If you’re an advanced Kubernetes user, you’ll likely want to configure parameters for specific use cases. While with Kublr, the most flexible Kubernetes platform on the market, literally everything is customizable (except, of course, if you want to replace Kubernetes with a different container orchestrator), a lot of the customization in the previous versions was still done via command line.
That’s why we are excited to announce that the control plane of Kublr 1.17 now includes a configuration page, making control plane configuration a breeze. Additionally, Kublr supports Kubernetes’ latest release (1.17) while most of our competitors are still lagging behind.
This transitional release provides a number of under the hood improvements, paving the way for Kublr 1.18 which will include cluster onboarding. This will allow users to centrally manage externally provisioned clusters, including cloud-hosted clusters, along with those deployed through Kublr, adding an additional layer of enterprise management functionalities. It also brings us one step closer to multi-site (multi-region, multi-cloud, hybrid) management which will be released with Kublr 2.0 later this year.
While it doesn’t seem like a huge release at first, it is yet another step towards delivering you the most robust enterprise Kubernetes platform on the market and, of course, our ultimate goal to become a true meta-cloud. A new type of infrastructure with flexible, cloud native, enterprise-grade modules deployable across different public and private clouds, as well as on-prem. Stay in touch to find out when 1.18 is available.