New versions of Tectonic are released regularly with new features, bug fixes, and software updates. For existing clusters, review the Upgrading Tectonic guide.
Documentation is versioned along with each release. Each set is maintained on this site and can be accessed by using the dropdown on the main documentation page.
This release features a new graphical installation tool which simplifies the process of bootstrapping and launching bare metal clusters (alpha) that includes Kubernetes and additional Tectonic services.
The default installation now includes:
A variety of design and layout fixes and improvements for Tectonic Console
This release of tectonic fixes a bug introduced in v1.1.1 where the tectonic-manager would create invalid database entries.
Clients on v1.1.1 cannot upgrade without manually editing the database.
New unified account features allow you to share a single Tectonic license and pull secret (
coreos-pull-secret) across all of your software purchases. Be sure to download your newly formatted license and pull secret during the installation process, from https://account.tectonic.com.
This is the first General Availability release of Tectonic Enterprise, featuring an integrated suite of cluster tools and services:
Tectonic Console, a graphical user-interface that gives you a holistic view of your cluster
Tectonic Identity, providing cluster-wide SSO and identity services
CoreUpdate, automating behind-the-firewall software updates of Tectonic clusters CoreOS machines
Quay Enterprise, the most versatile and secure private container registry, running on the cluster
During our Tectonic Preview, many new features have been added and bugs have been identified and fixed. Thank you to our Preview customers for helping us make Tectonic robust, powerful, and stable.
Features and Fixes: