Developers to join Cloudlet Pool
Developers can now become a member of a cloudlet pool based on Operator’s invitation.
Learn more about Cloudlet Pools here.
You can now set up alert policies to further monitor your applications and be alerted when applications violate those policies. Alert policies include things like CPU usage, Memory usage, Disk usage, and the number of active connections.
This feature is currently supported for Kubernetes apps only.
Learn more about Alert Policies here.
App Instance alerts
We now generate app instance alerts when the CPU exceeds the defined levels, when the memory exceeds the defined levels, or when the app instance restarts.
Learn more about App Instance Alerts here.
You can now classify alerts based on severity levels. The severity levels include info, warning, and error.
Learn more about Alert Severity here.
Monitoring Events and Usage
We have made significant enhancements to the monitoring components. In addition to collecting events and audit events for applications, clusters, and cloudlets, retrieving this data is now performed using the combined events and audits commands. Our search capabilities have been expanded with additional filter and tag options to further refine your search, and you can go from a Live view and switch view to perform a more specific search. Usage logs, which let you view application instances, across client devices, locations, etc., help you understand the application activity occurring within your cloudlets. You can also view usage logs for cluster instances and cloudlet pools.
Learn more about events and usage logs here.
Monitor Client Edge Events
You can now view client application data and usage through the Monitoring console. The data can be filtered based on application instance, location, and the type of network used. However, no location data, user information, and devices are accessible since MobiledgeX does not store that information. Only statistical aggregated data can be viewed.
Learn more about how to use and view edge events here.
Health Checks on VM
We now support application-level health checks on VMs so that when a VM is stopped, a Healthcheck Fail Server alert is sent.
Learn more about health checks here.
Helm Chart support
We now support Helm Chart v3.
See supported application types here.
Accessing GPU drivers
You can now access public GPU drivers owned by the Operator that is associated with your GPU cloudlets.
Support for vGPU
We now support GPU access.
Kubernetes clusters and GPU resource
We now support Kubernetes clusters with GPU.
Learn how to use GPUs on MobiledgeX here.
Windows 10 VM image on MobiledgeX Platform
Developers can deploy Windows VM on MobiledgeX Platform using QCOW 2.
Learn how to do deploy Windows VMs here.
Active connections with AutoScale policy
In addition to CPU, the auto-scale policy can also be based on the number of active connections, memory, and CPU utilization to allow for scaling based on these multiple metrics.
Learn more about Auto Scale here.
Health Check and IAAS Cloudlets
Health Check will now fail if the IAAS cloudlets go down.
K8 deployment with custom namespaces
You can now provide custom namespaces for K8s deployments.