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New and Changed Features

 

The features listed in this section are new or changed as of Juke Multicloud Release 2.1. A brief description of each new feature is included.

Saving, Attaching, and Accessing Storage Volume Information

Starting in Juke Multicloud Release 2.1, information relating to storage volumes are saved in the database. With this release, you can attach storage volumes to multiple containers, and access storage volume information from multiple containers in a multicloud environment. You can access the same storage volume that is attached to multiple containers, at the same time and this helps to form a multicloud cluster.

Support for Data Replication

Starting in Juke Multicloud Release 2.1, data is replicated based on storage volumes that are saved in the database and not based on workloads. You can also choose where the data is replicated.

Support for Role-Based Access Control

Juke Multicloud Release 2.1 supports role-based access control (RBAC).

RBAC provides:

  • Cloud provider credentials authentication for every user group

  • User and group permissions

  • Resource control

  • Notification control

  • Resource visibility based on group permission

Support for Loading Multiple Cloud Credentials on Juke Multicloud

Starting with Juke Multicloud Release 2.1, you can upload multiple cloud credentials by leveraging Juke Multicloud’s role-based access control (RBAC) enhancement. You use these cloud credentials to access or add compute resources required to provision nodes at the infrastructure provider premises. You can also upload cloud credentials for every use group. For example, Group A uses a set of cloud credentials to access or add compute resources required to provision nodes. However, you cannot use the same credentials to access Group B information.

Support for Version Display on the UI

Starting with Juke Multicloud Release 2.1, release version is displayed on the user interface (UI).

Support for Automatically Adding Storage Disks on fstab

Starting with Juke Multicloud Release 2.1, storage disks are automatically mounted on fstab (file systems table) system configuration file when the machine is rebooted.