We are thrilled to announce the release of Flux v2.2.0! Here you will find highlights of new features and improvements in this release, with the primary theme being Helm.
Flux just went through its second CNCF-funded Security Audit. Here we publicly release and discuss the report.
Flux v2.1.0: New monitoring setup with support for custom metrics, performance improvements and much more!
Flux 2.0 and General Availability!
Flux becomes a graduated project within the Cloud Native Computing Foundation. Today is a day to celebrate our hard work as a community!
Flagger 1.19.0 adds support for Gateway API, which will allow us to support new Gateway API implementations seamlessly going forward. Check out the tutorial to see how you are going to benefit from this.
Flux just went through a CNCF-funded Security Audit. Here we publicly release and discuss the report. We also disclose our first CVE, which was fixed in Flux v0.18.0 - please upgrade as soon as you can!
The next Flux release will bring you a new reconciler based on Kubernetes “Server-Side Apply”. It will make Flux more performant, observable, less error-prone and provide a generally more delightful experience. This post informs you of the changes you need to take to be able to upgrade.
The Cloud Native Computing Foundation promoted Flux to Incubation status. We celebrate all the great work that turned Flux into a GitOps family of projects.