We are happy to announce a new release of Kuma! Kuma 1.3.1 ships with new features, performance improvements, and bug fixes. We strongly suggest to upgrade, in order to take advantage of the latest and greatest when it comes to service mesh.

# Features

  • πŸš€ You can now disable zones as needed.
  • πŸš€ You can now select a specific zone in the Kuma Service dashboard and in the Service to Service dashboard.
  • πŸš€ The number of Postgres connections is now limited to 50 by default. The default value was previously unlimited; you can still configure the limit if needed.
  • Performance is significantly improved.
  • Internal DNS now properly resolves AAAA records.

And a lot more! The full changelog is available here (opens new window).

# Join us on the community call!

Join us on our community channels (opens new window) to learn more about Kuma, including our official Slack chat. The community channels are useful to get up and running with Kuma, as well as to learn how to contribute to and discuss the project roadmap. Kuma is a CNCF Sandbox project: neutral, open and inclusive.

The next community call will be hosted on October 13th at 8:30am PDT (opens new window). Also don’t forget to follow Kuma on Twitter (opens new window) and star it on GitHub (opens new window)!

# Upgrading

Be sure to carefully read the Upgrade Guide (opens new window) before upgrading Kuma.

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