We’ve been busy here at Fairwinds. This October, we upgraded many elements of our software, including improvements to our quality of service workloads, PagerDuty Integration, and navigation bar—plus, we performed several bug fixes. This blog will cover everything you need to know about the new releases 5.6.0-6.1.0 and how their advancements will affect the security and reliability of your Kubernetes ownership.
The new QoS parameter allows users to indicate the importance of their workloads while also allowing Insights to recommend resources based on this parameter. From highest to lowest importance, the values are Critical, Guaranteed, Burstable and Limited. Bug fixes on this release include:
Organizations can now set up the PagerDuty integration to automatically send incident events from Insights. Team management now displays a better error when inviting a user who is already part of the organization. You can learn more about our PagerDuty integration here.
Some navigation items have been renamed as follows: Report Hub to Install Hub, Repos to All Repositories, and Clusters to All Clusters. Bug fixes include:
The Prometheus Collector report will now generate Action Items based on workload metrics. Loading time of the clusters table in the Organizational Dashboard is now faster, and various UI improvements across Insights have been made.
You can view the full list of release notes here at any time.
Some of you may already be using our Open Source projects. We recently launched an open source user group, and we’re always hoping for more people to join us. Sign up here for the Fairwinds Open Source Source User Group and join our next meetup in December!