Fleio 2022.02.0 is now available in beta and you can test it in your lab environment since this is not recommended for production.
You can read more about our release model here.
Notifications system improvements
In the 2022.02 release we worked on adding a new feature to the notifications system: Top line notification in enduser panel.
If you want to check out this new feature, you will have to head over to the Mass Message (previously known a Mass email) page, located under the Clients & User menu and click on the Message filtered clients in the bottom right corner button.
As you can see, now there are 3 options regarding the mass message:
- send mass email and panel notification message
- send panel notification message
- send mass email
In order to also show the top line notification you will have to choose the new option. By checking it, you will be able to preview it in the mass message page, change the background color, the text color and to configure a date and time until the notification line will disappear.
Note that end user can also hide the top line by reading the notification.
Hypervisors list and details
With the latest release we also added a new feature in Fleio, which will allow staff users to directly see the hypervisor’s list and details.
Note that the hypervisors cannot be updated from Fleio (e.g. actions like disable/enable hypervisor).
Retry option for failed operations
In the latest release we also added a new option on some operations (such as create instance) which will allow you to retry the failed operations.
Alpha release for Kubernetes and JuJu deployment
As you might be aware of, in the last release blog posts (for 2022.01 version), we announced that we are working on having Fleio deployed in a High Availability setup.
With the 2022.02 release we are proud to let you know that Fleio can now be installed via Kubernetes or Juju.
If you want to install Fleio with Kubernetes or with JuJu, please follow our documentation.
This is still an early alpha release, so things might not work properly / out of the box. If you’re encountering issues with Fleio after installing it with Kubernetes or Juju, please let us know and we will assist you.
Keep in mind that in order to upgrade Fleio to the latest version you need to follow this guide.
We’ll talk about some of the other features in the stable release, 2022.02.1, which should be out in about one week.
In the meanwhile, see a complete list of changes in the 2021.02.0 changelog.