April 11, 2022
New features in the 1.3.4 release of the CDP Private Cloud Management Console service.
- Terminology Changes
- The following terminology has been changed:
- "Private Cloud Experiences" is now "Private Cloud Data Services"
- "Experiences Cluster" is now "Containerized Cluster"
- "Experiences Compute Service" is now "Embedded Container Service"
- External database names, hosts, ports, usernames, and passwords are now exposed through an Environment Service configuration
- External database names, hosts, ports,
usernames and passwords are now exposed through an Environment Service
configuration called \
unifiedDbDetails. It can be fetched or updated using the
set-environment-settingcommand of the CDP Environments CLI, respectively. When these configurations are set, any new values provided will be merged with existing values, with new values taking precedence.
- When installing CDP Private Cloud Data Services, you can now select which Docker images to download
- Prior to this change, all images were downloaded, regardless of which Data Services are deployed. With this change, you can select which images to download during the installation process. See the OCP Installation documentation and ECS Installation documentation.
- Rancher Kubernetes Engine (RKE) has been updated to version 1.21.8
- Longhorn has been upgraded to version 1.2.2
- Cloudera Manager now prevents ECS Server hosts from running workloads.
- ECS Server nodes will now automatically be configured by Cloudera Manager to prevent workloads from running on them.
- ECS hosts can now be configured to reserve then for workloads that require GPU drivers
- You can configure this
in the following ways:
- During ECS installation. After adding the GPU host(s) to Cloudera Manager but prior to creation of the ECS cluster, visit the Host Configuration page, select the "Dedicated GPU Node for Data Services" checkbox and Save the configuration. Repeat for all hosts on which the taint is desired. Then, proceed with installation via the Add Cluster wizard.
- During ECS upgrade. After upgrading Cloudera Manager (if applicable), set the host configuration as described above on one or more hosts in the ECS cluster. Then, proceed with upgrade via the Upgrade Cluster wizard.
- Independently of ECS install or upgrade. Set the host configuration as described above on one or more hosts in the EC cluster. Redeploy the client configuration on the ECS cluster. Finally, run the "Reapply All Settings to Cluster" command on the ECS service, which can be found in the Service Actions menu.
- SELinux is now supported for ECS clusters.
- See Configuring a Containerized cluster with SELinux for the steps to configure SELinux.