Charmed Kubeflow 1.7
Charmed Kubeflow 1.7 beta was released on March 8th, with the bug fixes and evolution updated on Discourse.
Between the Beta and the Stable version, the most noticeable changes are:
- Addition of the kserve 0.10/stable and knative 1.8/stable (previously latest/edge was used)
- Knative is well configured, using the right config options
- The dashboard logout button now works in stable
- Istio handles upgrades from 1.11 to 1.16 in an almost automatic way. An upgrade guide is available
- Training operator and Seldon operator handle possible conflicts when upgraded
- Dashboard side panel order was revisited to match the upstream project
- Links in the dashboard side panel are now fully functional and point to Charmed Kubeflow websites
Publish a guide to deploy Charmed Kubeflow behind a proxy.
Allow access to default Kubeflow pipeline” change (GH159))
Charm missing kubeflow role aggregation rule that gives users access to SeldonDeployments (GH113)
Logout function causes crash loop (GH364)
Unit goes on BlockedStatus on conditions that cannot be resolved by a human operator (GH549)
Seldon-controller-manager fails to upgrade (GH101)
istio-gateway 1.16 incorrectly deploys istio/proxyv2 image version 1.11(GH197)
Change prometheus-scrape-config-k8s channel once available in stable (GH70)
training-operator is blocked when deployed as part Kubeflow bundle 1.6/stable(GH74)
User namespace is removed after upgrade from 1.6 to 1.7 (GH547)
Remove hook fails with not found error from k8s (GH95)
No guide available to install Kubeflow offline on Microk8s in a corporate envirement behind proxy (GH540)
kubeflow-roles failed to upgrade 1.6 to 1.7 (GH40)
Minio fails to upgrade 1.6 to 1.7 (GH108)
Connect to notebook server - RBAC: access denied (GH210)
A list of all outstanding bugs is available here.
Watch our video for more information about Charmed Kubeflow 1.7 or read our blog. If you would like to deploy the bundle, please follow our tutorial.
If you are already a Charmed Kubeflow user, please follow our upgrade guide to get to the latest release.
We are open source by heart, so we welcome contributions and feedback.
Last updated 2 months ago.