SUSE Cloud Application Platform v1.3 is now available! If you’re in Seattle for Kubecon this week, be sure to stop by our booth for a new pair of socks, a demo, or to learn more. The new version focuses on our continuing effort to provide a cloud native developer experience to Kubernetes users, an improved UI, additional services brokers, and more.
You can now graphically track metrics and see into the underlying Kubernetes infrastructure with an updated version of Stratos UI. Stratos is a UI web console that manages Cloud Foundry clusters, and the workloads running on them, and is adding additional Kubernetes integration with each release. In this newest version, application and Kubernetes pod attributes such as CPU and memory usage are tracked in a graph over time, and the status of the underlying Kubernetes cluster is now available.
Easily connect to a broad range of services with open source service brokers for services hosted on Azure and Amazon, including MariaDB, MySQL, Oracle, PostgreSQL, SQL Server, and more. For development and testing purposes, the Helm Minibroker provisions services in containers on your Kubernetes cluster. It currently supports MySQL, PostgreSQL, MariaDB, and MongoDB.
New support for CredHub allows you to centrally secure and manage credential generation, storage, lifecycle management, and access. CredHub manages credentials like passwords, certificates, certificate authorities, ssh keys, rsa keys and arbitrary values (strings and JSON blobs). It provides a CLI and API to get, set, generate and securely store credentials.
SUSE Cloud Application Platform supports Amazon EKS, Azure AKS, and SUSE CaaS Platform. Support for additional public cloud Kubernetes services to follow.