Platform9 4.5 Release Notes - Platform9

Platform9 4.5 Release Notes

Below are new features, upgrades and bug fixes for the 4.5 release of Platform9 Managed Kubernetes and Managed OpenStack.

What’s Changed: Platform9 Managed Kubernetes

Cluster Upgrades

A notification will now appear when a cluster can be upgraded.

Monitoring Enhancements

We added a Rule Details popup. On the Rules Dashboard under Monitoring click on any Rule to view its configuration. We added the ability to view active alarm details. When viewing the Monitoring Dashboard click on any alarm to view its details. We have added a new dashboard to Monitoring that enables you to view the built in Prometheus Rules.

CSI Drivers

Platform9 can now detect and display Cluster CSI details, CSI Driver details can now be viewed on the Cluster Details dashboard. We added an API for querying cluster CSI driver details.

Bug Fixes and Improvements

For the latest Kubernetes support matrix please visit Kubernetes Support Matrix Latest

What’s Changed: Platform9 Managed OpenStack

Python3.6 support

Added Python 3.6 support for all OpenStack services. With Python3.6 support, minimum version required of the OVS package on hosts is 2.11.1, which can be downloaded from the Platform9 repository.

For CentOS/RHEL hosts:

yum -y install
yum update openvswitch

For Ubuntu hosts:

wget -q -O - | sudo apt-key add -
add-apt-repository 'deb /'
apt-get update
apt-get -y install openvswitch-switch

Bug Fixes and Improvements

Upgrade Notes

Deprecated Ceilometer-API

Starting with this Platform9 release, the deprecated ceilometer-api is disabled in favor of using equivalent APIs provided by Gnocchi, Aodh and Panko services for metrics, alarms and events respectively. With this change, any references to native ceilometer metrics should be dropped from Aodh alarms and Heat stack templates. You should transition to using Gnocchi-based alarms for autoscaling feature.

Updated Ubuntu Repository

Updated existing ubuntu_latest repo with signing of files using gpg key. Download key from s3 bucket using following

wget -q -O - | sudo apt-key add -
Debian path in /etc/apt/sources.list.d/platform9*.list should be modified to following
add-apt-repository 'deb /'
apt-get update

#### VMware Appliance Added below annotation in VMware appliance template OVF suggesting it is used as Platform9 Gateway to avoid accidental deletion. <Annotation>openstack-do-not-delete:Platform9-VMware-Gateway</Annotation>

For the latest OpenStack support matrix please visit OpenStack Support Matrix Latest

September 16, 2020