Release Note

The following updates were released for DigitalOcean Kubernetes:

  • Any user can opt into Kubernetes during early availability via the control panel.
  • Users can rename clusters.
  • Users can edit tags associated with clusters and worker pool.
  • A guided walkthrough helps users set up their kubectl and kubeconfig properly and provides example manifests to make it easier to get started.
  • The node pool settings to add, remove, and scale node pools has been moved to the ‘Nodes’ tab for a more streamlined experience.
  • The cluster provisioning status bar more accurately reflects the cluster creation progress.
  • Users can view the estimated monthly cost for their clusters.
  • Users can view a breakdown of total cluster capacity including CPU, Memory, Disk cluster wide.
  • Users can create and manage Kubernetes clusters, worker pools, and configuration using doctl.