Major ioFog release 2 brings new ioFog Edge Compute Network (ECN) model, with legacy Connector being replaced by much more robust Apache Qpid Dispatch Router and Red Hat's project Skupper Proxy.
Many other features have been added to the ioFog Engine, such as better Docker image pruning, registry management and volume management in ioFog Agents. You can also expose public ports for individual microservices. Additional changes relate to iofogctl quality of life improvements, Agent attach and detach functionality and microservice moving.
1.3.0 brings new quality of life improvements as well as a set of backend changes that extend and unify ioFog's capabilities.
This release brings a set of features for seamless integration of Kubernetes and Edge Computing. The release comes with a new command line interface for Edge Compute Network management called iofogctl and other supplementary tools, such as platform tools for cluster and infrastructure management.
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