Thanks to all of you who have contributed with issue reports, pull requests, feedback, and spreading the word with blogs, videos, comments, and so on. We really appreciate your help, keep it up!
Without further ado, let's have a look at the most significant updates:
- Based on Fabric8 Kubernetes Client 6.1
- Additional ImageStreamTags allowed in OpenShift S2I builds
- Automatic startup probe definition in Deployments for Quarkus, OpenLiberty, and WildFly
- New generic
- Initial support for
- 🐛 Many other bug-fixes and minor improvements
Until now, JKube provided several options to configure the image pull policy of Deployments and other kinds of controllers. Starting on v1.9, we've created a new generic
jkube.imagePullPolicy property that should be used as the preferred way to set the pull policy for the controllers, regardless of the applicable Enricher.
Check the following video for a live demo and additional details:
If your project is based on Maven, you just need to add the Kubernetes Maven plugin or the OpenShift Maven plugin to your plugin dependencies:
If your project is based on Gradle, you just need to add the Kubernetes Gradle plugin or the OpenShift Gradle plugin to your plugin dependencies:
id 'org.eclipse.jkube.kubernetes' version '1.9.1'
If you're interested in helping out and are a first-time contributor, check out the "first-timers-only" tag in the issue repository. We've tagged extremely easy issues so that you can get started contributing to Open Source and the Eclipse organization.
If you are a more experienced developer or have already contributed to JKube, check the "help wanted" tag.
We're also excited to read articles and posts mentioning our project and sharing the user experience. Feedback is the only way to improve.