We’re excited to announce the provision of OpenShift version 4.13 on your clusters which might be operating in Red Hat OpenShift on IBM Cloud. That is our twelfth launch of OpenShift. With our OpenShift service, you possibly can simply upgrade your clusters with out the necessity for deep OpenShift data. Whenever you deploy new clusters, the default OpenShift model stays 4.11 (quickly to be 4.12); it’s also possible to select to instantly deploy model 4.13. Study extra about deploying clusters here.
OpenShift model 4.13
Along with all the nice OpenShift features provided in this release, Crimson Hat OpenShift on IBM Cloud model 4.13 additionally contains quite a few element updates. See the Red Hat OpenShift on IBM Cloud version 4.13 change log for particulars.
OpenShift help and updates
Crimson Hat OpenShift on IBM Cloud now helps the newest variations of OpenShift: 4.9, 4.10, 4.11, 4.12 and 4.13. Clusters operating variations 4.8 or earlier are unsupported. Clusters operating model 4.9 at the moment are deprecated with end of support tentatively scheduled for 30 August 2023. You will need to observe that clusters that run deprecated or unsupported OpenShift variations could not obtain fixes for safety vulnerabilities till they’re up to date to a supported model. Evaluate the potential impression of every OpenShift replace, and update your clusters at present.