Cloud, refer to Docker Enterprise Compatibility Matrix.

Container Cloud compatibility matrix

Release

Container Cloud

2.2.0

2.1.0

2.0.0

Release history

Release date

Nov 5, 2020

Oct 19, 2020

Sept 16, 2020

Cluster releases (managed)

6.8.1/MOSK Ussuri

-

-

5.9.0

-

-

5.8.0

*

-

5.7.0

-

*

Fully managed cluster

Mirantis Kubernetes Engine

3.3.3

3.3.3

3.3.3

Container orchestration

Kubernetes

1.18

1.18

1.18

Container runtime

Mirantis Container Runtime

19.03.12

19.03.12

19.03.12

OS distributions

Ubuntu

18.04

18.04

18.04

Infrastructure platform

Bare metal

AWS

OpenStack (Octavia)

Queens

Queens

Queens

VMWare vSphere (on RHEL 7.8) Technology Preview

7.0

-

-

Software defined storage

Ceph

Nautilus 14.2.11

Nautilus 14.2.9

Nautilus 14.2.9

Rook

1.4.4

1.3.8

1.3.8

Logging, monitoring, and alerting

StackLight

* - a Cluster release version is deprecated and will become unsupported in the next Container Cloud release.