- Drop support for Kubernetes 1.9 and 1.10 and OpenShift 3.9 and 3.10.
Versions supported since Strimzi 0.12.0 are Kubernetes 1.11 and higher and OpenShift 3.11 and higher.
This was required because the CRD versioning and CRD subresources support.
- Added support for Kafka 2.2.1 and 2.1.1, dropped support for Kafka 2.0.0 and 2.0.1
- Persistent storage improvements
- Add resizing of persistent volumes
- Allow to specify different storage class for every broker
- Adding and removing volumes in Jbod Storage
- Custom Resources improvements
- New CRD version
v1beta1. See documentation for more information about upgrading from
- Log at the warn level when a custom resource uses deprecated or unknown properties
- Add initial support for the
statussub-resource in the
- New CRD version
- Add support for Strimzi Kafka Bridge for HTTP protocol
- Reduce the number of container images needed to run Strimzi to just two:
- Add support for unprivileged users to install the operator with Helm
- Support experimental off-cluster access using Kubernetes Nginx Ingress
- Add ability to configure Image Pull Secrets for all pods in Cluster Operator
- Support for SASL PLAIN mechanism in Kafka Connect and Mirror Maker (for use with non-Strimzi Kafka cluster)
Upgrading from Strimzi 0.11.0
- Backup the existing Cluster Operator resources
- Update the Cluster Operator. You will need to modify the installation files according to the namespace the Cluster Operator is running in. For more information, see Strimzi documentation.
- If you modified one or more environment variables in your existing Cluster Operator Deployment, edit
install/cluster-operator/050-Deployment-cluster-operator.yaml to reflect the changes that you made.
- When you have an updated configuration you can deploy it along with the rest of the install resources:
kubectl apply -f install/cluster-operator
- Wait for the associated rolling updates to complete.
- Update existing resources to the
v1beta1API version and to cope with deprecated custom resource properties. For more information, see Strimzi documentation.