Enterprise Distributed Application Service (EDAS) will be updated on the International site (alibabacloud.com) from 20:00 to 22:00 on May 24, 2021. To ensure that the service can be properly updated, do not use the EDAS console or call the EDAS API during the update.
- Support for the creation of Kubernetes namespaces when you create applications
Allows you to create a Kubernetes namespace when you create an application. You do not need to create a Kubernetes namespace in the Container Service for Kubernetes (ACK) console.
- Support for the import of Kubernetes clusters when you create applications
Allows you to create an application in a Kubernetes cluster that is not imported to EDAS. You can import the Kubernetes cluster to EDAS when you create the application.
- Support for ConfigMaps
Allows you to store configurations that do not need to be kept confidential as ConfigMaps for unified management.
- Support for secrets
Allows you to store sensitive configurations, such as passwords and certificates, that need to be kept confidential as secrets for unified management.
- Use of ConfigMaps and secrets for environment variables
When you create or deploy an application, allows you to use the ConfigMaps and secrets that are in the same region, cluster, and Kubernetes namespace as the application to configure environment variables.
- Mount of ConfigMaps and secrets to the specified directories of containers
When you create or deploy an application, allows you to mount the ConfigMaps and secrets that are in the same region, cluster, and Kubernetes namespace as the application to the specified directories of containers.
- Support for the Intra-zone Provider First feature for applications
Allows you to enable the Intra-zone Provider First feature for applications. You can also specify a custom threshold that triggers the feature. This feature works based on the following principles: When an application calls a service, the service provider that resides in the same zone as the application is called first.
- Support for HTTPS requests by ingresses
Allows you to use ingresses to route external HTTPS requests to internal services.
- Optimization on the UI of the end-to-end traffic adjustment feature
Optimizes the UI of the end-to-end traffic adjustment feature in the EDAS console to be more user-friendly.