Today we introduce SKS - Scalable Kubernetes Service - the last addition to Exoscale consumable infrastructure service.
SKS brings simplicity and reliability to any Kubernetes workload with:
Wide choice of instance types
SKS launches today to all customers with Limited Availability in 3 zones :
and sets a General Availability in all zones for mid March 2021 as well as activation of full SLAs on the service.
As of today we are introducing API version 2 for Exoscale products. Compliant with the OpenAPI standard it comes along with a new documentation section. We will progressively migrate calls to the new format and new products and features are released under the version 2 specification as of now.
As part of the improvements to this new format, the new accompanying documentation is now complete with test commands as well as payload and response examples.
API version 1 remains available alongside version 2, with no immediate sunset plans until all calls are migrated end of 2021 earliest. As part of the long term support of our services, version 1 deprecation will be announced with a minimum 180 days notice period. As always, full API interaction is provided through our API client libraries such as https://github.com/exoscale/egoscale making this upcoming long term change transparent for most use cases.
The exo command line tool has reached version 1.20.0, introducing the new "exo lab coi" command.
The exo command line tool has reached version 1.19.0, now supporting adding ACL to files recursively in SOS.
The Exoscale Packer builder plugin has reached version 0.2.0, now supporting attaching Private Networks and multiple Security Groups to the build Compute instance.