Announcing KubeDB v2022.12.28
We are pleased to announce the release of KubeDB v2022.12.28. This post lists all the major changes done in this release since the last release. The release was mainly focused on updating documentations, writing test and bug fixes and improvements. Plus, there was some major features like support for Kafka, ProxySQL: Autoscaler, Monitoring, MariaDB and Percona-XtraDB backend support. Also, new versions for ElasticSearch, MariaDB, PostgreSQL, PgBouncer, Kibana are available.
Introducing KubeVault v2022.12.28
We are very excited to announce the release of KubeVault v2022.12.28 Edition. In this release, the
SecretEngine for Redis has been added, KubeVault CLI has been updated for generating
SecretProviderClass for Redis.
Announcing Voyager v2022.12.11
We are pleased to announce the release of Voyager v2022.12.11. In this release, we have released operator and HAProxy images to fix a number of CVEs.
Introducing Stash v2022.12.11
We are very excited to announce Stash v2022.12.11. It comes with a couple of exciting new features, a few bug fixes, and improvements to the codebase. In this post, we are going to highlight the most significant changes.
Introducing KubeVault v2022.12.09
We are excited to announce the release of KubeVault v2022.12.09. You can now take Backup & Restore your Vault cluster managed by KubeVault or even deployed with Vault Helm Charts using Stash.
Backup & Restore Vault cluster with Stash
AppsCode held a webinar on “Backup & Restore Vault cluster with Stash”. This took place on 1st December 2022. The contents discussed on the webinar:
- Install KubeVault
- Install Stash
- Deploy Vault using KubeVault
- Backup Vault data with Stash
- Restore Vault data with Stash
- Q&A Session
Expose KubeDB Managed MySQL Server Using Nginx-Ingress Controller
KubeDB simplifies Provision, Upgrade, Scaling, Volume Expansion, Monitor, Backup, Restore for various Databases in Kubernetes on any Public & Private Cloud. In this blog we will show how to expose KubeDB managed MySQL server using nginx-ingress controller.
Filter Panopticon Metrics by Namespaces
Monitoring is an essential part of applications deployed in Kubernetes. We have a tool called Panopticon to collect metrics from Kubernetes native and custom resources. In this blog post, we’ll briefly describe how you can configure Panopticon or Prometheus Service Monitor to filter Panopticon metrics by namespaces.
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