Changelog for Kubermatic Kubernetes Platform (KKP) 2.11


  • End-of-Life Kubernetes v1.14 is no longer supported.
  • Added Kubernetes v1.15.7, v1.15.9


  • Kubernetes 1.13 which is end-of-life has been removed.
  • Added Kubernetes v1.15.4
  • Added Kubernetes v1.14.7
  • A bug that prevented node Labels, Taints and Annotations from getting applied correctly was fixed.
  • Removed K8S releases affected by CVE-2019-11253
  • A fix for CVE-2019-11253 for clusters that were created with a Kubernetes version <1.14 was deployed
  • Openstack: fixed API usage for datacenters with only one region


  • Fixed a bug that could cause intermittent delays when using kubectl logs/exec with exposeStrategy: LoadBalancer


  • Fixed a bug that caused setup on nodes with a Kernel > 4.18 to fail
  • Fixed fetching the list of tenants on some OpenStack configurations with one region
  • Fixed a bug that could result in the cluster deletion sometimes getting stuck


  • kubeadm join has been fixed for v1.15 clusters


Supported Kubernetes versions:

  • 1.13.10
  • 1.14.6
  • 1.15.3


  • KKP Swagger API Spec is now exposed over its API server
  • Updated Envoy to 1.11.1
  • Kubernetes versions affected by CVE-2019-9512 and CVE-2019-9514 have been dropped
  • Enabling the OIDC feature flag in clusters has been fixed.


Supported Kubernetes versions:

  • 1.13.9
  • 1.14.5
  • 1.15.2


  • Fixed an issue where deleted project owners would come back after a while
  • Kubernetes versions affected by CVE-2019-11247 and CVE-2019-11249 have been dropped
  • Kubernetes 1.11 which is end-of-life has been removed
  • Kubernetes 1.12 which is end-of-life has been removed


  • Openstack: A bug that could result in many security groups being created when the creation of security group rules failed was fixed
  • Added Kubernetes v1.15.1
  • Updated machine controller to v1.5.1
  • A bug that sometimes resulted in the creation of the initial NodeDeployment failing was fixed
  • Fixed an issue that kept clusters stuck if their creation didn’t succeed and they got deleted with PV and/or LB cleanup enabled
  • Fixed joining nodes to Bring Your Own clusters running Kubernetes 1.14


Supported Kubernetes versions:

  • 1.11.5-10
  • 1.12.3-10
  • 1.13.0-5
  • 1.13.7
  • 1.14.0-1
  • 1.14.3-4
  • 1.15.0

Cloud providers:

  • It is now possible to create KKP-managed clusters on Packet.
  • It is now possible to create KKP-managed clusters on GCP.
  • the API stops creating an initial node deployment for new cluster for KubeAdm providers.
  • Openstack: datacenter can be configured with minimum required CPU and memory for nodes
  • vsphere: root disk size is now configurable
  • Azure: fixed failure to provision on new regions due to lower number of fault domains


  • [ACTION REQUIRED] refactored Alertmanager Helm chart for master-cluster monitoring, see documentation for migration notes
  • cAdvisor metrics are now being scraped for user clusters
  • fixed kube-state-metrics in user-clusters not being scraped
  • Improved debugging of resource leftovers through new etcd Object Count dashboard
  • New Grafana dashboards for monitoring Elasticsearch
  • Added optional Thanos integration to Prometheus for better long-term metrics storage


  • [ACTION REQUIRED] nodePortPoxy Helm values has been renamed to nodePortProxy, old root key is now deprecated; please update your Helm values
  • Service accounts have been implemented.
  • Support for Kubernetes 1.15 was added
  • More details are shown when using kubectl get machine/machineset/machinedeployment
  • The resiliency of in-cluster DNS was greatly improved by adding the nodelocal-dns-cache addon, which runs a DNS cache on each node, avoiding the need to use NAT for DNS queries
  • Added containerRuntimeVersion and kernelVersion to NodeInfo
  • It is now possible to configure KKP to create one service of type LoadBalancer per user cluster instead of exposing all of them via the nodeport-proxy on one central LoadBalancer service
  • Pod AntiAffinity and PDBs were added to the KKP control plane components,the monitoring stack and the logging stack to spread them out if possible and reduce the chance of unavailability
  • Reduced API latency for loading Nodes & NodeDeployments
  • replace gambol99/keycloak-proxy 2.3.0 with official keycloak-gatekeeper 6.0.1
  • More additional printer columns for kKP crds
  • Insecure Kubernetes versions v1.13.6 and v1.14.2 have been disabled.
  • KKP now supports running in environments where the Internet can only be accessed via a http proxy
  • ICMP traffic to clusters is now always permitted to allow MTU discovery
  • A bug that caused errors on very big addon manifests was fixed
  • Updated Prometheus to 2.10.0
  • Updated cert-manager to 0.8.0
  • Updated Minio to RELEASE.2019-06-11T00-44-33Z
  • Updated Grafana to 6.2.1
  • Updated kube-state-metrics to 1.6.0
  • Updated Dex to 2.16.0
  • Updated Alertmanager to 0.17.0, deprecate version field in favor of image.tag in Helm values.yaml
  • Updated machine-controller to v1.4.2.
  • Updated node-exporter to 0.18.1
  • Updated fluent-bit to 1.1.2
  • Updated Velero to 1.0


  • The project menu has been redesigned.
  • Fixed changing default OpenStack image on operating system change
  • containerRuntimeVersion and kernelVersion are now displayed on NodeDeployment detail page
  • Custom links can now be added to the footer.
  • The OIDC provider URL is now configurable via "oidc_provider_url" variable.
  • The application logo has been changed.
  • The breadcrumbs component has been removed. The dialogs and buttons have been redesigned.
  • Packet cloud provider is now supported.
  • Tables have been redesigned.
  • Added option to specify taints when creating/updating NodeDeployments
  • Styling of the cluster details view has been improved.
  • Missing parameters for OIDC providers have been added.
  • Dates are now displayed using relative format, i.e. 3 days ago.
  • Redesigned dialogs and cluster details page.
  • Add provider GCP to UI
  • Redesigned notifications.
  • The Instance Profile Name for AWS could be specified in UI.
  • Redesigned node deployment view.
  • Redesigned cluster details page.