Releases

1.3.0 Beta

Get Started with release 1.3.0 Beta

1.3.0 brings new quality of life improvements as well as a set of backend changes that extend and unify ioFog's capabilities.

What's New?

  • ioFog Kubernetes support has been improved by expanding the ioFog Kubernetes Operator's capabilities. Now orchestration of ioFog Kubernetes is handled by the Operator. Previously, Helm and iofogctl were handling this orchestration themselves, in disparate ways.
  • ioFog Controller has been updated to allow for external databases to be used instead of the embedded SQLite default database. Helm and iofogctl have been updated to allow users to integrate their external databases during the deployment process.
  • The unified CLI, iofogctl, has been improved to allow users more granular control over resources like Connectors and Microservices.
  • iofogctl's YAML specification has been updated to accommodate its new features.
  • Users can now view realtime deployment status of Microservices through iofogctl due to improvements to both ioFog Controller and Agent.
  • The iofog-go-sdk has been updated to provide an HTTP client for ioFog Controller's REST API.

Changelogs

1.2.0 - "Kubernetes For The Edge"

Get Started with release 1.2.0

This release brings a set of features for seamless integration of Kubernetes and Edge Computing. The release comes with a new command line interface for Edge Compute Network management called iofogctl and other supplementary tools, such as platform tools for cluster and infrastructure management.

What's New?

Changelogs

Agent (v1.2.0)
  • Send Agent's external IP to Controller
  • Bugfix: Selecting the network interface that has Controller connectivity
  • Bugfix: Use local docker images when offline
Connector (v1.2.0)
  • Limit port range to 50 ports in default configuration file
Controller (v1.2.0)
  • Return Agent's external IP for Kubelet
  • Add uptime to status endpoint
  • Bugfix: Requests not failing if with additional properties
Kubelet (v1.2.0)
  • Initial release!
Iofogctl (v1.2.0)
  • Initial release!
Helm Chart (v1.2.0)
  • Initial release!
Platform Tools (v1.2.0)
  • Initial release!

Known Issues

  • Smart Camera Docker Container sometimes hangs after start ups.
  • ioFog Agent local API for receiving ioMessages from microservices will crap out after about 700 messages
  • Controller rejects requests that have unknown properties
  • Agent gives internal IP to Controller instead of public IP when on GCP
  • Agent not using local images when no internet connection
  • "iofog-agent info" hangs when multiple network adapters and no internet connection
  • Agent won't start when no internet connection
  • Agent will not start docker containers when Internet connection is not available
  • iofog-agent info command hangs and never returns information when Internet connection not available
  • ioFog Agent will not start when GPS mode is "auto" and Internet connection is not available
  • SQLite error on controller endpoint /api/v3/signup
  • Demo scripts in develop branch fail on macos with getopt error.
  • VideoProcessing doesn't succesfully load cameraSource
  • Master branch of demo repo tests fail sometimes on Pipelines
  • ARM TCP Docker issue causing images to not spawn
  • Route creation using iofog-controller cli failed, then succeeded with no change to the cli command
  • Update Controller npm dependencies
  • Update nodejs-sdk npm dependencies
  • Concurrent Requests to Provision an Agent on Controller API fail
  • New Connector has no authentication enabled
  • Need to change "publicMode": true to "publicMode": false in example for microservice "JSON ADD File Schema"
  • Filesystem security: SecurityManager is not running after restarting iofog-agent
  • GPS Agent Tracking : when user change gps coordinates manually, the changes are not shown on the map
  • Controller: add default log folder for Windows
  • Agent tracking: data from agent is not delivered to Kibana
  • Controller: set all NPM dependencies versions to stable number
  • API: Issues with /update/delete system microservices
  • Controller Installation: Check if sqlite3 binary exists

1.1.0

Get Started with release 1.1.0

Agent (v1.1.0)

Features Added
  • Added support for setting and passing through environment variables in docker containers at runtime
  • Added support for overriding container CMD directives at runtime
  • Agent Docker images now build from iofog-docker-images for stability
Bug Fixes
  • Fix for deleting local images when registry was set to local
  • Fix for when multiple Agents would removes other Agent's microservices on the same node
  • Fixed for Private registries authentication
  • Stop running microservices when iofog-agent package gets uninstalled

Controller (v1.1.1)

Features Added
  • Added support for setting and passing through environment variables in docker containers at runtime (see iofog-controller CLI)
  • Added support for overriding container CMD directives at runtime (see iofog-controller CLI)
  • Added capability to return a microservice's public url when a public port is set
  • New metrics being tracked:

    • Total CPU usage
    • Available disk
    • Available memory
  • Controller Docker images now build from iofog-docker-images for stability
Bug Fixes
  • Update microservice did always get picked up by Agent
  • High CPU usage when Controller was running for couple of weeks
  • Fixed log rotation (should work infinitely now)
  • Fixed regression where Ports public directive was not honored

Connector (v1.1.0)

Features Added
  • Connector Docker images now build from iofog-docker-images for stability
Bug Fixes
  • Improved and now return correct HTTP status codes when API call fails

Demo

Features
  • Huge refactoring and consolidation of Demo repo
  • Rather than distinct environments, Demo now builds from a single docker-compose environment which is then augmented/decorated
  • Updated and refactored docker-compose configurations to support V3 api spec
  • Optimized Dockerfiles
  • Improved overall user experience, logging and demo output
  • Re-worked tutorial workflow to simplify user experience
  • All Docker images now build from iofog-base-images for stability
  • Added support for integration testing using TestHarness during CI execution
Bug Fixes
  • Fixed Agent docker depending on unstable location of Java

1.0.0

Our very first release.

Get Started with release 1.0.0

  • Everything of course!