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Operator pattern based deployment lifecycle management for the Application and Event monitoring workload
Refactor the ibm-cloud-appmgmt-prod helm chart to be replaced by a go-sdk operator for controlling the deployment lifecycle, administrative and operation tasks of the IBM Cloud App Management workload.
Note: Not to be confused with using a helm-t...
Vertical scaling of Application and Event monitoring stateful services
A means by which to effectively perform vertical scaling of key stateful services in the `ibm-cloud-appmgmt-prod` chart.
Today, the stateful services include PersistentVolumeClaims in their pod spec, and use helm values to configure the size of t...
Allow for additional inputs into the placement rules. For example: cost of resources within a cluster, network latency of a cluster (ex: edge vs central cloud), networking capacity between locations, cluster hardware capabilities (CPU pinning, GP...
Enhanced Visibility of Deployed Application Versions.
Update the topology, application, and/or overview screens in MCM to more effectively see what release(s) of applications are deployed to which clusters. These views should be consumable even when there are 100s of clusters and support grouping by...
When doing an application update (such as from v1.0 to v1.1) for multiple Deployables each deployed in their own cluster, the customer needs more control over how those upgrades are performed. The ability to do a canary deployment (upgrade just on...
When doing an application update (such as from v1.0 to v1.1) for a single Deployable, MCM should support Kubernetes rolling upgrades for each service in the application so that the application can be upgraded with zero downtime. Our understanding ...
Add automated provisioning of GRC compliance controllers as part of Install of Klusterlet.
Currently, compliance controllers are not installed as part of the cluster install and there is no automated way to install these controllers hence the GRC does not work out of the box and there is no notification on how to fix it.
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