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Unsupported Container Cloud releases history


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February 2, 2021

  • Support for the updated version of Mirantis Container Runtime 19.03.14

  • Dedicated network for Kubernetes pods traffic on bare metal clusters

  • Improvements for the feedback form in the Container Cloud web UI

  • StackLight enhancements:

    • Alert inhibition rules

    • Integration between Grafana and Kibana

    • New Telegraf alert TelegrafGatherErrors

    • Configuration of Ironic Telegraf input plugin

    • Automatically defined cluster ID


December 23, 2020

  • Support for Mirantis Kubernetes Engine 3.3.4 and Mirantis Container Runtime 19.03.13

  • Support for multiple host-specific L2 templates per a bare metal cluster

  • Additional regional cluster on VMWare vSphere

  • Automated setup of an OVF template for the VMWare vSphere provider

  • StackLight support for VMWare vSphere

  • Improvements in the Container Cloud logs collection


November 5, 2020

  • Support for VMWare vSphere provider on RHEL

  • Kernel parameters management through BareMetalHostProfile

  • Support of multiple subnets per cluster

  • Optimization of the Container Cloud logs collection

  • Container Cloud API documentation for bare metal


October 19, 2020

  • Node labeling for machines

  • AWS resources discovery in the Container Cloud web UI

  • Credentials statuses for OpenStack and AWS in the Container Cloud web UI

  • StackLight improvements:

    • Grafana upgrade from version 6.6.2 to 7.1.5

    • Grafana Image Renderer pod to offload rendering of images from charts

    • Grafana home dashboard improvements

    • Splitting of the regional and management cluster function in StackLight telemetry to obtain aggregated metrics on the management cluster from regional and managed clusters

    • Amendments to the StackLight alerts


September 16, 2020


First GA release of Container Cloud with the following key features:

  • Container Cloud with Mirantis Kubernetes Engine (MKE) container clusters for the management plane

  • Support for managed Container Cloud with MKE container clusters on top of the AWS, OpenStack, and bare metal cloud providers

  • Support for attaching of the existing MKE standalone clusters

  • Ceph as a Kubernetes storage provider for the bare metal use case

  • Multi-region support for security and scalability

  • IAM integration with MKE container clusters to provide SSO

  • Logging, monitoring, and alerting tuned for MKE with data aggregation to the management cluster and telemetry sent to Mirantis