Today I had the pleasure of releasing Prometheus 2.28 in my function as a member of the Prometheus Team. While there are many changes in this release, let's take a look at some of the most relevant new features for users:
Gemäss Datenschutzgesetz hat jede Person das Recht zu erfahren, welche Daten über sie gespeichert sind, und diese – wenn nötig – löschen oder korrigieren zu lassen. Dieses Auskunftsrecht ermöglicht es, die Kontrolle über die eigenen Personendaten zu behalten. Jede Person muss aber selber aktiv werden und dieses Recht wahrnehmen.
When we launched etcd 3.4 back in August 2019, our focus was on storage backend improvements, non-voting member and pre-vote features. Since then, etcd has become more widely used for various mission critical clustering and database applications and as a result, its feature set has grown more broad and complex. Thus, improving its stability and reliability has been top priority in recent development.
Crossplane v1.2.0 is now live and includes a number of minor improvements across composition, package management, and documentation. The community has also continued to grow over the past few months, leading to the implementation of well-defined standards and processes for on-boarding new GitHub organization members and contributors.
Going forward, we will be relicensing our core open source projects (Grafana, Grafana Loki, and Grafana Tempo) from the Apache License 2.0 to the Affero General Public License (AGPL) v3. Plugins, agents, and certain libraries will remain Apache-licensed.
Rook v1.6 is another feature-filled release to improve storage for Kubernetes. The community is a great support in this journey to help validate that Rook will meet and exceed requirements for running in production.
We’re pleased to announce the release of Kubernetes 1.21, our first release of 2021! This release consists of 51 enhancements: 13 enhancements have graduated to stable, 16 enhancements are moving to beta, 20 enhancements are entering alpha, and 2 features have been deprecated.
As always, let’s talk about versioning conventions - you may be thinking “Shouldn’t this be 18.0, as AOSP is on 11, and not 11.1?”. As we stated in our last blog post, after 17.0, whenever we conduct a platform wide rebase, we will be incrementing our minor version. So, when we rebased on the December Android Security Bulletin (ASB) due to its fairly massive changes, LineageOS 18.1 was born.
Argoproj team is proud to announce the first release candidate for Argo CD v2.0! As denoted by the version number, this is a major release with many new features and enhancements, but no breaking changes or painful migrations.
v1.1 adds enhanced security for production deployments with Vault integration and several key Composition enhancements including bi-directional patching, patch deduplication, and resource re-ordering support. Rounding out the release is enhanced AWS Provider code generation with a new developer guide that has been picked up by the community to add resources like RDS DBCluster, Lambda functions and more!
Based on Kubernetes 1.20 (and CRI-O 1.20), OpenShift 4.7 has made progress on a few new features and functionality across our supported infrastructures, core platform, and workloads, while making stability a major theme for this release. We made a number of changes across the stack to improve the stability and quality of the product.
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