Each version brings in a host of improvements and new features, further enhancing the utility and versatility of our tools in the cloud native landscape.
Kubernetes Fury Distribution v1.25.3: Upgraded Compatibility and Expanded Support
This update of Kubernetes Fury Distribution sees several notable enhancements, among which are Terraform upgrades, Apple Silicon processor support, and expanded Amazon EKS region support.
We now require Terraform 1.3+ in all underlying modules and bumped the the distribution to version 1.4.6.
Support for Apple Silicon tools is now almost complete, with the only exception of Kustomize, reflecting our commitment to ensuring the utility of furyctl-ng across diverse hardware setups.
Moreover, this release has expanded support to include Amazon EKS clusters located in newer regions such as eu-central-2. This geographic extension opens up KFD to an even broader audience, ensuring more cloud-native enthusiasts can take advantage of its powerful capabilities.
furyctl-ng v0.25.0-beta.0: Boosting Usability and Efficiency
While still in beta, this new release of furyctl-ng includes a variety of enhancements that streamline the user experience and improve overall performance.
We added a number of UX improvements, including:
- introduction of an openvpn connect command
- validation that Git is installed
- introduction of an HTTPS flag for dependency downloads
- support of branches in the distribution Version field
- validation of missing AWS regions- setting of a global timeout for all commands
We've also made a bunch of improvements under the hood, including the update to Golang 1.20, and the use of Terraform JSON outputs instead of log files for data retrieval.
Although these updates are part of a minor release, they mark significant advancements in our offerings, particularly regarding Terraform upgrades and Apple Silicon processor support. These enhancements bring us closer to a stable furyctl-ng release, demonstrating our commitment to continual improvement and adaptation to the evolving needs of our cloud-native users.
Stay tuned as we continue our journey toward providing the best tools and solutions for your cloud native requirements.
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