Announcing Portainer v1.22.0; this new version adds support for Edge agents, and up to 25,000 of them under a single Portainer instance. Also, the agent is now opensource :). See release notes here: https://github.com/portainer/portainer/releases/tag/1.22.0
9 thoughts on “Portainer v1.22.0 released, now with support for edge agents. Oh and we open sourced the agent too.”
Very cool! we are starting to use portainer in some of our instances to manage the docker-composes we have 🙂
Nice! I’ve been using portainer for years.
No one can say we are for “single projects” now :-). We tested with 25,000 standalone edge endpoints, and also tested 15,000 edge swarm clusters.. all managed from the one pane of glass..
Its realy shame that oidc and u2f comes as paid addons.
Most of users will be homelab-rs anyway. Kubernetes is as orchestrator -> winner
Swarm will die and there will surly be standalone dockerd installations, but most of them will be homelab instances only. Anyone who says something else is probably not touched k8s, nor swarm in production use.
And I dont want to expose dockerd socket to internet just with single factor authentication.
Its pointless to use uf2 password manager running on the same dockerd socket, where is also portainer gui exposed..
There shoud be nonenterprise limitation to number of containers,or else, rather than no oidc,u2f support.
This is exactly what I need!
What steps do we need to follow to upgrade portainer agents? I found this:
which shows how to upgrade portainer itself (which worked for me).
Did you fix the search freezes in this version?
Searching for a service on a swarm management node takes ages on 500+ services. Almost like it does a full search after every types character, since copy/pasting of a service is pretty quick.
For those that want to know more about our new edge agent architecture: https://www.portainer.io/2019/07/how-does-the-edge-agent-work/
Which version of docker-compose is it using? Last I checked it was version 2.