Version 6 is a major milestone in Gravity development, it comes with a huge number of new features. The goal of Gravity 6 was to make dramatic improvements to the user experience.
Gravity 6 comes with a completely new web UI which includes:
- Beautiful dashboard showing cluster health and a commanding overview of everything that matters.
- Brand new audit log UI, with a history of remotely executed commands via k8s API or SSH.
- Redesigned cluster settings.
Another major change in Gravity 6 is tighter integration with Gravitational Teleport, i.e. users now must execute
tsh login instead of
tele login to authenticate against Gravity clusters and access them via K8s API or SSH.
The Ops Center has been deprecated. It has been superseded by a new product called Gravity Hub, which is only available to Enterprise Edition users. Gravity Hub not only acts as a central control plane for a large number of remote Kubernetes clusters but also performs the duties of being a central repository of cluster images.
Improvements in this release
- Add ability to run privileged containers. See Running Privileged Containers for details.