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+---+layout: layout.pug+beta: true+navigationTitle: Kommander v1.4 Release Notes+title: Release Notes+menuWeight: 0+excerpt: View release-specific information for Kommander+enterprise: false+---++<!-- markdownlint-disable MD034 -->++**D2iQ&reg; Kommander&reg; version 1.4.0 Beta 0 was released on ?????.**++[button color="purple" href="https://support.d2iq.com/s/entitlement-based-product-downloads"]Download Konvoy[/button]++To get started with Kommander, [download](/dkp/konvoy/latest/download/) and [install](/dkp/konvoy/latest/install/) the latest version of Konvoy.++<p class="message--note"><strong>NOTE: </strong>You must be a registered user and logged on to the support portal to download this product. New customers must contact their sales representative or <a href="mailto:sales@d2iq.com">sales@d2iq.com</a> before attempting to download or install Konvoy.</p>++# Release Summary+Kommander provides a command center for all your cloud native management needs in public Information as a Service (IaaS), on-premises, and edge environments. Kommander provides a multi-tenant experience to create, secure, and configure Kubernetes clusters and cloud native workloads. Additionally, Kommander enables teams to unlock federated cost management across multiple clusters, whether they are a new Konvoy cluster or an existing 3rd party/DIY distribution installation.++# Supported Versions+| Kubernetes Support | Version |+| ------------------ | ------- |+| **Minimum**        | 1.17.0  |+| **Maximum**        | 1.19.x  |+| **Default**        | 1.19.7  |++# Breaking changes++## Docker hub rate limiting +Docker Hub announced an update to their image pull policies in August, 2020. The change results in the need to change cluster configurations to accommodate new account structures that enable image pull rate limiting.++Rate limiting happens on a per-pull basis regardless of whether the pulled image is owned by a paid user. This means D2iQ, as owner of most images used in Konvoy, does not have any influence as to whether your current address is rate-limited or not. Konvoy does not have a strict dependency on Docker Hub accounts or plans.++For more information on addressing this limit, see [Docker hub rate limits](../operations/manage-docker-hub-rate-limits).++# New Features+## Feature #1 +Customers now .++For more information, see .+## Component versions+- Addon: 1.4.0-6+- Chart: 0.13.7+- kommander-federation (yakcl): 0.7.0+- kommander-licensing (yakcl): 0.7.0+- UI: 6.70.0+- kommander-karma: 0.3.12+- kubeaddons-catalog: 0.1.15+- kommander-thanos: 0.1.16+- kubecost: 0.1.15+- grafana: 6.6.0+- karma: 0.70+- thanos: 0.10.1+- cost-analyzer: 1.70.1
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+---+layout: layout.pug+beta: true+navigationTitle: Kommander v1.4 Release Notes+title: Release Notes+menuWeight: 0+excerpt: View release-specific information for Kommander+enterprise: false+---++<!-- markdownlint-disable MD034 -->++**D2iQ&reg; Kommander&reg; version 1.4.0 Beta 0 was released on ?????.**++[button color="purple" href="https://support.d2iq.com/s/entitlement-based-product-downloads"]Download Konvoy[/button]++To get started with Kommander, [download](/dkp/konvoy/latest/download/) and [install](/dkp/konvoy/latest/install/) the latest version of Konvoy.++<p class="message--note"><strong>NOTE: </strong>You must be a registered user and logged on to the support portal to download this product. New customers must contact their sales representative or <a href="mailto:sales@d2iq.com">sales@d2iq.com</a> before attempting to download or install Konvoy.</p>++# Release Summary+Kommander provides a command center for all your cloud native management needs in public Information as a Service (IaaS), on-premises, and edge environments. Kommander provides a multi-tenant experience to create, secure, and configure Kubernetes clusters and cloud native workloads. Additionally, Kommander enables teams to unlock federated cost management across multiple clusters, whether they are a new Konvoy cluster or an existing 3rd party/DIY distribution installation.++# Supported Versions+| Kubernetes Support | Version |+| ------------------ | ------- |+| **Minimum**        | 1.17.0  |+| **Maximum**        | 1.19.x  |+| **Default**        | 1.19.7  |++# Breaking changes++## Docker hub rate limiting +Docker Hub announced an update to their image pull policies in August, 2020. The change results in the need to change cluster configurations to accommodate new account structures that enable image pull rate limiting.++Rate limiting happens on a per-pull basis regardless of whether the pulled image is owned by a paid user. This means D2iQ, as owner of most images used in Konvoy, does not have any influence as to whether your current address is rate-limited or not. Konvoy does not have a strict dependency on Docker Hub accounts or plans.++For more information on addressing this limit, see [Docker hub rate limits](../operations/manage-docker-hub-rate-limits).++# New Features+## Feature #1 +Customers now .++For more information, see .+## Component versions+- Addon: 1.4.0-6+- Chart: 0.13.7+- kommander-federation (yakcl): 0.7.0+- kommander-licensing (yakcl): 0.7.0+- UI: 6.70.0+- kommander-karma: 0.3.12+- kubeaddons-catalog: 0.1.15+- kommander-thanos: 0.1.16+- kubecost: 0.1.15+- grafana: 6.6.0+- karma: 0.70
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+---+layout: layout.pug+beta: true+navigationTitle: Kommander v1.4 Release Notes+title: Release Notes+menuWeight: 0+excerpt: View release-specific information for Kommander+enterprise: false+---++<!-- markdownlint-disable MD034 -->++**D2iQ&reg; Kommander&reg; version 1.4.0 Beta 0 was released on ?????.**++[button color="purple" href="https://support.d2iq.com/s/entitlement-based-product-downloads"]Download Konvoy[/button]++To get started with Kommander, [download](/dkp/konvoy/latest/download/) and [install](/dkp/konvoy/latest/install/) the latest version of Konvoy.++<p class="message--note"><strong>NOTE: </strong>You must be a registered user and logged on to the support portal to download this product. New customers must contact their sales representative or <a href="mailto:sales@d2iq.com">sales@d2iq.com</a> before attempting to download or install Konvoy.</p>++# Release Summary+Kommander provides a command center for all your cloud native management needs in public Information as a Service (IaaS), on-premises, and edge environments. Kommander provides a multi-tenant experience to create, secure, and configure Kubernetes clusters and cloud native workloads. Additionally, Kommander enables teams to unlock federated cost management across multiple clusters, whether they are a new Konvoy cluster or an existing 3rd party/DIY distribution installation.++# Supported Versions+| Kubernetes Support | Version |+| ------------------ | ------- |+| **Minimum**        | 1.17.0  |+| **Maximum**        | 1.19.x  |+| **Default**        | 1.19.7  |++# Breaking changes++## Docker hub rate limiting +Docker Hub announced an update to their image pull policies in August, 2020. The change results in the need to change cluster configurations to accommodate new account structures that enable image pull rate limiting.++Rate limiting happens on a per-pull basis regardless of whether the pulled image is owned by a paid user. This means D2iQ, as owner of most images used in Konvoy, does not have any influence as to whether your current address is rate-limited or not. Konvoy does not have a strict dependency on Docker Hub accounts or plans.++For more information on addressing this limit, see [Docker hub rate limits](../operations/manage-docker-hub-rate-limits).++# New Features+## Feature #1 +Customers now .++For more information, see .+## Component versions+- Addon: 1.4.0-6+- Chart: 0.13.7+- kommander-federation (yakcl): 0.7.0+- kommander-licensing (yakcl): 0.7.0+- UI: 6.70.0+- kommander-karma: 0.3.12+- kubeaddons-catalog: 0.1.15+- kommander-thanos: 0.1.16+- kubecost: 0.1.15+- grafana: 6.6.0
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+---+layout: layout.pug+beta: true+navigationTitle: Kommander v1.4 Release Notes+title: Release Notes+menuWeight: 0+excerpt: View release-specific information for Kommander+enterprise: false+---++<!-- markdownlint-disable MD034 -->++**D2iQ&reg; Kommander&reg; version 1.4.0 Beta 0 was released on ?????.**++[button color="purple" href="https://support.d2iq.com/s/entitlement-based-product-downloads"]Download Konvoy[/button]++To get started with Kommander, [download](/dkp/konvoy/latest/download/) and [install](/dkp/konvoy/latest/install/) the latest version of Konvoy.++<p class="message--note"><strong>NOTE: </strong>You must be a registered user and logged on to the support portal to download this product. New customers must contact their sales representative or <a href="mailto:sales@d2iq.com">sales@d2iq.com</a> before attempting to download or install Konvoy.</p>++# Release Summary+Kommander provides a command center for all your cloud native management needs in public Information as a Service (IaaS), on-premises, and edge environments. Kommander provides a multi-tenant experience to create, secure, and configure Kubernetes clusters and cloud native workloads. Additionally, Kommander enables teams to unlock federated cost management across multiple clusters, whether they are a new Konvoy cluster or an existing 3rd party/DIY distribution installation.++# Supported Versions+| Kubernetes Support | Version |+| ------------------ | ------- |+| **Minimum**        | 1.17.0  |+| **Maximum**        | 1.19.x  |+| **Default**        | 1.19.7  |++# Breaking changes++## Docker hub rate limiting +Docker Hub announced an update to their image pull policies in August, 2020. The change results in the need to change cluster configurations to accommodate new account structures that enable image pull rate limiting.++Rate limiting happens on a per-pull basis regardless of whether the pulled image is owned by a paid user. This means D2iQ, as owner of most images used in Konvoy, does not have any influence as to whether your current address is rate-limited or not. Konvoy does not have a strict dependency on Docker Hub accounts or plans.++For more information on addressing this limit, see [Docker hub rate limits](../operations/manage-docker-hub-rate-limits).++# New Features+## Feature #1 +Customers now .++For more information, see .+## Component versions+- Addon: 1.4.0-6+- Chart: 0.13.7+- kommander-federation (yakcl): 0.7.0+- kommander-licensing (yakcl): 0.7.0+- UI: 6.70.0+- kommander-karma: 0.3.12+- kubeaddons-catalog: 0.1.15+- kommander-thanos: 0.1.16+- kubecost: 0.1.15
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+---+layout: layout.pug+beta: true+navigationTitle: Kommander v1.4 Release Notes+title: Release Notes+menuWeight: 0+excerpt: View release-specific information for Kommander+enterprise: false+---++<!-- markdownlint-disable MD034 -->++**D2iQ&reg; Kommander&reg; version 1.4.0 Beta 0 was released on ?????.**++[button color="purple" href="https://support.d2iq.com/s/entitlement-based-product-downloads"]Download Konvoy[/button]++To get started with Kommander, [download](/dkp/konvoy/latest/download/) and [install](/dkp/konvoy/latest/install/) the latest version of Konvoy.++<p class="message--note"><strong>NOTE: </strong>You must be a registered user and logged on to the support portal to download this product. New customers must contact their sales representative or <a href="mailto:sales@d2iq.com">sales@d2iq.com</a> before attempting to download or install Konvoy.</p>++# Release Summary+Kommander provides a command center for all your cloud native management needs in public Information as a Service (IaaS), on-premises, and edge environments. Kommander provides a multi-tenant experience to create, secure, and configure Kubernetes clusters and cloud native workloads. Additionally, Kommander enables teams to unlock federated cost management across multiple clusters, whether they are a new Konvoy cluster or an existing 3rd party/DIY distribution installation.++# Supported Versions+| Kubernetes Support | Version |+| ------------------ | ------- |+| **Minimum**        | 1.17.0  |+| **Maximum**        | 1.19.x  |+| **Default**        | 1.19.7  |++# Breaking changes++## Docker hub rate limiting +Docker Hub announced an update to their image pull policies in August, 2020. The change results in the need to change cluster configurations to accommodate new account structures that enable image pull rate limiting.++Rate limiting happens on a per-pull basis regardless of whether the pulled image is owned by a paid user. This means D2iQ, as owner of most images used in Konvoy, does not have any influence as to whether your current address is rate-limited or not. Konvoy does not have a strict dependency on Docker Hub accounts or plans.++For more information on addressing this limit, see [Docker hub rate limits](../operations/manage-docker-hub-rate-limits).++# New Features+## Feature #1 +Customers now .++For more information, see .+## Component versions+- Addon: 1.4.0-6+- Chart: 0.13.7+- kommander-federation (yakcl): 0.7.0+- kommander-licensing (yakcl): 0.7.0+- UI: 6.70.0+- kommander-karma: 0.3.12+- kubeaddons-catalog: 0.1.15+- kommander-thanos: 0.1.16
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+---+layout: layout.pug+beta: true+navigationTitle: Kommander v1.4 Release Notes+title: Release Notes+menuWeight: 0+excerpt: View release-specific information for Kommander+enterprise: false+---++<!-- markdownlint-disable MD034 -->++**D2iQ&reg; Kommander&reg; version 1.4.0 Beta 0 was released on ?????.**++[button color="purple" href="https://support.d2iq.com/s/entitlement-based-product-downloads"]Download Konvoy[/button]++To get started with Kommander, [download](/dkp/konvoy/latest/download/) and [install](/dkp/konvoy/latest/install/) the latest version of Konvoy.++<p class="message--note"><strong>NOTE: </strong>You must be a registered user and logged on to the support portal to download this product. New customers must contact their sales representative or <a href="mailto:sales@d2iq.com">sales@d2iq.com</a> before attempting to download or install Konvoy.</p>++# Release Summary+Kommander provides a command center for all your cloud native management needs in public Information as a Service (IaaS), on-premises, and edge environments. Kommander provides a multi-tenant experience to create, secure, and configure Kubernetes clusters and cloud native workloads. Additionally, Kommander enables teams to unlock federated cost management across multiple clusters, whether they are a new Konvoy cluster or an existing 3rd party/DIY distribution installation.++# Supported Versions+| Kubernetes Support | Version |+| ------------------ | ------- |+| **Minimum**        | 1.17.0  |+| **Maximum**        | 1.19.x  |+| **Default**        | 1.19.7  |++# Breaking changes++## Docker hub rate limiting +Docker Hub announced an update to their image pull policies in August, 2020. The change results in the need to change cluster configurations to accommodate new account structures that enable image pull rate limiting.++Rate limiting happens on a per-pull basis regardless of whether the pulled image is owned by a paid user. This means D2iQ, as owner of most images used in Konvoy, does not have any influence as to whether your current address is rate-limited or not. Konvoy does not have a strict dependency on Docker Hub accounts or plans.++For more information on addressing this limit, see [Docker hub rate limits](../operations/manage-docker-hub-rate-limits).++# New Features+## Feature #1 +Customers now .++For more information, see .+## Component versions+- Addon: 1.4.0-6+- Chart: 0.13.7+- kommander-federation (yakcl): 0.7.0+- kommander-licensing (yakcl): 0.7.0+- UI: 6.70.0+- kommander-karma: 0.3.12+- kubeaddons-catalog: 0.1.15
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+---+layout: layout.pug+beta: true+navigationTitle: Kommander v1.4 Release Notes+title: Release Notes+menuWeight: 0+excerpt: View release-specific information for Kommander+enterprise: false+---++<!-- markdownlint-disable MD034 -->++**D2iQ&reg; Kommander&reg; version 1.4.0 Beta 0 was released on ?????.**++[button color="purple" href="https://support.d2iq.com/s/entitlement-based-product-downloads"]Download Konvoy[/button]++To get started with Kommander, [download](/dkp/konvoy/latest/download/) and [install](/dkp/konvoy/latest/install/) the latest version of Konvoy.++<p class="message--note"><strong>NOTE: </strong>You must be a registered user and logged on to the support portal to download this product. New customers must contact their sales representative or <a href="mailto:sales@d2iq.com">sales@d2iq.com</a> before attempting to download or install Konvoy.</p>++# Release Summary+Kommander provides a command center for all your cloud native management needs in public Information as a Service (IaaS), on-premises, and edge environments. Kommander provides a multi-tenant experience to create, secure, and configure Kubernetes clusters and cloud native workloads. Additionally, Kommander enables teams to unlock federated cost management across multiple clusters, whether they are a new Konvoy cluster or an existing 3rd party/DIY distribution installation.++# Supported Versions+| Kubernetes Support | Version |+| ------------------ | ------- |+| **Minimum**        | 1.17.0  |+| **Maximum**        | 1.19.x  |+| **Default**        | 1.19.7  |++# Breaking changes++## Docker hub rate limiting +Docker Hub announced an update to their image pull policies in August, 2020. The change results in the need to change cluster configurations to accommodate new account structures that enable image pull rate limiting.++Rate limiting happens on a per-pull basis regardless of whether the pulled image is owned by a paid user. This means D2iQ, as owner of most images used in Konvoy, does not have any influence as to whether your current address is rate-limited or not. Konvoy does not have a strict dependency on Docker Hub accounts or plans.++For more information on addressing this limit, see [Docker hub rate limits](../operations/manage-docker-hub-rate-limits).++# New Features+## Feature #1 +Customers now .++For more information, see .+## Component versions+- Addon: 1.4.0-6+- Chart: 0.13.7+- kommander-federation (yakcl): 0.7.0+- kommander-licensing (yakcl): 0.7.0+- UI: 6.70.0+- kommander-karma: 0.3.12
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+---+layout: layout.pug+beta: true+navigationTitle: Kommander v1.4 Release Notes+title: Release Notes+menuWeight: 0+excerpt: View release-specific information for Kommander+enterprise: false+---++<!-- markdownlint-disable MD034 -->++**D2iQ&reg; Kommander&reg; version 1.4.0 Beta 0 was released on ?????.**++[button color="purple" href="https://support.d2iq.com/s/entitlement-based-product-downloads"]Download Konvoy[/button]++To get started with Kommander, [download](/dkp/konvoy/latest/download/) and [install](/dkp/konvoy/latest/install/) the latest version of Konvoy.++<p class="message--note"><strong>NOTE: </strong>You must be a registered user and logged on to the support portal to download this product. New customers must contact their sales representative or <a href="mailto:sales@d2iq.com">sales@d2iq.com</a> before attempting to download or install Konvoy.</p>++# Release Summary+Kommander provides a command center for all your cloud native management needs in public Information as a Service (IaaS), on-premises, and edge environments. Kommander provides a multi-tenant experience to create, secure, and configure Kubernetes clusters and cloud native workloads. Additionally, Kommander enables teams to unlock federated cost management across multiple clusters, whether they are a new Konvoy cluster or an existing 3rd party/DIY distribution installation.++# Supported Versions+| Kubernetes Support | Version |+| ------------------ | ------- |+| **Minimum**        | 1.17.0  |+| **Maximum**        | 1.19.x  |+| **Default**        | 1.19.7  |++# Breaking changes++## Docker hub rate limiting +Docker Hub announced an update to their image pull policies in August, 2020. The change results in the need to change cluster configurations to accommodate new account structures that enable image pull rate limiting.++Rate limiting happens on a per-pull basis regardless of whether the pulled image is owned by a paid user. This means D2iQ, as owner of most images used in Konvoy, does not have any influence as to whether your current address is rate-limited or not. Konvoy does not have a strict dependency on Docker Hub accounts or plans.++For more information on addressing this limit, see [Docker hub rate limits](../operations/manage-docker-hub-rate-limits).++# New Features+## Feature #1 +Customers now .++For more information, see .+## Component versions+- Addon: 1.4.0-6+- Chart: 0.13.7+- kommander-federation (yakcl): 0.7.0+- kommander-licensing (yakcl): 0.7.0+- UI: 6.70.0
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+---+layout: layout.pug+beta: true+navigationTitle: Kommander v1.4 Release Notes+title: Release Notes+menuWeight: 0+excerpt: View release-specific information for Kommander+enterprise: false+---++<!-- markdownlint-disable MD034 -->++**D2iQ&reg; Kommander&reg; version 1.4.0 Beta 0 was released on ?????.**++[button color="purple" href="https://support.d2iq.com/s/entitlement-based-product-downloads"]Download Konvoy[/button]++To get started with Kommander, [download](/dkp/konvoy/latest/download/) and [install](/dkp/konvoy/latest/install/) the latest version of Konvoy.++<p class="message--note"><strong>NOTE: </strong>You must be a registered user and logged on to the support portal to download this product. New customers must contact their sales representative or <a href="mailto:sales@d2iq.com">sales@d2iq.com</a> before attempting to download or install Konvoy.</p>++# Release Summary+Kommander provides a command center for all your cloud native management needs in public Information as a Service (IaaS), on-premises, and edge environments. Kommander provides a multi-tenant experience to create, secure, and configure Kubernetes clusters and cloud native workloads. Additionally, Kommander enables teams to unlock federated cost management across multiple clusters, whether they are a new Konvoy cluster or an existing 3rd party/DIY distribution installation.++# Supported Versions+| Kubernetes Support | Version |+| ------------------ | ------- |+| **Minimum**        | 1.17.0  |+| **Maximum**        | 1.19.x  |+| **Default**        | 1.19.7  |++# Breaking changes++## Docker hub rate limiting +Docker Hub announced an update to their image pull policies in August, 2020. The change results in the need to change cluster configurations to accommodate new account structures that enable image pull rate limiting.++Rate limiting happens on a per-pull basis regardless of whether the pulled image is owned by a paid user. This means D2iQ, as owner of most images used in Konvoy, does not have any influence as to whether your current address is rate-limited or not. Konvoy does not have a strict dependency on Docker Hub accounts or plans.++For more information on addressing this limit, see [Docker hub rate limits](../operations/manage-docker-hub-rate-limits).++# New Features+## Feature #1 +Customers now .++For more information, see .+## Component versions+- Addon: 1.4.0-6+- Chart: 0.13.7+- kommander-federation (yakcl): 0.7.0+- kommander-licensing (yakcl): 0.7.0
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+---+layout: layout.pug+beta: true+navigationTitle: Kommander v1.4 Release Notes+title: Release Notes+menuWeight: 0+excerpt: View release-specific information for Kommander+enterprise: false+---++<!-- markdownlint-disable MD034 -->++**D2iQ&reg; Kommander&reg; version 1.4.0 Beta 0 was released on ?????.**++[button color="purple" href="https://support.d2iq.com/s/entitlement-based-product-downloads"]Download Konvoy[/button]++To get started with Kommander, [download](/dkp/konvoy/latest/download/) and [install](/dkp/konvoy/latest/install/) the latest version of Konvoy.++<p class="message--note"><strong>NOTE: </strong>You must be a registered user and logged on to the support portal to download this product. New customers must contact their sales representative or <a href="mailto:sales@d2iq.com">sales@d2iq.com</a> before attempting to download or install Konvoy.</p>++# Release Summary+Kommander provides a command center for all your cloud native management needs in public Information as a Service (IaaS), on-premises, and edge environments. Kommander provides a multi-tenant experience to create, secure, and configure Kubernetes clusters and cloud native workloads. Additionally, Kommander enables teams to unlock federated cost management across multiple clusters, whether they are a new Konvoy cluster or an existing 3rd party/DIY distribution installation.++# Supported Versions+| Kubernetes Support | Version |+| ------------------ | ------- |+| **Minimum**        | 1.17.0  |+| **Maximum**        | 1.19.x  |+| **Default**        | 1.19.7  |++# Breaking changes++## Docker hub rate limiting +Docker Hub announced an update to their image pull policies in August, 2020. The change results in the need to change cluster configurations to accommodate new account structures that enable image pull rate limiting.++Rate limiting happens on a per-pull basis regardless of whether the pulled image is owned by a paid user. This means D2iQ, as owner of most images used in Konvoy, does not have any influence as to whether your current address is rate-limited or not. Konvoy does not have a strict dependency on Docker Hub accounts or plans.++For more information on addressing this limit, see [Docker hub rate limits](../operations/manage-docker-hub-rate-limits).++# New Features+## Feature #1 +Customers now .++For more information, see .+## Component versions+- Addon: 1.4.0-6+- Chart: 0.13.7+- kommander-federation (yakcl): 0.7.0
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+---+layout: layout.pug+beta: true+navigationTitle: Kommander v1.4 Release Notes+title: Release Notes+menuWeight: 0+excerpt: View release-specific information for Kommander+enterprise: false+---++<!-- markdownlint-disable MD034 -->++**D2iQ&reg; Kommander&reg; version 1.4.0 Beta 0 was released on ?????.**++[button color="purple" href="https://support.d2iq.com/s/entitlement-based-product-downloads"]Download Konvoy[/button]++To get started with Kommander, [download](/dkp/konvoy/latest/download/) and [install](/dkp/konvoy/latest/install/) the latest version of Konvoy.++<p class="message--note"><strong>NOTE: </strong>You must be a registered user and logged on to the support portal to download this product. New customers must contact their sales representative or <a href="mailto:sales@d2iq.com">sales@d2iq.com</a> before attempting to download or install Konvoy.</p>++# Release Summary+Kommander provides a command center for all your cloud native management needs in public Information as a Service (IaaS), on-premises, and edge environments. Kommander provides a multi-tenant experience to create, secure, and configure Kubernetes clusters and cloud native workloads. Additionally, Kommander enables teams to unlock federated cost management across multiple clusters, whether they are a new Konvoy cluster or an existing 3rd party/DIY distribution installation.++# Supported Versions+| Kubernetes Support | Version |+| ------------------ | ------- |+| **Minimum**        | 1.17.0  |+| **Maximum**        | 1.19.x  |+| **Default**        | 1.19.7  |++# Breaking changes++## Docker hub rate limiting +Docker Hub announced an update to their image pull policies in August, 2020. The change results in the need to change cluster configurations to accommodate new account structures that enable image pull rate limiting.++Rate limiting happens on a per-pull basis regardless of whether the pulled image is owned by a paid user. This means D2iQ, as owner of most images used in Konvoy, does not have any influence as to whether your current address is rate-limited or not. Konvoy does not have a strict dependency on Docker Hub accounts or plans.++For more information on addressing this limit, see [Docker hub rate limits](../operations/manage-docker-hub-rate-limits).++# New Features+## Feature #1 +Customers now .++For more information, see .+## Component versions+- Addon: 1.4.0-6+- Chart: 0.13.7
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+---+layout: layout.pug+beta: true+navigationTitle: Kommander v1.4 Release Notes+title: Release Notes+menuWeight: 0+excerpt: View release-specific information for Kommander+enterprise: false+---++<!-- markdownlint-disable MD034 -->++**D2iQ&reg; Kommander&reg; version 1.4.0 Beta 0 was released on ?????.**++[button color="purple" href="https://support.d2iq.com/s/entitlement-based-product-downloads"]Download Konvoy[/button]++To get started with Kommander, [download](/dkp/konvoy/latest/download/) and [install](/dkp/konvoy/latest/install/) the latest version of Konvoy.++<p class="message--note"><strong>NOTE: </strong>You must be a registered user and logged on to the support portal to download this product. New customers must contact their sales representative or <a href="mailto:sales@d2iq.com">sales@d2iq.com</a> before attempting to download or install Konvoy.</p>++# Release Summary+Kommander provides a command center for all your cloud native management needs in public Information as a Service (IaaS), on-premises, and edge environments. Kommander provides a multi-tenant experience to create, secure, and configure Kubernetes clusters and cloud native workloads. Additionally, Kommander enables teams to unlock federated cost management across multiple clusters, whether they are a new Konvoy cluster or an existing 3rd party/DIY distribution installation.++# Supported Versions+| Kubernetes Support | Version |+| ------------------ | ------- |+| **Minimum**        | 1.17.0  |+| **Maximum**        | 1.19.x  |+| **Default**        | 1.19.7  |++# Breaking changes++## Docker hub rate limiting +Docker Hub announced an update to their image pull policies in August, 2020. The change results in the need to change cluster configurations to accommodate new account structures that enable image pull rate limiting.++Rate limiting happens on a per-pull basis regardless of whether the pulled image is owned by a paid user. This means D2iQ, as owner of most images used in Konvoy, does not have any influence as to whether your current address is rate-limited or not. Konvoy does not have a strict dependency on Docker Hub accounts or plans.++For more information on addressing this limit, see [Docker hub rate limits](../operations/manage-docker-hub-rate-limits).++# New Features+## Feature #1 +Customers now .++For more information, see .+## Component versions+- Addon: 1.4.0-6
- Addon: 1.4.0-1
- Chart: 0.16.1
- kommander-federation (yakcl): 0.9.0
- kommander-licensing (yakcl): 0.9.0
- UI: 6.88.0
- kommander-karma: 0.3.12
- kubeaddons-catalog: 0.1.15
- kommander-thanos: 0.1.16
- kubecost: 0.5.4
- grafana: 6.6.0
- karma: 0.70
- thanos: 0.10.1
- cost-analyzer: 1.71.1
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+---+layout: layout.pug+beta: true+navigationTitle: Kommander v1.4 Release Notes+title: Release Notes+menuWeight: 0+excerpt: View release-specific information for Kommander+enterprise: false+---++<!-- markdownlint-disable MD034 -->++**D2iQ&reg; Kommander&reg; version 1.4.0 Beta 0 was released on ?????.**++[button color="purple" href="https://support.d2iq.com/s/entitlement-based-product-downloads"]Download Konvoy[/button]++To get started with Kommander, [download](/dkp/konvoy/latest/download/) and [install](/dkp/konvoy/latest/install/) the latest version of Konvoy.++<p class="message--note"><strong>NOTE: </strong>You must be a registered user and logged on to the support portal to download this product. New customers must contact their sales representative or <a href="mailto:sales@d2iq.com">sales@d2iq.com</a> before attempting to download or install Konvoy.</p>++# Release Summary+Kommander provides a command center for all your cloud native management needs in public Information as a Service (IaaS), on-premises, and edge environments. Kommander provides a multi-tenant experience to create, secure, and configure Kubernetes clusters and cloud native workloads. Additionally, Kommander enables teams to unlock federated cost management across multiple clusters, whether they are a new Konvoy cluster or an existing 3rd party/DIY distribution installation.++# Supported Versions+| Kubernetes Support | Version |+| ------------------ | ------- |+| **Minimum**        | 1.17.0  |+| **Maximum**        | 1.19.x  |+| **Default**        | 1.19.7  |
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+---+layout: layout.pug+beta: true+navigationTitle: Kommander v1.4 Release Notes+title: Release Notes+menuWeight: 0+excerpt: View release-specific information for Kommander+enterprise: false+---++<!-- markdownlint-disable MD034 -->++**D2iQ&reg; Kommander&reg; version 1.4.0 Beta 0 was released on ?????.**++[button color="purple" href="https://support.d2iq.com/s/entitlement-based-product-downloads"]Download Konvoy[/button]++To get started with Kommander, [download](/dkp/konvoy/latest/download/) and [install](/dkp/konvoy/latest/install/) the latest version of Konvoy.++<p class="message--note"><strong>NOTE: </strong>You must be a registered user and logged on to the support portal to download this product. New customers must contact their sales representative or <a href="mailto:sales@d2iq.com">sales@d2iq.com</a> before attempting to download or install Konvoy.</p>++# Release Summary+Kommander provides a command center for all your cloud native management needs in public Information as a Service (IaaS), on-premises, and edge environments. Kommander provides a multi-tenant experience to create, secure, and configure Kubernetes clusters and cloud native workloads. Additionally, Kommander enables teams to unlock federated cost management across multiple clusters, whether they are a new Konvoy cluster or an existing 3rd party/DIY distribution installation.++# Supported Versions+| Kubernetes Support | Version |+| ------------------ | ------- |+| **Minimum**        | 1.17.0  |+| **Maximum**        | 1.19.x  |
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+---+layout: layout.pug+beta: true+navigationTitle: Kommander v1.4 Release Notes+title: Release Notes+menuWeight: 0+excerpt: View release-specific information for Kommander+enterprise: false+---++<!-- markdownlint-disable MD034 -->++**D2iQ&reg; Kommander&reg; version 1.4.0 Beta 0 was released on ?????.**++[button color="purple" href="https://support.d2iq.com/s/entitlement-based-product-downloads"]Download Konvoy[/button]++To get started with Kommander, [download](/dkp/konvoy/latest/download/) and [install](/dkp/konvoy/latest/install/) the latest version of Konvoy.++<p class="message--note"><strong>NOTE: </strong>You must be a registered user and logged on to the support portal to download this product. New customers must contact their sales representative or <a href="mailto:sales@d2iq.com">sales@d2iq.com</a> before attempting to download or install Konvoy.</p>++# Release Summary+Kommander provides a command center for all your cloud native management needs in public Information as a Service (IaaS), on-premises, and edge environments. Kommander provides a multi-tenant experience to create, secure, and configure Kubernetes clusters and cloud native workloads. Additionally, Kommander enables teams to unlock federated cost management across multiple clusters, whether they are a new Konvoy cluster or an existing 3rd party/DIY distribution installation.++# Supported Versions+| Kubernetes Support | Version |+| ------------------ | ------- |+| **Minimum**        | 1.17.0  |
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+---+layout: layout.pug+beta: true+navigationTitle: Kommander v1.4 Release Notes+title: Release Notes+menuWeight: 0+excerpt: View release-specific information for Kommander+enterprise: false+---++<!-- markdownlint-disable MD034 -->++**D2iQ&reg; Kommander&reg; version 1.4.0 Beta 0 was released on ?????.**++[button color="purple" href="https://support.d2iq.com/s/entitlement-based-product-downloads"]Download Konvoy[/button]++To get started with Kommander, [download](/dkp/konvoy/latest/download/) and [install](/dkp/konvoy/latest/install/) the latest version of Konvoy.++<p class="message--note"><strong>NOTE: </strong>You must be a registered user and logged on to the support portal to download this product. New customers must contact their sales representative or <a href="mailto:sales@d2iq.com">sales@d2iq.com</a> before attempting to download or install Konvoy.</p>++# Release Summary+Kommander provides a command center for all your cloud native management needs in public Information as a Service (IaaS), on-premises, and edge environments. Kommander provides a multi-tenant experience to create, secure, and configure Kubernetes clusters and cloud native workloads. Additionally, Kommander enables teams to unlock federated cost management across multiple clusters, whether they are a new Konvoy cluster or an existing 3rd party/DIY distribution installation.++# Supported Versions+| Kubernetes Support | Version |
Kubernetes Support | Version
-- | --
Minimum | 1.18.0
Maximum | 1.20.x
Default | 1.20.2


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+---+layout: layout.pug+beta: true+navigationTitle: Kommander v1.4 Release Notes+title: Release Notes+menuWeight: 0+excerpt: View release-specific information for Kommander+enterprise: false+---++<!-- markdownlint-disable MD034 -->++**D2iQ&reg; Kommander&reg; version 1.4.0 Beta 0 was released on ?????.**++[button color="purple" href="https://support.d2iq.com/s/entitlement-based-product-downloads"]Download Konvoy[/button]++To get started with Kommander, [download](/dkp/konvoy/latest/download/) and [install](/dkp/konvoy/latest/install/) the latest version of Konvoy.++<p class="message--note"><strong>NOTE: </strong>You must be a registered user and logged on to the support portal to download this product. New customers must contact their sales representative or <a href="mailto:sales@d2iq.com">sales@d2iq.com</a> before attempting to download or install Konvoy.</p>++# Release Summary+Kommander provides a command center for all your cloud native management needs in public Information as a Service (IaaS), on-premises, and edge environments. Kommander provides a multi-tenant experience to create, secure, and configure Kubernetes clusters and cloud native workloads. Additionally, Kommander enables teams to unlock federated cost management across multiple clusters, whether they are a new Konvoy cluster or an existing 3rd party/DIY distribution installation.++# Supported Versions+| Kubernetes Support | Version |+| ------------------ | ------- |+| **Minimum**        | 1.17.0  |+| **Maximum**        | 1.19.x  |+| **Default**        | 1.19.7  |++# Breaking changes++## Docker hub rate limiting +Docker Hub announced an update to their image pull policies in August, 2020. The change results in the need to change cluster configurations to accommodate new account structures that enable image pull rate limiting.++Rate limiting happens on a per-pull basis regardless of whether the pulled image is owned by a paid user. This means D2iQ, as owner of most images used in Konvoy, does not have any influence as to whether your current address is rate-limited or not. Konvoy does not have a strict dependency on Docker Hub accounts or plans.++For more information on addressing this limit, see [Docker hub rate limits](../operations/manage-docker-hub-rate-limits).++# New Features+## Feature #1 +Customers now .++For more information, see .+## Component versions

Are these the latest version numbers?

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+---+layout: layout.pug+beta: true+navigationTitle: Kommander v1.4 Release Notes+title: Release Notes+menuWeight: 0+excerpt: View release-specific information for Kommander+enterprise: false+---++<!-- markdownlint-disable MD034 -->++**D2iQ&reg; Kommander&reg; version 1.4.0 Beta 0 was released on ?????.**++[button color="purple" href="https://support.d2iq.com/s/entitlement-based-product-downloads"]Download Konvoy[/button]++To get started with Kommander, [download](/dkp/konvoy/latest/download/) and [install](/dkp/konvoy/latest/install/) the latest version of Konvoy.++<p class="message--note"><strong>NOTE: </strong>You must be a registered user and logged on to the support portal to download this product. New customers must contact their sales representative or <a href="mailto:sales@d2iq.com">sales@d2iq.com</a> before attempting to download or install Konvoy.</p>++# Release Summary+Kommander provides a command center for all your cloud native management needs in public Information as a Service (IaaS), on-premises, and edge environments. Kommander provides a multi-tenant experience to create, secure, and configure Kubernetes clusters and cloud native workloads. Additionally, Kommander enables teams to unlock federated cost management across multiple clusters, whether they are a new Konvoy cluster or an existing 3rd party/DIY distribution installation.++# Supported Versions+| Kubernetes Support | Version |+| ------------------ | ------- |+| **Minimum**        | 1.17.0  |+| **Maximum**        | 1.19.x  |+| **Default**        | 1.19.7  |++# Breaking changes++## Docker hub rate limiting +Docker Hub announced an update to their image pull policies in August, 2020. The change results in the need to change cluster configurations to accommodate new account structures that enable image pull rate limiting.++Rate limiting happens on a per-pull basis regardless of whether the pulled image is owned by a paid user. This means D2iQ, as owner of most images used in Konvoy, does not have any influence as to whether your current address is rate-limited or not. Konvoy does not have a strict dependency on Docker Hub accounts or plans.++For more information on addressing this limit, see [Docker hub rate limits](../operations/manage-docker-hub-rate-limits).++# New Features+## Feature #1 +Customers now .

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+---+layout: layout.pug+beta: true+navigationTitle: Kommander v1.4 Release Notes+title: Release Notes+menuWeight: 0+excerpt: View release-specific information for Kommander+enterprise: false+---++<!-- markdownlint-disable MD034 -->++**D2iQ&reg; Kommander&reg; version 1.4.0 Beta 0 was released on ?????.**
**D2iQ&reg; Kommander&reg; version 1.4.0 Beta 0 was released on March 10, 2021.**
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+---+layout: layout.pug+beta: true+navigationTitle: Kommander v1.4 Release Notes+title: Release Notes+menuWeight: 0+excerpt: View release-specific information for Kommander+enterprise: false+---++<!-- markdownlint-disable MD034 -->++**D2iQ&reg; Kommander&reg; version 1.4.0 Beta 0 was released on ?????.**++[button color="purple" href="https://support.d2iq.com/s/entitlement-based-product-downloads"]Download Konvoy[/button]++To get started with Kommander, [download](/dkp/konvoy/latest/download/) and [install](/dkp/konvoy/latest/install/) the latest version of Konvoy.++<p class="message--note"><strong>NOTE: </strong>You must be a registered user and logged on to the support portal to download this product. New customers must contact their sales representative or <a href="mailto:sales@d2iq.com">sales@d2iq.com</a> before attempting to download or install Konvoy.</p>++# Release Summary+Kommander provides a command center for all your cloud native management needs in public Information as a Service (IaaS), on-premises, and edge environments. Kommander provides a multi-tenant experience to create, secure, and configure Kubernetes clusters and cloud native workloads. Additionally, Kommander enables teams to unlock federated cost management across multiple clusters, whether they are a new Konvoy cluster or an existing 3rd party/DIY distribution installation.++# Supported Versions+| Kubernetes Support | Version |+| ------------------ | ------- |+| **Minimum**        | 1.17.0  |+| **Maximum**        | 1.19.x  |+| **Default**        | 1.19.7  |++# Breaking changes++## Docker hub rate limiting +Docker Hub announced an update to their image pull policies in August, 2020. The change results in the need to change cluster configurations to accommodate new account structures that enable image pull rate limiting.++Rate limiting happens on a per-pull basis regardless of whether the pulled image is owned by a paid user. This means D2iQ, as owner of most images used in Konvoy, does not have any influence as to whether your current address is rate-limited or not. Konvoy does not have a strict dependency on Docker Hub accounts or plans.++For more information on addressing this limit, see [Docker hub rate limits](../operations/manage-docker-hub-rate-limits).++# New Features+## Feature #1 +Customers now .++For more information, see .

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+---+layout: layout.pug+beta: true+navigationTitle: Kommander v1.4 Release Notes+title: Release Notes+menuWeight: 0+excerpt: View release-specific information for Kommander+enterprise: false+---++<!-- markdownlint-disable MD034 -->++**D2iQ&reg; Kommander&reg; version 1.4.0 Beta 0 was released on ?????.**++[button color="purple" href="https://support.d2iq.com/s/entitlement-based-product-downloads"]Download Konvoy[/button]++To get started with Kommander, [download](/dkp/konvoy/latest/download/) and [install](/dkp/konvoy/latest/install/) the latest version of Konvoy.++<p class="message--note"><strong>NOTE: </strong>You must be a registered user and logged on to the support portal to download this product. New customers must contact their sales representative or <a href="mailto:sales@d2iq.com">sales@d2iq.com</a> before attempting to download or install Konvoy.</p>++# Release Summary+Kommander provides a command center for all your cloud native management needs in public Information as a Service (IaaS), on-premises, and edge environments. Kommander provides a multi-tenant experience to create, secure, and configure Kubernetes clusters and cloud native workloads. Additionally, Kommander enables teams to unlock federated cost management across multiple clusters, whether they are a new Konvoy cluster or an existing 3rd party/DIY distribution installation.++# Supported Versions+| Kubernetes Support | Version |+| ------------------ | ------- |+| **Minimum**        | 1.17.0  |+| **Maximum**        | 1.19.x  |

Should this be the maximum? 1.19.x?

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+---+layout: layout.pug+navigationTitle: Centralized Monitoring+title: Centralized Monitoring+menuWeight: 7+beta: true+excerpt: Monitor clusters, created with Kommander, on any connected cluster+---++Kommander provides centralized monitoring, in a multi-cluster environment, using the monitoring stack running on any managed clusters. Centralized monitoring is provided by default in every Kommander cluster.++<p class="message--note"><strong>NOTE: </strong>Centralized monitoring is available and supported for Konvoy and non-Konvoy clusters.</p>++Managed clusters are distinguished by a monitoring ID.+The monitoring ID corresponds to the kube-system namespace UID of the cluster.+To find a cluster's monitoring ID, you can go to the Clusters tab on the Kommander UI (in the relevant workspace):++```+https://<CLUSTER_URL>/ops/portal/kommander/ui/#/clusters+```++Click on the `View Details` link on the managed cluster card, and the monitoring ID can be found under `Monitoring ID (clusterId)`.++You may also search or filter by monitoring IDs on the Clusters page, linked above.++Alternatively, you can run this kubectl command, **using the correct cluster's context or kubeconfig**, to look up the cluster's kube-system namespace UID to determine which cluster the metrics and alerts correspond to:
You can also run this kubectl command, **using the correct cluster's context or kubeconfig**, to look up the cluster's kube-system namespace UID to determine which cluster the metrics and alerts correspond to:
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+---+layout: layout.pug+navigationTitle: Centralized Monitoring+title: Centralized Monitoring+menuWeight: 7+beta: true+excerpt: Monitor clusters, created with Kommander, on any connected cluster+---++Kommander provides centralized monitoring, in a multi-cluster environment, using the monitoring stack running on any managed clusters. Centralized monitoring is provided by default in every Kommander cluster.++<p class="message--note"><strong>NOTE: </strong>Centralized monitoring is available and supported for Konvoy and non-Konvoy clusters.</p>++Managed clusters are distinguished by a monitoring ID.+The monitoring ID corresponds to the kube-system namespace UID of the cluster.+To find a cluster's monitoring ID, you can go to the Clusters tab on the Kommander UI (in the relevant workspace):++```+https://<CLUSTER_URL>/ops/portal/kommander/ui/#/clusters+```++Click on the `View Details` link on the managed cluster card, and the monitoring ID can be found under `Monitoring ID (clusterId)`.++You may also search or filter by monitoring IDs on the Clusters page, linked above.++Alternatively, you can run this kubectl command, **using the correct cluster's context or kubeconfig**, to look up the cluster's kube-system namespace UID to determine which cluster the metrics and alerts correspond to:++```bash+$ kubectl get namespace kube-system -o jsonpath='{.metadata.uid}'+```++## Centralized Metrics++The Kommander cluster collects and presents metrics from all managed clusters remotely using Thanos.+You can visualize these metrics in Grafana using a set of provided dashboards.++The [Thanos Query][thanos_query] component is installed on the Kommander cluster.+Thanos Query queries the Prometheus instances, running on the managed clusters, using a Thanos sidecar running alongside each Prometheus container.+Grafana is configured with Thanos Query as its datasource, and comes with a pre-installed dashboard for a global view of all managed clusters, named `Kubernetes / Compute Resources / Cluster [Global]`.+The `Thanos Query` dashboard is also installed, by default, to monitor the Thanos Query component.++<p class="message--note"><strong>NOTE: </strong>Metrics from clusters are read remotely from Kommander; they are not backed up.+If a managed cluster goes down, Kommander no longer collects or presents its metrics, including past data.</p>++You can access the centralized Grafana UI at:++```+https://<CLUSTER_URL>/ops/portal/kommander/monitoring/grafana+```++<p class="message--note"><strong>NOTE: </strong>This is a separate Grafana instance than the one installed on all Konvoy clusters. It is dedicated specifically to components related to centralized monitoring.</p>++Optionally, if you want to access the Thanos Query UI (essentially the Prometheus UI), the UI is exposed at:
Optionally, if you want to access the Thanos Query UI (essentially the Prometheus UI), the UI is accessible at:
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+---+layout: layout.pug+navigationTitle: Centralized Cost Monitoring+title: Centralized Cost Monitoring+menuWeight: 7+beta: true+excerpt: Monitoring costs of all managed clusters with Kubecost+---++[Kubecost][kubecost_website], running on Kommander, provides centralized cost monitoring for all managed clusters.+This feature, installed by default in every Kommander cluster, provides a centralized view of Kubernetes resources used on all managed clusters.+By default, up to 15 days of cost metrics are retained, with no backup to an external store.++## Centralized Costs++The Kommander cluster collects cost metrics remotely, using Thanos, from each managed cluster.+Costs from the last 1 day and last 7 days are displayed for each cluster, workspace, and project breakdown in the respective Kommander UI pages.+Further cost analysis and details can be found in the Kubecost UI running on Kommander, at:++```+https://<CLUSTER_URL>/ops/portal/kommander/kubecost/frontend/detail.html#&agg=cluster+```++For more information on cost allocation metrics and how to navigate this view in the Kubecost UI, please see the [Kubecost docs on Kubernetes Cost Allocation][kubecost_cost_allocation].++To identify the clusters in Kubecost, use the cluster's monitoring ID.+The monitoring ID corresponds to the kube-system namespace UID of the cluster.+To find a cluster's monitoring ID, go to the **Clusters** tab on the Kommander UI in the relevant workspace:++```+https://<CLUSTER_URL>/ops/portal/kommander/ui/clusters+```++Select **View Details** on the managed cluster card, select the **Configuration** tab, and find the monitoring ID under **Monitoring ID (clusterId)**.++You can also search or filter by monitoring ID on the **Clusters** page.++To look up a cluster's kube-system namespace UID directly via the CLI, run the following kubectl command, **using the cluster's context or kubeconfig**.++```bash+$ kubectl get namespace kube-system -o jsonpath='{.metadata.uid}'+```++### Kubecost++Kubecost integrates directly with the Kubernetes API and cloud billing APIs to give you real-time visibility into Kubernetes spend and cost allocation.+By monitoring your Kubernetes spend across clusters, you can avoid overspend that may be caused by uncaught bugs or oversights.+Further, with a cost monitoring solution in place, you can realize the full potential and cost of these resources and avoid over-provisioning resources.++To customize pricing and out of cluster costs for AWS and GCP, you must apply these settings using the Kubecost UI running on each relevant cluster.+You can access the attached cluster's Kubecost Settings page at:++```+https://<MANAGED_CLUSTER_URL>/ops/portal/kubecost/frontend/settings.html+```++<p class="message--important"><strong>IMPORTANT: </strong>Make sure to access the cluster's Kubecost UI linked above, not the centralized Kubecost UI running on Kommander.</p>
<p class="message--important"><strong>IMPORTANT: </strong>Make sure you access the cluster's Kubecost UI linked above, not the centralized Kubecost UI running on Kommander.</p>
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Do we need to put the date here?

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+---+layout: layout.pug+navigationTitle: Centralized Monitoring+title: Centralized Monitoring+menuWeight: 7+beta: true+excerpt: Monitor clusters, created with Kommander, on any connected cluster+---++Kommander provides centralized monitoring, in a multi-cluster environment, using the monitoring stack running on any managed clusters. Centralized monitoring is provided by default in every Kommander cluster.++<p class="message--note"><strong>NOTE: </strong>Centralized monitoring is available and supported for Konvoy and non-Konvoy clusters.</p>++Managed clusters are distinguished by a monitoring ID.+The monitoring ID corresponds to the kube-system namespace UID of the cluster.+To find a cluster's monitoring ID, you can go to the Clusters tab on the Kommander UI (in the relevant workspace):++```+https://<CLUSTER_URL>/ops/portal/kommander/ui/#/clusters+```++Click on the `View Details` link on the managed cluster card, and the monitoring ID can be found under `Monitoring ID (clusterId)`.++You may also search or filter by monitoring IDs on the Clusters page, linked above.++Alternatively, you can run this kubectl command, **using the correct cluster's context or kubeconfig**, to look up the cluster's kube-system namespace UID to determine which cluster the metrics and alerts correspond to:++```bash+$ kubectl get namespace kube-system -o jsonpath='{.metadata.uid}'+```++## Centralized Metrics++The Kommander cluster collects and presents metrics from all managed clusters remotely using Thanos.+You can visualize these metrics in Grafana using a set of provided dashboards.++The [Thanos Query][thanos_query] component is installed on the Kommander cluster.+Thanos Query queries the Prometheus instances, running on the managed clusters, using a Thanos sidecar running alongside each Prometheus container.
Thanos Query queries the Prometheus instances on the managed clusters, using a Thanos sidecar running alongside each Prometheus container.
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+---+layout: layout.pug+navigationTitle: Centralized Cost Monitoring+title: Centralized Cost Monitoring+menuWeight: 7+beta: true+excerpt: Monitoring costs of all managed clusters with Kubecost+---++[Kubecost][kubecost_website], running on Kommander, provides centralized cost monitoring for all managed clusters.+This feature, installed by default in every Kommander cluster, provides a centralized view of Kubernetes resources used on all managed clusters.+By default, up to 15 days of cost metrics are retained, with no backup to an external store.++## Centralized Costs++The Kommander cluster collects cost metrics remotely, using Thanos, from each managed cluster.+Costs from the last 1 day and last 7 days are displayed for each cluster, workspace, and project breakdown in the respective Kommander UI pages.+Further cost analysis and details can be found in the Kubecost UI running on Kommander, at:++```+https://<CLUSTER_URL>/ops/portal/kommander/kubecost/frontend/detail.html#&agg=cluster+```++For more information on cost allocation metrics and how to navigate this view in the Kubecost UI, please see the [Kubecost docs on Kubernetes Cost Allocation][kubecost_cost_allocation].++To identify the clusters in Kubecost, use the cluster's monitoring ID.+The monitoring ID corresponds to the kube-system namespace UID of the cluster.+To find a cluster's monitoring ID, go to the **Clusters** tab on the Kommander UI in the relevant workspace:++```+https://<CLUSTER_URL>/ops/portal/kommander/ui/clusters+```++Select **View Details** on the managed cluster card, select the **Configuration** tab, and find the monitoring ID under **Monitoring ID (clusterId)**.++You can also search or filter by monitoring ID on the **Clusters** page.++To look up a cluster's kube-system namespace UID directly via the CLI, run the following kubectl command, **using the cluster's context or kubeconfig**.++```bash+$ kubectl get namespace kube-system -o jsonpath='{.metadata.uid}'+```++### Kubecost++Kubecost integrates directly with the Kubernetes API and cloud billing APIs to give you real-time visibility into Kubernetes spend and cost allocation.+By monitoring your Kubernetes spend across clusters, you can avoid overspend that may be caused by uncaught bugs or oversights.+Further, with a cost monitoring solution in place, you can realize the full potential and cost of these resources and avoid over-provisioning resources.
With a cost monitoring solution in place you can realize the full potential and cost of these resources and avoid over-provisioning resources.
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+---+layout: layout.pug+navigationTitle: Centralized Cost Monitoring+title: Centralized Cost Monitoring+menuWeight: 7+beta: true+excerpt: Monitoring costs of all managed clusters with Kubecost+---++[Kubecost][kubecost_website], running on Kommander, provides centralized cost monitoring for all managed clusters.+This feature, installed by default in every Kommander cluster, provides a centralized view of Kubernetes resources used on all managed clusters.+By default, up to 15 days of cost metrics are retained, with no backup to an external store.++## Centralized Costs++The Kommander cluster collects cost metrics remotely, using Thanos, from each managed cluster.+Costs from the last 1 day and last 7 days are displayed for each cluster, workspace, and project breakdown in the respective Kommander UI pages.+Further cost analysis and details can be found in the Kubecost UI running on Kommander, at:++```+https://<CLUSTER_URL>/ops/portal/kommander/kubecost/frontend/detail.html#&agg=cluster+```++For more information on cost allocation metrics and how to navigate this view in the Kubecost UI, please see the [Kubecost docs on Kubernetes Cost Allocation][kubecost_cost_allocation].++To identify the clusters in Kubecost, use the cluster's monitoring ID.+The monitoring ID corresponds to the kube-system namespace UID of the cluster.+To find a cluster's monitoring ID, go to the **Clusters** tab on the Kommander UI in the relevant workspace:
To find the cluster's monitoring ID, select the **Clusters** tab on the Kommander UI in the relevant workspace:
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+---+layout: layout.pug+navigationTitle: Centralized Cost Monitoring+title: Centralized Cost Monitoring+menuWeight: 7+beta: true+excerpt: Monitoring costs of all managed clusters with Kubecost+---++[Kubecost][kubecost_website], running on Kommander, provides centralized cost monitoring for all managed clusters.+This feature, installed by default in every Kommander cluster, provides a centralized view of Kubernetes resources used on all managed clusters.+By default, up to 15 days of cost metrics are retained, with no backup to an external store.++## Centralized Costs++The Kommander cluster collects cost metrics remotely, using Thanos, from each managed cluster.+Costs from the last 1 day and last 7 days are displayed for each cluster, workspace, and project breakdown in the respective Kommander UI pages.+Further cost analysis and details can be found in the Kubecost UI running on Kommander, at:++```+https://<CLUSTER_URL>/ops/portal/kommander/kubecost/frontend/detail.html#&agg=cluster+```++For more information on cost allocation metrics and how to navigate this view in the Kubecost UI, please see the [Kubecost docs on Kubernetes Cost Allocation][kubecost_cost_allocation].++To identify the clusters in Kubecost, use the cluster's monitoring ID.+The monitoring ID corresponds to the kube-system namespace UID of the cluster.+To find a cluster's monitoring ID, go to the **Clusters** tab on the Kommander UI in the relevant workspace:++```+https://<CLUSTER_URL>/ops/portal/kommander/ui/clusters+```++Select **View Details** on the managed cluster card, select the **Configuration** tab, and find the monitoring ID under **Monitoring ID (clusterId)**.++You can also search or filter by monitoring ID on the **Clusters** page.++To look up a cluster's kube-system namespace UID directly via the CLI, run the following kubectl command, **using the cluster's context or kubeconfig**.++```bash+$ kubectl get namespace kube-system -o jsonpath='{.metadata.uid}'+```++### Kubecost++Kubecost integrates directly with the Kubernetes API and cloud billing APIs to give you real-time visibility into Kubernetes spend and cost allocation.
Kubecost integrates directly with the Kubernetes API and cloud billing APIs to give you real-time visibility into your Kubernetes spend and cost allocation.
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+---+layout: layout.pug+navigationTitle: Centralized Cost Monitoring+title: Centralized Cost Monitoring+menuWeight: 7+beta: true+excerpt: Monitoring costs of all managed clusters with Kubecost+---++[Kubecost][kubecost_website], running on Kommander, provides centralized cost monitoring for all managed clusters.+This feature, installed by default in every Kommander cluster, provides a centralized view of Kubernetes resources used on all managed clusters.+By default, up to 15 days of cost metrics are retained, with no backup to an external store.++## Centralized Costs++The Kommander cluster collects cost metrics remotely, using Thanos, from each managed cluster.+Costs from the last 1 day and last 7 days are displayed for each cluster, workspace, and project breakdown in the respective Kommander UI pages.+Further cost analysis and details can be found in the Kubecost UI running on Kommander, at:++```+https://<CLUSTER_URL>/ops/portal/kommander/kubecost/frontend/detail.html#&agg=cluster+```++For more information on cost allocation metrics and how to navigate this view in the Kubecost UI, please see the [Kubecost docs on Kubernetes Cost Allocation][kubecost_cost_allocation].++To identify the clusters in Kubecost, use the cluster's monitoring ID.+The monitoring ID corresponds to the kube-system namespace UID of the cluster.+To find a cluster's monitoring ID, go to the **Clusters** tab on the Kommander UI in the relevant workspace:++```+https://<CLUSTER_URL>/ops/portal/kommander/ui/clusters+```++Select **View Details** on the managed cluster card, select the **Configuration** tab, and find the monitoring ID under **Monitoring ID (clusterId)**.++You can also search or filter by monitoring ID on the **Clusters** page.++To look up a cluster's kube-system namespace UID directly via the CLI, run the following kubectl command, **using the cluster's context or kubeconfig**.
To look up a cluster's kube-system namespace UID directly using the CLI, run the following kubectl command, **using the cluster's context or kubeconfig**.
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