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Getting Started

Quickstart

Learn how to create, set up and use a Scaleway account in a few steps.

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Concepts

Core concepts that give you a better understanding of Scaleway.

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How-tos

Check our guides to creating, setting up and managing your Scaleway account.

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Additional content

Guides to understanding Scaleway quotas, product availability, and network.

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API Documentation

Discover our API and DevTools and check out integration tools for Scaleway products.

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Tutorials

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Changelog

  • Kubernetes

    Removed

    Scaleway Kubernetes products no longer support Kubernetes 1.24

    Clusters using the Kubernetes 1.24 version will be upgraded to Kubernetes 1.25 after May 15th, 2024. Scaleway will change the CNI configuration to none for clusters still running unsupported CNIs (Flannel, Weave). Find more details in our version support policy.

  • Kubernetes

    Removed

    Kapsule clusters with only public IPs

    Ending the deprecation cycle and completing the planned migration, all Kapsule clusters are natively deployed with a Scaleway Private Network.

  • Apple silicon

    Changed

    macOS 14 is now available on all Mac minis

    macOS Sonoma 14 now comes pre-installed by default on Scaleway's Mac mini M1 (M1-M). Enjoy Sonoma across the entire Mac mini lineup!

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