We’re excited to announce the release of Kuma 2.3. This new minor release gets us one step closer to releasing targetRef policies as defaults.
In order to take advantage of the latest and greatest in service mesh, we strongly suggest upgrading to Kuma 2.3. Upgrading is easy through
kumactl or Helm.
MeshTCPRoute which enables to control traffic routing for TCP services.
And a lot more! Check out the full release notes to see everything in this release.
The usage is very similar to other targetRef policies. For example you can here do a progressive traffic routing of a service from one version to another.
- kind: MeshServiceSubset
- kind: MeshServiceSubset
Note that cross zone routing hasn’t been implemented yet. This will be done in the next release (#6989).
MeshGateway support in new policy
Up until now it was complicated to use the
targetRef policies with the builtin gateway (read #6560 to understand why).
In the upcoming release this will be made even simpler with a new targetRef type
MeshGateway which will enable you to identify a gateway by its name.
You can check MADR 027 for a teaser.
GAMMA is an initiative within the GatewayAPI community to create common interfaces for service meshes. We believe this could ease the integration of service meshes with the rest of the Kubernetes ecosystem. This is the primary reason why Kuma has been active in this effort from the start.
In 2.3.0 we’re excited to announce support of HTTPRoute for routing inside the Mesh. It’s a simple feature but we are excited to see what people build around it!
The governance had not change since Kuma incubated in the CNCF. This meant that it wasn’t really a mature and thought through process. We’ve now spent significant time rethinking our GOVERNANCE. We believe it will make how the Kuma community works more transparent and welcoming to new contributors.
By the way, we are looking for production user stories, so if you have a good one please find us on Slack!
Be sure to carefully read the Upgrade Guide before upgrading Kuma.
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The community call is hosted on the second Wednesday of every Month at 8:30am PDT. And don’t forget to follow Kuma on Twitter and star it on GitHub!
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