After months of hard work, the Project Calico team are proud to announce our milestone release of Calico v1.0, complete with OpenStack integration.
While we’ve had plenty of people trialling Calico over the past few months, this milestone marks the point where we’re confident that Calico is ready for prime time deployment. The highlights for this release include:
While these features have been present in Calico for a while, we’ve been particularly focusing on testing over the past few months to ensure Calico is deployable at scale. Over the coming weeks we’ll be writing blog posts detailing the scale testing we’ve been doing, but today I’m pleased to say that we’ve hit the following headlines in our testing:
This release is available to try today with OpenStack using either our
To start using Calico v1.0 with OpenStack, see our documentation on http://docs.projectcalico.org/en/latest/openstack.html.
If you’re a container user, then the same core Calico v1.0 code is used in each of our demonstration integrations with Docker and Kubernetes – see https://github.com/projectcalico/calico-docker for more details.
Now this milestone is behind us, we’ve exciting plans for moving Calico forward, with more features and integrations in the pipeline. We’ll provide more information on these plans in the blog over the next few weeks and months.
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