New MiniKF release including:
- Kubeflow 1.4
- Rok 1.5.3-28-g610fd714c
- Upgrade Rok to version 1.5.3.
- Upgrade MiniKF to Ubuntu Focal 20.04.
- Secure and encrypt network traffic for Kubeflow Pipelines and KFServing by using Istio sidecars with mTLS.
- Get full control over the deploy configuration of your Kale pipelines, both from the Kale UI and the Kale SDK.
- Access a monitoring dashboard to get a holistic view of your Kubernetes and Rok cluster.
- Write a simple Python for-loop and let Kale convert it to hundreds of pipeline steps without having to write any KFP DSL or produce any Docker images.
- Call step functions with keyword arguments in the Kale SDK.
- Produce pipeline components that are explicit about their inputs and outputs using the Kale SDK.
- Run PyTorch distributed training jobs using Kale pipelines.
- Kale images with GPU support.
- Kale-powered VSCode Notebook Image.
- Upgrade CSI Snapshot CRDs from v1alpha1 to v1beta1.
- Ship Kale notebooks images with Python 3.8.
- Support for JubyterLab version 3.
- Improve the MiniKF dashboard.
- Remove the Contributors tab from the Kubeflow central dashboard.
- Improve the KFP caching mechanism.
- Remove critical CVEs from Rok and Kubeflow images.
- Improve Rok root controller to accept hundreds of new connections more
- Fix a systemd issue that could make MiniKF fail on boot.
- Fix a bug in Rok that could lead to snapshots failing after some time, and making pipeline runs go into error.
- Fix a bug in the Rok CSI driver that could lead to potential failure when trying to create a volume using a VolumeSnapshot as source.
- Fix an upstream kernel bug that could lead to failed snapshots.
- Fix race on garbage collection tasks.
You can find more information about bugfixes and improvements here: https://docs.arrikto.com/release-1.5/NEWS.html