We are pleased to announce the release of Voyager v2021.09.15. This post lists all the major changes done in this release since
v12.0.0. This release offers support for the latest
Kubernetes version 1.22 and upgrades HAProxy to
2.4.4. Voyager v2021.09.15 introduces Community & Enterprise Edition and deprecates prior releases of Voyager operators. The detailed commit by commit changelog can be found here
As you may know, Kubernetes 1.22 removed several deprecated beta APIs
that were used by Voyager. So, we have updated Voyager project to use the corresponding GA version of those APIs. With this change, Voyager v2021.09.15 supports Kubernetes 1.19 - 1.22 . With this change, we have removed support for
networking.k8s.io/v1beta1 Ingress api and only support
Voyager v1 Ingress api
In this release, we have introduced
voyager.appscode.com/v1 api group with changes similar to
networking.k8s.io/v1 api group. The documentation has been updated to only use the
v1 api group. The original
v1beta1 api group is still supported via a CRD conversion webhook built into the operator. So, you should be able to use your existing
v1beta1 YAMLs. But we recommend upgrading to
v1 YAML format.
In this release, we have upgraded to HAProxy version to latest 2.4.4 release. We have also removed the prometheus exporter sidecar and use the HAPRoxy’s built-in prometheus exporter for exposing metrics.
In this release, we have removed Voyager’s built-in
Certificate CRD. We now recommend using Jetstack’s cert-manager
project for certificate management. Currently we only support DNS based domain validator for Let’s Encrypt. HTTP01 based domain validation is not supported currently due to cert-manager#4288
limitation in cert-manager project.
Voyager Operator uses
In previous releases, the Voyager documentation will show Voyager operator deployed in
kube-system namespace. From this release, we have updated the documentation to use the
voyager namespace for installing the operator. This is generally recommended to deploy operators in their own namespace instead of
kube-system namespace. But you can still deploy Voyager is the
kube-system namespace or any other namespace you like using Helm.
Community Edition vs Enterprise Edition
Kubernetes v2021.09.15 Community Edition will manage ingress resources in Kubernetes
demo namespace. Community Edition is feature limited and with this change we are making it clear to end users that Community Edition is primarily targeted for demo use-cases and the Enterprise Edition is targeted for production usage. To manage databases in any namespace, please try the Enterprise Edition.
Deprecating Previous Voyager Releases
Our plans for Voyager has evolved quite a bit since our decision to adopt an open/core model last year and provide a sustainable future for the project. With this release, we are announcing the deprecation of all prior Voyager releases. Currently Voyager v12.0.x and v11.0.x are available to users. The previous versions of Voyager operator has been retired and v12.0.x and v11.0.x will become unavailable by Dec 31, 2021. So, we encourage users to upgrade to the latest version of Voyager.
Please try the latest release and give us your valuable feedback.
If you want to install Voyager, please follow the installation instruction from here .
If you want to upgrade Voyager from a previous version, please follow the upgrade instruction from here .
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