After an API and CLI support first for Exoscale DBaaS, the web portal access has landed as well. From the Exoscale Portal you can now create, view and delete your data services in a few clicks.
In addition, with our latest CLI update (1.49.0) we now support the use of 'logs' and 'metrics' for DBaaS plans. This enables insights and debug information.
Our Scalable Kubernetes Service (SKS) is constantly evolving. With our latest feature update we now support OpenID Connect as authentication method. This gives customers enhanced access control to the SKS clusters.
Additionally, SKS now also supports labels and taints. Taints can be associated to your nodepool workers during cluster creation. By using taints customers have the possibility to repel sets of pods on a node. Together with Tolerations this ensures that pods are not scheduled onto inappropriate nodes.
Managed PostgreSQL now supports version 14 on the Exoscale platform. With this update customers benefit from the latest features and upgrades on Exoscale DBaaS 'pg'.
This new version from the famous open-source relational database engine includes amongst many others:
Find all new features in the official PostgreSQL release notes.
To benefit from the new version when creating a new database or forking an existing one, just add the `--pg-version` parameter at the command line.
With the new oneclick™ VDI & DaaS Packages, you can get access to turnkey Virtual Desktop Infrastructure (VDI) by simply selecting the suitable plan based on the number of users and the desired components. Your chosen environment is then automatically set up and maintained for you by oneclick™ up to operating system level.
The provision of a virtual desktop infrastructure couldn’t be simpler.
Not even two weeks after the official release, the new OpenBSD 7.0 Template is already available on the Exoscale platform.
OpenBSD 7.0 comes with various improvements and updated security features. Like previous OpenBSD versions on Exoscale it also features Cloud-Init for contextualization of your instance.
The new Windows Server 2022 Template has been released this week on the Exoscale platform.
Windows Server 2022 is the next Long Term Servicing Channel (LTSC) release which entails many new features like enhanced security and enablement of HTTPS and TLS 1.3 by default.