Be sure to read the Everyware Cloud release notes and the planning the upgrade section.
Before upgrading to a patch release be sure to follow these steps:
- backup the databases
- backup your existing configuration exporting all project configurations
Patch releases of Everyware Cloud usually do no introduce configuration or database changes. If any change is required it will be described in a separate section referring to the specific Everyware Cloud version.
The process to upgrade Everyware Cloud is the following:
- upgrade the standard EC components using Helm, changing the version of the container images in the values override file
# Deploy the Events Broker helm upgrade -n everyware-cloud -f ec-events-broker.yaml ec-events-broker charts/02-components/ec-events-broker # Deploy the Message Broker helm upgrade -n everyware-cloud -f ec-broker.yaml ec-broker charts/02-components/ec-broker # Deploy the Web Console helm upgrade -n everyware-cloud -f ec-console.yaml ec-console charts/02-components/ec-console # Deploy the RESTful API helm upgrade -n everyware-cloud -f ec-api.yaml ec-api/charts/02-components/ec-api # Deploy the Job Engine helm upgrade -n everyware-cloud -f ec-console.yaml ec-job-engine charts/02-components/ec-job-engine
- repeat the same upgrade operation for the optional components
# Upgrade the VPN Service if installed helm upgrade -n everyware-cloud -f ec-vpn.yaml ec-vpn charts/02-components/ec-vpn # Upgrade the Monitoring Service if installed helm upgrade -n everyware-cloud -f ec-monitoring.yaml ec-vpn charts/02-components/ec-monitoring
Updated about 2 years ago