Release Notes

Releases summary

Container Cloud release

Release date

Supported Cluster releases

Summary

2.14.0 (current)

Dec 07, 2021

  • Equinix Metal provider:

    • Support of the private networking infrastructure

  • OpenStack provider:

    • Support of the community version of CentOS 7.9

    • Configuration of server metadata for machines in web UI

  • vSphere provider:

    • Initial RHEL 8.4 support TechPreview

    • Configuration of RAM and CPU for machines in web UI

  • Bare metal provider:

    • Visualization of service mapping in the bare metal IpamHost object

  • MKE support:

    • Support matrix of MKE versions for cluster attachment

    • MKE version update from 3.3.12 to 3.3.13 in the Cluster release 5.21.0 and from 3.4.5 to 3.4.6 in the Cluster release 7.4.0

  • IAM:

    • User access management through the Container Cloud API or web UI

    • Updated role naming used in Keycloak

  • LCM:

    • Switch of bare metal and StackLight Helm releases from v2 to v3

  • StackLight:

    • Network interfaces monitoring

    • Custom Prometheus recording rules

    • Syslog packet size configuration

    • Prometheus Relay configuration

  • Ceph:

    • Enhanced architecture

    • Networks validation

    • Automated Ceph OSD removal TechPreview

  • Container Cloud web UI:

    • The ‘Interface Guided Tour’ button in the Container Cloud web UI

2.13.1

Nov 11, 2021

Based on 2.13.0, this release introduces the Cluster release 6.20.0 that is based on 5.20.0 and supports Mirantis OpenStack for Kubernetes (MOS) 21.6.

For the list of Cluster releases 7.x and 5.x that are supported by 2.13.1 as well as for its features with addressed and known issues, refer to the parent release 2.13.0.

2.13.0

Oct 28, 2021

  • Configuration of multiple DHCP ranges for bare metal clusters

  • Updated RAM requirements for management and regional clusters

  • Improvements to StackLight alerting

  • Support for Telegraf 1.20.0

  • Documentation: How to renew the Container Cloud and MKE licenses

* - the Cluster release is deprecated and will become unsupported in one of the following Container Cloud releases. For details about unsupported releases, see Container Cloud releases history.