Meshery Releases

v0.3.15

Released on 1 May 2020

What’s new ?

  • Mesheryctl
    • Feature: Addition of mesheryctl perf –file support for SMPS formatted performance test profiles.
    • Feature: Behavior changemesheryctl perf for using tokens and supporting JWT.

v0.3.14

What’s new ?

  • Mesheryctl
    • Behavior change in mesheryctl start to check for new Meshery server images by default.

v0.3.13

What’s new ?

  • Mesheryctl
    • Point release for mesheryctl’s initial ARM support.

v0.3.11

What’s new ?

v0.3.10

What’s new ?

v0.3.9

What’s new ?

  • Mesheryctl
    • Addition of mesheryctl version to provide server-side version number.
    • Improvement of mesheryctl logs stop start to provide appropriate grammar in situations when Meshery is stopped or Docker is not present.
  • Meshery Server
    • Strip off extraneous information beyond IP address and port in Grafana and Prometheus endpoints (#612)

v0.3.8

What’s new ?

  • Mesheryctl
    • Extraneous command line output removed. Clarity of CLI interaction with mesheryctl is improved in this release.

v0.3.7

What’s new ?

  • Meshery Server
    • Ad-hoc connectivity tests for Prometheus is now supported. Users can click the Prometheus chip and have Meshery verify its ability to connect to the configured Prometheus instance.

v0.3.6

What’s new ?

  • Mesheryctl
    • Ad-hoc connectivity tests for Grafana is now supported. Users can click the Grafana chip and have Meshery verify its ability to connect to the configured Grafana instance.

v0.3.5

What’s new ?

  • Mesheryctl
    • Removal of init as a command exposed to users. This command’s functionality is used internal to mesheryctl start. A new start --check command will provide preflight check functionality in init’s place.

v0.3.4

What’s new ?

  • Mesheryctl
    • mesheryctl version is now enhanced with the addition of displaying the git commit (sha) of the mesheryctl release.

v0.3.3

What’s new ?

  • Meshery Server
    • Providers - a new project construct that allows users to select authentication, long-term storage, and so on provider.

v0.3.2

What’s new ?

  • Mesheryctl
    • Addition of mesheryctl version as a new subcommand.

v0.3.1

What’s new ?

  • Meshery Server
    • Support for wrk2 as an alternative load generator.

v0.2.4

What’s new ?

  • Mesheryctl
    • Homebrew support available for mesheryctl.
  • Meshery Server
    • Meshery adapter for Octarine released as stable.
  • Documentation
    • Revised quick start guide for Mac, Linux and Windows.
    • WSL2 support published.
    • GKE kubeconfig generation script switched to –decode.

v0.2.3

What’s new ?

  • Mesheryctl
    • Improved status command output on Windows.
  • Meshery Server
    • Ability to deploy Meshery on Istio.
    • Adapter Chips: Move adapter port number into tooltip.

v0.2.2

What’s new ?

  • Mesheryctl
    • Improved update command, no overwriting in local configuration while start command.
  • Meshery UI
    • A new modal view to organize and display performance results in a tabular format.

v0.2.1

What’s new ?

  • Mesheryctl
    • Overhaul of in-cluster vs out-of-cluster Kubernetes setup.

v0.2.0

What’s new?

  • Meshery Adapters
    • Adapter introduced for Network Service Mesh.
  • Meshery Server
    • Ability to run performance tests asynchronously.
    • Collect & persist node metrics.