Apr 3, 2020
The Kubic Project is proud to announce that Snapshot 20200331 has been released containing Kubernetes 1.18.0.
Release Notes are avaialble HERE.
All newly deployed Kubic clusters will automatically be Kubernetes 1.18.0 from this point.
For existing clusters, please follow our new documentation our wiki HERE
Thanks and have a lot of fun!
The Kubic Team
Reaching the login prompt in 2.5 seconds - a journey
Feb 4, 2020Not only in development environments it’s very handy to have a quick turnaround time, which can include reboots. Especially for transactional systems where changes to the system only take effect after booting into the new state, this can have a significant impact. So let’s see what can be done. Remember:...
Kubic with Kubernetes 1.17.0 released
Jan 15, 2020Announcement The Kubic Project is proud to announce that Snapshot 20200113 has just been released containing Kubernetes 1.17.0. This is a particually exciting release with Cloud Provider Labels becoming a GA-status feature, and Volume Snapshotting now reaching Beta-status. Release Notes are avaialble HERE. Special Thanks Special thanks to Sascha Grunert,...
Configuration files in /etc and /usr/etc
Dec 5, 2019Intro As some may have already noticed, openSUSE MicroOS introduced a /usr/etc directory and some configuration files are already moved to this directory. What’s behind this move? For a better understanding, let’s first look how configuration files are handled by RPM today: RPM and Configuration Files RPM has limited support...
Private and Air-Gap registry for openSUSE Kubic
Nov 15, 2019Intro Sometimes there are occasions where direct internet access is not possible (proxy/offline/airgapped). Even in this setups it is possible to deploy and use Kubernetes with openSUSE Kubic and a local private registry. In this blog I will explain how to setup a local server which acts as private registry...
toolbox - bring your own (debugging) utilities with you
Oct 22, 2019Intro Our Container Host OS openSUSE MicroOS and our Kubernetes platform openSUSE Kubic are both using transactional-update to apply patches to the system. This implies that a read-only root filesystem is used. While this has big advantages, like it allows to update a cluster automatically in a safe way, this...
kubic-control for openSUSE Kubic
Aug 27, 2019Intro If you think, this is too much text and sounds far too complicated or you are not interested in background informations: install openSUSE Kubic and go directly to the “Deploy Kubernetes” Section. There is not really an easier way to deploy Kubernetes! Why should I want to use kubic-control?...