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ArangoDB Kubernetes Operator

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ArangoDB Kubernetes Operator helps to run ArangoDB deployments on Kubernetes clusters.

To get started, follow the Installation instructions below and/or read the tutorial.

State

The ArangoDB Kubernetes Operator is still in development.

Running ArangoDB deployments (single, active-failover or cluster) is reasonably stable, and we're in the process of validating production readiness of various Kubernetes platforms.

The feature set of the ArangoDB Kubernetes Operator is close to what it is intended to be.

Documentation

Production readiness state

Beginning with Version 0.3.11 we maintain a production readiness state for individual new features, since we expect that new features will first be released with an "alpha" or "beta" readiness state and over time move to full "production readiness".

Operator will supports versions supported on providers and maintained by Kubernetes. Once version is not supported anymore it will go into "Deprecating" state and will be marked as deprecated on Minor release.

Kubernetes versions starting from 1.16 are supported and tested, charts and manifests can use API Versions which are not present in older versions.

The following table has the general readiness state, the table below covers individual newer features separately.

Platform Kubernetes Version ArangoDB Version State Remarks Provider Remarks
Google GKE 1.17 >= 3.5.0 Production Don't use micro nodes
Google GKE 1.18 >= 3.5.0 Production Don't use micro nodes
Google GKE 1.19 >= 3.5.0 Production Don't use micro nodes
Google GKE 1.20 >= 3.5.0 Production Don't use micro nodes
Azure AKS 1.18 >= 3.5.0 Production
Azure AKS 1.19 >= 3.5.0 Production
Azure AKS 1.20 >= 3.5.0 Production
Amazon EKS 1.16 >= 3.5.0 Production Amazon EKS
Amazon EKS 1.17 >= 3.5.0 Production Amazon EKS
Amazon EKS 1.18 >= 3.5.0 Production Amazon EKS
Amazon EKS 1.19 >= 3.5.0 Production Amazon EKS
Amazon EKS 1.20 >= 3.5.0 Production Amazon EKS
IBM Cloud 1.17 >= 3.5.0 Deprecated
IBM Cloud 1.18 >= 3.5.0 Production
IBM Cloud 1.19 >= 3.5.0 Production
IBM Cloud 1.20 >= 3.5.0 Production
OpenShift 3.11 >= 3.5.0 Production
OpenShift 4.2 >= 3.5.0 Production
BareMetal (kubeadm) 1.16 >= 3.5.0 Production
BareMetal (kubeadm) 1.17 >= 3.5.0 Production
BareMetal (kubeadm) 1.18 >= 3.5.0 Production
BareMetal (kubeadm) 1.19 >= 3.5.0 Production
BareMetal (kubeadm) 1.20 >= 3.5.0 Production
BareMetal (kubeadm) 1.21 >= 3.5.0 Production
Minikube 1.14+ >= 3.5.0 Devel Only
Other 1.14+ >= 3.5.0 Devel Only

Feature-wise production readiness table:

Feature Operator Version ArangoDB Version ArangoDB Edition State Enabled Flag Remarks
Pod Disruption Budgets 0.3.10 Any Community, Enterprise Alpha True N/A N/A
Pod Disruption Budgets 0.3.11 Any Community, Enterprise Production True N/A N/A
Volume Resizing 0.3.10 Any Community, Enterprise Alpha True N/A N/A
Volume Resizing 0.3.11 Any Community, Enterprise Production True N/A N/A
Disabling of liveness probes 0.3.10 Any Community, Enterprise Alpha True N/A N/A
Disabling of liveness probes 0.3.11 Any Community, Enterprise Production True N/A N/A
Volume Claim Templates 0.3.11 Any Community, Enterprise Alpha True N/A N/A
Volume Claim Templates 1.0.0 Any Community, Enterprise Production True N/A N/A
Prometheus Metrics Exporter 0.3.11 Any Community, Enterprise Alpha True N/A Prometheus required
Prometheus Metrics Exporter 1.0.0 Any Community, Enterprise Production True N/A Prometheus required
Sidecar Containers 0.3.11 Any Community, Enterprise Alpha True N/A N/A
Sidecar Containers 1.0.0 Any Community, Enterprise Production True N/A N/A
Operator Single Mode 1.0.4 Any Community, Enterprise Production False --mode.single Only 1 instance of Operator allowed in namespace when feature is enabled
TLS SNI Support 1.0.3 >= 3.7.0 Enterprise Production True --deployment.feature.tls-sni N/A
TLS Runtime Rotation Support 1.0.4 > 3.7.0 Enterprise Alpha False --deployment.feature.tls-rotation N/A
TLS Runtime Rotation Support 1.1.0 > 3.7.0 Enterprise Production True --deployment.feature.tls-rotation N/A
JWT Rotation Support 1.0.4 > 3.7.0 Enterprise Alpha False --deployment.feature.jwt-rotation N/A
JWT Rotation Support 1.1.0 > 3.7.0 Enterprise Production True --deployment.feature.jwt-rotation N/A
Encryption Key Rotation Support 1.0.4 > 3.7.0 Enterprise Alpha False --deployment.feature.encryption-rotation N/A
Encryption Key Rotation Support 1.1.0 > 3.7.0 Enterprise Production True --deployment.feature.encryption-rotation N/A
Encryption Key Rotation Support 1.2.0 > 3.7.0 Enterprise NotSupported False --deployment.feature.encryption-rotation N/A
Version Check 1.1.4 >= 3.6.0 Community, Enterprise Alpha False --deployment.feature.upgrade-version-check N/A
Operator Maintenance Management Support 1.0.7 >= 3.6.0 Community, Enterprise Alpha False --deployment.feature.maintenance N/A
Operator Maintenance Management Support 1.2.0 >= 3.6.0 Community, Enterprise Production True --deployment.feature.maintenance N/A
Operator Internal Metrics Exporter 1.1.9 >= 3.6.0 Community, Enterprise Alpha False --deployment.feature.metrics-exporter N/A
Operator Internal Metrics Exporter 1.2.0 >= 3.6.0 Community, Enterprise Production True --deployment.feature.metrics-exporter N/A
Operator Internal Metrics Exporter 1.2.3 >= 3.6.0 Community, Enterprise Production True --deployment.feature.metrics-exporter It is always enabled
Operator Ephemeral Volumes 1.2.2 >= 3.7.0 Community, Enterprise Alpha False --deployment.feature.ephemeral-volumes N/A

Release notes for 0.3.16

In this release we have reworked the Helm charts. One notable change is that we now create a new service account specifically for the operator. The actual deployment still runs by default under the default service account unless one changes that. Note that the service account under which the ArangoDB runs needs a small set of extra permissions. For the default service account we grant them when the operator is deployed. If you use another service account you have to grant these permissions yourself. See here for details.

Installation of latest release using Kubectl

kubectl apply -f https://raw.githubusercontent.com/arangodb/kube-arangodb/1.2.2/manifests/arango-crd.yaml
kubectl apply -f https://raw.githubusercontent.com/arangodb/kube-arangodb/1.2.2/manifests/arango-deployment.yaml
# To use `ArangoLocalStorage`, also run
kubectl apply -f https://raw.githubusercontent.com/arangodb/kube-arangodb/1.2.2/manifests/arango-storage.yaml
# To use `ArangoDeploymentReplication`, also run
kubectl apply -f https://raw.githubusercontent.com/arangodb/kube-arangodb/1.2.2/manifests/arango-deployment-replication.yaml

This procedure can also be used for upgrades and will not harm any running ArangoDB deployments.

Installation of latest release using kustomize

Installation using kustomize looks like installation from yaml files, but user is allowed to modify namespace or resource names without yaml modifications.

IT is recommended to use kustomization instead of handcrafting namespace in yaml files - kustomization will replace not only resource namespaces, but also namespace references in resources like ClusterRoleBinding.

Example kustomization file:

apiVersion: kustomize.config.k8s.io/v1beta1
kind: Kustomization

namespace: my-custom-namespace

bases:
  - https://github.com/arangodb/kube-arangodb/manifests/kustomize/deployment/?ref=1.0.3

Installation of latest release using Helm

Only use this procedure for a new install of the operator. See below for upgrades.

# The following will install the custom resources required by the operators.
helm install https://github.com/arangodb/kube-arangodb/releases/download/1.2.2/kube-arangodb-crd-1.2.2.tgz
# The following will install the operator for `ArangoDeployment` &
# `ArangoDeploymentReplication` resources.
helm install https://github.com/arangodb/kube-arangodb/releases/download/1.2.2/kube-arangodb-1.2.2.tgz
# To use `ArangoLocalStorage`, set field `operator.features.storage` to true
helm install https://github.com/arangodb/kube-arangodb/releases/download/1.2.2/kube-arangodb-1.2.2.tgz --set "operator.features.storage=true"

Upgrading the operator using Helm

To upgrade the operator to the latest version with Helm, you have to delete the previous deployment and then install the latest. HOWEVER: You must not delete the deployment of the custom resource definitions (CRDs), or your ArangoDB deployments will be deleted!

Therefore, you have to use helm list to find the deployments for the operator (kube-arangodb) and of the storage operator (kube-arangodb-storage) and use helm delete to delete them using the automatically generated deployment names. Here is an example of a helm list output:

% helm list
NAME            	REVISION	UPDATED                 	STATUS  	CHART                               	APP VERSION	NAMESPACE
steely-mule     	1       	Sun Mar 31 21:11:07 2019	DEPLOYED	kube-arangodb-crd-0.3.9             	           	default  
vetoed-ladybird 	1       	Mon Apr  8 11:36:58 2019	DEPLOYED	kube-arangodb-0.3.10-preview        	           	default  

So here, you would have to do

helm delete vetoed-ladybird

but not delete steely-mule. Then you could install the new version with helm install as normal:

# The following will install the operator for `ArangoDeployment` &
# `ArangoDeploymentReplication` resources.
helm install https://github.com/arangodb/kube-arangodb/releases/download/1.2.2/kube-arangodb-1.2.2.tgz
# To use `ArangoLocalStorage`, set field `operator.features.storage` to true
helm install https://github.com/arangodb/kube-arangodb/releases/download/1.2.2/kube-arangodb-1.2.2.tgz --set "operator.features.storage=true"

Building

DOCKERNAMESPACE=<your dockerhub account> make
kubectl apply -f manifests/arango-deployment-dev.yaml
# To use `ArangoLocalStorage`, also run
kubectl apply -f manifests/arango-storage-dev.yaml
# To use `ArangoDeploymentReplication`, also run
kubectl apply -f manifests/arango-deployment-replication-dev.yaml

ArangoExporter

ArangoExporter project has been merged with ArangoOperator. Starting from ArangoDB 3.6 Servers expose metrics endpoint with prometheus compatible format. From this point Exporter is used only for TLS and/or Authentication termination to be compatible with all Prometheus installations.

ArangoExporter documentation can be found here