I am super excited today to announce the release of version v0.6 of the VMware Event Broker Appliance (VEBA)! The team and I have been heads down for the past several months working on a number of exciting and brand new capabilities that I think both, existing and new customers, will really enjoy.
In addition to the core team and community contributions, I would also like to welcome and thank two of our newest contributors to the VEBA project, both making significant contributions to our v0.6 release:
- Denis Chorbadzhiyski (Engineer on the vSphere UI team at VMware)
- Dimitar Milov (Engineer on the PowerCLI team at VMware)
Release v0.6 is an important milestone for the team and for the VEBA project. VEBA now leverages an end-to-end VMware OSS stack by default, which also provides a strong architectural foundation for future product updates and innovations. We could not be more excited to share this release with our community 🥳 and below are just some of the key feature highlights.
Knative is a Kubernetes-based platform to deploy and manage modern serverless workloads. Support for Knative in VEBA was first introduced in our v0.5 release last December and only supported an external Knative deployment. With this latest release, VEBA now supports an embedded Knative deployment which includes the full Knative Serving and Eventing components which is automatically configured within VEBA.