Last month we kicked off this new regular blog series where we update you on some of the exciting capabilities newly available in KOTS (Kubernetes Off-The-Shelf), kURL, and Vendor Web. We’re back with new release highlights for April 2021, so let’s take a look at some of our recently shipped features and release highlights below.
Greetings and welcome back to our series on getting familiar with the Replicated Vendor Portal. In this episode, we’re going to talk a bit about the different types of container image registries available to use with Replicated KOTS – or any other Kubernetes clusters. When you hear the phrase “container registry,” your mind probably automatically
They say, “An ounce of preparation is better than a pound of cure.” This holds true for many situations, none more so than making sure that your organization is prepared in the dreaded event that something – whether it be an HSD, a fire, a spilled drink, or a flock of wild pigeons – takes
As our team and product grows, we’re making big strides with feature improvements to make your Replicated experience even better. This article kicks off what will be a regular blog series announcing new features, with a breakdown of the latest additions to KOTS (Kubernetes Off-The-Shelf). Take a look at some of our recently shipped features
Starting in KOTS v1.31.0, the Snapshots feature set that can be used to back up and restore applications, as well as restore from disaster recovery scenarios, is now generally available (GA), further improving Replicated’s Day 2 operational capabilities for third-party software vendors. In addition to bringing this feature set out of beta, we’ve streamlined the
Greetings friends and welcome to part one of a series on getting familiar with the Replicated catalog. We’re going to start with KOTS – short for Kubernetes-off-the-shelf software. Since you’re here, I’m going to assume that you’re probably already at least somewhat familiar with Kubernetes, (TL;dr it’s THE open source container orchestration engine that’s way
We recently recorded a demo of installing a Kubernetes Off-The-Shelf (KOTS) application as a private instance. In this video we play the role of both application vendor and enterprise IT admin, so you have to follow along closely to catch some of the nuance of the demo. Both installations are managed by the vendor from