Skip to main content

Β· 2 min read

What's Changed​

Features​

Fixes​

  • fb209b6 resotoshell [resotoshell][fix] Fix rich dependency
  • 6ffc7f4 docker Add cache version to cache key for easy invalidation (#810)
  • 3692fcf resotocore [resotocore][fix] Fix rich dependency
  • 82e64d0 docker copy ArangoDB dump/restore client binaries (#806)
  • 81fc02d docker Add vi and nano to Docker images (#804)
  • b087485 resotolib Update TLS certificate files on disk after a certain time has passed (#803)
  • 5bbea70 plugins Rename protect_snowflakes -> protector and make plugins restart on enable (#794)
  • f70079a docker Allow docker-compose run resotoshell (#798)
  • 2e2e92f resotocore write ca bundle periodically to tmp (#797)
  • 7875cc5 resotocore No analytics in CI (#799)

Documentation​

  • 0282425 resoto Update rendering script docs (#796)
  • cdd3f5a resoto Add the instruction for the graph rendering script (#795)

Chores​

  • 2f1c040 resoto use version 2.0 as docker version in compose
  • 1763105 resoto Add documentation as release note section (#792)
  • e4aa797 resoto [resoto][chore] Bump 2.0.2

Β· 2 min read

We are proud to announce the general availability of Resoto 2.0.0.

Resoto provides a single data source and search engine to explore infrastructure in a cloud-agnostic way. Resoto aggregates and exports user-defined infrastructure metrics, and automates recurring tasks. That ensures a sound infrastructure and leaves developers and SREs more time and headspace to do productive work.

Resoto currently supports the following cloud providers:

Highlights​

  • Flexible distributed system setup, which allows for small installations as well as a big enterprise scale infrastructure.
  • Graph-based data storage, that maintains all infrastructure resources, as well as all relationships between them.
  • Powerful search of your entire cloud metadata, no matter which service, account, or region.
  • Report infrastructure changes over time with out-of-the-box metrics, and aggregation of any data points for custom metrics.
  • Automate tedious tasks. Define rules for your infrastructure that are checked against existing resources, no matter how they were created. Rules are applied automatically whenever infrastructure changes.
  • Command line interface to interact with Resoto.
  • Ability to clean up your infrastructure in a user defined and reliable way.
  • Allow for manipulating tags.
  • API to interact with Resoto from your own code.

Please check out the Getting Started section of our documentation to give it a spin.

Deployment Options​

There are currently 2 deployment options for Resoto: Docker and Kubernetes.

Β· One min read

Join Matthias Veit and the rest of the Some Engineering team next week for our first Community Hour!

Event Details​

πŸ“… RSVP on Discord

info

This event has concluded, but we hope you'll join us for the next Community Hour event on !

We will be showcasing new Resoto features, giving an overview of Resoto's command-line interface (CLI), and answering questions.

Join this event if you…

  • are curious about what Resoto has to offer
  • have questions about Resoto
  • want to meet the Some Engineering team

This event is taking place LIVE on the Some Engineering Discord server and will not be recorded.

Agenda​

  • Resoto news and updates
  • Learn how to…
  • Q&A