[Announce] API Operator for Kubernetes 1.2.1 is Released!
pubudug at wso2.com
Mon Sep 28 22:27:12 PDT 2020
*The WSO2 API Manager team is pleased to announce the release of version
1.2.1 of API Operator for Kubernetes.*
As microservices are increasingly being deployed on Kubernetes, the need to
expose these microservices as well documented, easy to consume,
managed APIs is becoming important to develop great applications.
The API operator for Kubernetes makes APIs a first-class citizen in the
Kubernetes ecosystem. Similar to deploying microservices, you can now use
this operator to deploy APIs for individual microservices or compose
several microservices into individual APIs. With this users will be able to
expose their microservice as managed API in the Kubernetes environment
without any additional work.
*Distribution & Documentation*
The distribution of the API Operator can be found in API Operator v1.2.1
- Quick Start Guide
*Bug Fixes And Improvements*
All the open issues pertaining to API Operator for Kubernetes 1.2.1 are
reported at GitHub <https://github.com/wso2/k8s-api-operator/issues>
*How You Can Contribute*
Join our mailing list and correspond with the developers directly.
- Developer List: dev at wso2.org | Subscribe <dev-request at wso2.org> | Mail
*User Forum*: StackOverflow
*WSO2 API Manager Slack Channel:* Join Us on Slack
We encourage you to report issues, documentation faults, and feature
requests regarding API Operator for Kubernetes through the GitHub repository
*Important:* Please be advised that the *security issues *must be reported
to security at wso2.com, not as GitHub issues, in order to reach the proper
audience. We strongly advise following the WSO2 Security Vulnerability
reporting security issues.
*-- The WSO2 API Manager Team --*
*Pubudu Gunatilaka* | Technical Lead | WSO2 Inc.
(m) +94774078049 | (w) +94112145345 | (e) pubudug at wso2.com
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