The Scylla team is pleased to announce a release of Scylla Operator 1.1.
Scylla Operator is an open source project which helps users of Scylla Open Source and Scylla Enterprise run Scylla on Kubernetes. The Scylla operator manages Scylla clusters deployed to Kubernetes and automates tasks related to operating a Scylla cluster, like installation, scale out and downscale, as well as rolling upgrades.
- Scylla Operator 1.0 Release
- Scylla Operator source (on GitHub)
- Scylla Operator image on DockerHub
- Scylla Operator Helm Chart repository
- Upgrade guide
- Scylla Operator documentation
- Scylla Kubernetes Operator lesson in Scylla University
- Report a problem
Scylla Operator 1.1 brings the following changes:
- Readiness and liveness probes no longer generate EOF messages (#308).
- During patch version upgrades of Scylla, racks are upgraded sequentially (#340).
- Fixed stuck of Pod scheduling during dead node replacement (#355).
- Operator is able to detect that sidecar image used in existing clusters is too old and to perform an upgrade (#187).
- Operator recreates rack StatefulSet in case when it was deleted. (#418)
- Scylla Operator container image base changed to Ubuntu 20.04.
- Scylla Manager exposes metrics via headless service on 5090 port.
- Scylla Manager Agent exposes metrics via headless service on 5090 port.
- Scylla Operator metrics are moved from port 8080 to 8081.
This release also brings three Helm Charts especially useful for users interested in customizing their Scylla setups:
- scylla – allows for customization and deployment of Scylla clusters.
- scylla-manager – allows for customization and deployment of Scylla Manager.
- scylla-operator – allows for customization and deployment of Scylla Operator.
To help you start using new Helm Charts, we added an example run to our documentation.
Getting Started with Scylla Operator
- Scylla Operator Documentation
- Learn how to deploy Scylla on Google Kubernetes Engine (GKE) here
- Learn how to deploy Scylla on a Kubernetes Cluster here (including MiniKube example)
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22 Mar 2021