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  • Kubernetes
    Removed

    Scaleway Kubernetes products no longer support Kubernetes 1.23

    Clusters using the Kubernetes 1.23 version will be automatically upgraded to the Kubernetes 1.24 version after March 15th, 2024.

    Find more details in our version support policy.

  • Billing
    Changed

    New billing space

    New Billing Space available!

    Our brand-new Billing Space is now live and ready for you to explore. Accessible right from the console's right-hand menu, this space is designed to streamline your billing experience. Here is what is in for you:

    • Overview Page: Your go-to destination for essential information on managing your usage and invoices.
    • Consumption Management: Track your budget alerts and soon, the Cost Manager tool for cost tracking.
    • Optimization Page: Access vouchers and upcoming cost optimization offers.
    • Billing and Payments Information: A dedicated section for all your billing and payment details.

    Explore these new features today and manage your billing more efficiently than ever before!

    Tip

    Refer to the Billing documentation for more information.

  • Secret Manager
    Changed

    A new version of the Secret Manager API is available

    Scaleway's Secret Manager has a new API version available: v1beta1! This new version comes with major improvements:

    • Improved resilience and scalability
    • No more folder endpoints, but still the possibility to use paths to organize secrets
    • Changing the path of a secret has become simpler

    The Scaleway console now uses this version for the Secret Manager product pages. For more information, you can refer to the API documentation.

    Note that the v1alpha1 API is still supported but it will eventually be deprecated.

  • Messaging and Queuing
    Added

    Messaging and Queuing is now available in the AMS region!

    You can now manage your Messaging and Queuing resources in the AMS region. All three protocols (SQS, NATS & SNS) are available in the region. For more information, refer to our Messaging and Queuing documentation.

  • Messaging and Queuing
    Added

    SNS Subscriptions creation available in the console

    You can now manage your SNS subscriptions directly from the Scaleway console. You can subscribe to HTTP/S endpoints and Serverless Compute resources (Functions & Containers). You can refer to our documentation to find out how to create and manage SNS subscriptions.

  • Jobs
    Added

    Serverless Jobs scheduling (CRON) available

    Serverless Jobs now supports scheduling! Optimize repetitive tasks and resource usage using CRON syntax (with custom time zone support). You can now automate your data processing, nightly data backups or periodic data analysis.

  • Kubernetes
    Fixed

    DNS fix to solve occasional resolution failures

    The DNS resolution issue has been resolved. To implement the fix:

    • Replace or reboot your nodes.
    • Use a fully qualified domain name (FQDN) for resolving addresses within the Private Network. For example, if you have a service named foo in the Private Network mypn, use foo.mypn.
    Important
    • Avoid using existing top-level domains (TLDs) as Private Network names to prevent potential issues. For instance, naming your PN fr may cause problems resolving external addresses like google.fr.
    • Be aware that prod and dev are valid TLDs.
  • Object Storage
    Added

    Object Storage introduces bucket use case to customize your experience

    Upon creation of a bucket on the Scaleway console, you can fill in its use case. Optionally, you can edit this information in the Bucket settings later on. We recommend filling in the bucket use case to unlock personalized recommendations tailored to your needs. We are continuously enhancing our services to further enrich your experience.

  • Object Storage
    Added

    Object Storage now offers SLA!

    As part of our commitment to deliver high availability, we officially guarantee a 99.9% monthly availability rate for our Multi-AZ Standard class, and a 99% monthly availability rate for our One Zone - IA and Glacier classes.

    Object Storage SLA is on par with the standards set by industry leaders, and supported by a seasoned monitoring practice, ensuring a seamless experience for our customers to run their business. Refer to the Object Storage Service Level Agreement (“SLA”) to know more.

  • Web Hosting
    Added

    Dedicated IP for Web Hosting

    Web Hosting with dedicated IP is now available! Looking to safeguard your online reputation and ensure your IP remains unaffected from shared usage?

    This feature is tailored for you! Enable your dedicated IP during your hosting order or later via the console, and we will provide you with a dedicated IP linked directly to your hosting plan.

  • Web Hosting
    Added

    Email forwarding enabled (Scaleway Elements Web Hosting)

    Email Forwarding is now available to all our Web Hosting (Scaleway Elements) customers. This feature allows you to seamlessly forward incoming emails from your professional Web Hosting email address to your personal inbox.

  • Containers
    Deprecated

    Deprecation of "/logs" endpoint

    Due to infrequent usage and changes affecting the storage of user logs, we are announcing the deprecation of the /logs endpoint (or ListLogs for our SDK users). However, users can still access their container logs conveniently via their Cockpit interface. A dedicated dashboard called "Serverless Containers Logs" is accessible there. For detailed instructions, refer to our documentation. For users who are already using Cockpit for log access (logs have been directed to Cockpit for the past 6 months), there will be no disruption. Note, the /logs endpoint will be fully deprecated in one month, effective March 12, 2024.

  • Functions
    Deprecated

    Deprecation of "/logs" endpoint

    Due to infrequent usage and changes affecting the storage of user logs, we are announcing the deprecation of the /logs endpoint (or ListLogs for our SDK users). However, users can still access their function logs conveniently via their Cockpit interface. A dedicated dashboard called "Serverless Functions Logs" is accessible there. For detailed instructions, refer to our documentation. For users who are already using Cockpit for log access (logs have been directed to Cockpit for the past 6 months), there will be no disruption. Note, the /logs endpoint will be fully deprecated in one month, effective March 12, 2024.

  • Kubernetes
    Added

    Kubernetes version 1.29 is now available!

    Scaleway managed Kubernetes products will support the latest minor version 1.29 Mandala until April 2025.

    Patch versions 1.29.1, 1.28.6, 1.27.10, 1.26.13, 1.25.16 have also been released.

    Read our newest version support policy for more details on the 14-month support timeline.

  • Kubernetes
    Security

    Runc bumped to 1.1.12 for CVE-2024-21626

    CVE-2024-21626 is a recently disclosed security issue affecting the runc component.

    To apply the patch, managed Kubernetes services customers should take the following actions:

    • Kubernetes clusters running on 1.24: replace nodes
    • Kubernetes clusters running on 1.25+: upgrade to the latest k8s patch release
  • Kubernetes
    Deprecated

    Force-Internal-IP annotation in Kubernetes Cloud Controller Manager (CCM)

    The service.beta.kubernetes.io/scw-loadbalancer-force-internal-ip annotation is now deprecated due to incompatibilities with newer Load Balancer instances using routed IPs.

    • Public-only Kapsule users should transition to using the Private Network feature for enhanced security and performance.
    • Kosmos users with Scaleway pools should stop using this annotation.

    Please refer to the related CCM documentation.

  • Kubernetes
    Added

    Proxy Registry is now available!

    Kubernetes Kapsule now benefits from a proxy registry in all regions, caching required system images for new clusters and new nodes. This addition eliminates rate limiting from the official container registries used to pull system images, and eases scaling large node pools in full isolation mode.

  • Messaging and Queuing
    Added

    SNS Topic creation available in the console

    You can now create and manage your SNS Topics directly in the console. For more information, you can refer to our How to create topics documentation.

  • Instances
    Added

    Cost-Optimized Instances based on ARM available in PAR2

    We are excited to introduce our latest Cost-Optimized Instances based on ARM in the Paris region (PAR2), blending cost-effectiveness with Ampere Altra's AI-optimized performance.

    Key features include:

    • AI-optimized with Ampere Altra processors
    • Up to 2.8x more energy-efficient than traditional x86
    • Configurations from 2-32 vCPUs, 8-128GB RAM

    Migrate to COP-ARM for enhanced performance and sustainability. Find out more on our COP-ARM Instances page.

  • Secret Manager
    Added

    Secrets can be set as ephemeral

    Ephemeral secrets are now available on the Secret Manager API.

    Upon creation, secrets can now be configured with a time-to-live or to expire after a single access through an ephemeral policy. If applied on a secret, all its versions will inherit from the policy.

    Refer to the Secret Manager API documentation for more information.

  • Billing
    Added

    The Billing API V2 Beta is now available!

    We are pleased to introduce the new beta version of the Billing API v2.

    Scaleway's Billing API gives you an overview of your cloud consumption and allows you to monitor expenses.

    What's New?

    • Monthly Consumption History - access the complete history of your monthly consumption. Until now, only data from the current month was available.

    • Granularity of Costs by Project, Product Category, and Month - we have introduced increased granularity, allowing you to view costs based on the project, product category, and month.

    Refer to the Billing API documentation for more information.

  • Elastic Metal
    Added

    New NVMe Beryllium offers!

    New NVMe offers are now available on the Elastic Metal Beryllium range.
    You have now access to amazing offers with AMD EPYC CPUs and two NVMe drives, going up to 10 Gbps on the private network.

    You can find detailed specifications of the four configurations below:

    OfferSpecificationsPrice
    EM-B220E-NVME1x AMD EPYC 7232P 8C/16T 3.1 GHz
    64 GB RAM
    2 × 1 TB NVMe
    1 Gbps public/10 Gbps private
    €119.99/month
    EM-B320E-NVME1x AMD EPYC 7232P 8C/16T 3.1 GHz
    128 GB RAM
    2 × 2 TB NVMe
    1 Gbps public/10 Gbps private
    €149.99/month
    EM-B420E-NVME1x AMD EPYC 7272 12C/24T 2.9 GHz
    128 GB RAM
    2 × 1 TB NVMe
    1 Gbps public/10 Gbps private
    €159.99/month
    EM-B520E-NVME1x AMD EPYC 7272 12C/24T 2.9 GHz
    256 GB RAM
    2 × 2 TB NVMe
    1 Gbps public/10 Gbps private
    €189.99/month

    Available in PAR-2 for launch and PAR-1 in the coming days

  • Kubernetes
    Removed

    Managed ingress controllers at cluster creation

    Ending the deprecation cycle, Kubernetes clusters do not have managed ingresses anymore. Users can deploy a pre-configured ingress controller after cluster creation using the Easy Deploy feature within the Scaleway console.

  • Messaging and Queuing
    Added

    SQS supports JSON transport protocol 1.0

    Messaging and Queuing SQS now includes support for JSON transport protocol 1.0, which serves as the default transport for the latest SQS SDK. Feel free to upgrade your SDK to the most recent version.

    The query protocol remains a supported option and you have the flexibility to use the SDK's earlier versions or a custom implementation using the query transport protocol.

  • Kubernetes
    Added

    Dedicated control plane offers now available in Warsaw

    Upgrade your Kubernetes Kapsule or Kosmos clusters in Warsaw for mission-critical, at scale workloads and get highly available API servers and service level agreements.

    Dedicated control planes 4/8/16GB are available from the Scaleway console, the CLI, and Terraform (>= 2.28.0). Refer to our documentation for more information.

  • Jobs
    Added

    Serverless Jobs is available in Public Beta

    Serverless Jobs is made to run simple tasks in the cloud without having to worry about infrastructure management. Now in public beta!

  • PostgreSQL and MySQL
    Added

    Block Storage Low Latency for PostgreSQL and MySQL now available in Public Beta

    Block Storage Low Latency with high resiliency and 5k IOPs is now available in Public Beta on PLAY2, PRO2 & POP2 offers in the Paris and Amsterdam regions.

    For more information, refer to Scaleway Documentation.

  • Object Storage
    Added

    Access logs now available in all regions

    Access logs are now available in Cockpit for buckets in Amsterdam and Warsaw, making Object Storage logs available in all Scaleway regions!

    Access logs are invaluable tools that record detailed information about every interaction with your objects. These logs include essential data such as who accessed your objects, when they accessed them, and from which IP address. With access logs enabled, you can gain deeper insights into how your data is being used, and enhance your security and compliance efforts.

  • SQL Databases
    Added

    Serverless SQL Database is available in Public Beta

    Scaleway’s Serverless SQL Database allows you to store and query data using PostgreSQL engine, while benefiting from auto scalability, automated backups and complete integration with Scaleway Serverless ecosystem.

  • Elastic Metal
    Added

    🇳🇱 Beryllium offers B112X and B212X available in AMS-1

    Both new offers are now available in AMS-1. The following table gives you more information on these offers:

    OfferPriceSpecifications
    EM-B112X-SSD€94.99/month
    €0.263/hour
    2x Intel Xeon E5 2620*
    6C / 12T - 2 GHz
    192 GB RAM
    2 x 1 TB SSD
    Public bandwidth: 1 Gbit/s
    EM-B212X-SSD€115.99/month
    €0.321/hour
    2x Intel Xeon E5 2670*
    8C / 16T - 2,6 GHz
    256 GB RAM
    2 x 1 TB SSD
    Public bandwidth: 1 Gbit/s

    * or equivalent CPU

  • Transactional Email
    Added

    Weekly activity report and bounce rate alerting

    Starting December 11th 2023, we will be introducing a weekly report for your Transactional Email activity! We are looking forward to hearing your feedback to refine the feature, according to your needs.

    You will also be alerted when the bounce rate of your emails exceeds a certain threshold, allowing you to proactively manage your domain's reputation.

  • Messaging and Queuing
    Deprecated

    API v1alpha1 deprecated in favor of v1beta1

    Effective December 1st 2023, the Messaging and Queuing v1alpha1 API has been deprecated and its resources and endpoints are no longer available. As stated in our migration documentation, the v1beta1 APIs, available for Messaging and Queuing SQS, SNS and NATS, must now be used going forward.

  • Transactional Email
    Removed

    No more Transactional Email hourly quota

    Effective December 1st 2023, we have removed the hourly quota for our service, transitioning to a model based on individual customer behavior and traffic. This change is designed to enhance user flexibility while upholding service quality. Find out more about Transactional Email's capabilities and limits on our dedicated documentation.

  • Object Storage
    Added

    Our Warsaw region is now Multi-AZ by design for hot storage!

    The Multi-AZ Standard class is now available in the Warsaw region, ensuring the resiliency of your data across 3 Availability Zones (AZ) for all new objects uploaded in Standard class from now on. All Scaleway regions now support Multi-AZ by design, and offer resiliency to the loss of an entire datacenter, alongside 99,9% of availability SLA. Check out our FAQ for more information.

  • Object Storage
    Changed

    The 75GB free tier is replaced by a 750GB free trial on Multi-AZ class!

    The existing free tier is evolving to better support our customers' intensive use cases. The brand new free trial offers you 750 GB of free Multi-AZ Standard class for 90 days. You can activate your Object Storage free trial directly from the Scaleway Console. To be eligible for this offer, you must have never used the Standard Multi-AZ class before December 1st, 2023. Be ready for a 90-day deep dive into Object Storage features, with special insights and onboarding tips!

  • PostgreSQL and MySQL
    Added

    Latest versions are now available for Managed Databases

    Scaleway Managed Databases now supports PostgreSQL 15.5, 14.10, 13.13, 12.17 and FerretDB 1.14. The MySQL stability has also been improved.

    For more information, refer to the PostgreSQL and FerretDB release notes.

  • PostgreSQL and MySQL
    Added

    PostgreSQL pgvector is now available!

    The pgvector extension enables many AI use cases by turning your PostgreSQL instance into a vector database. Features like storing embeddings and vector similarity search are particularly interesting.

    For more information, refer to the pgvector github project.

  • IAM
    Added

    IAM audit logs

    Audit logs about IAM resources such as applications, users, API keys, groups and policies are now available.

    You can check who created, updated or deleted an IAM resource in the dedicated Logs tab on Console, or using the Scaleway CLI.

    For more information, refer to the IAM logs documentation.

  • Object Storage
    Added

    DeleteObjects is now applicable to VersionID

    It is now possible to specify a VersionId to limit deletion to specific objects versions, or to versions other than current version, for multiple objects at a time.

  • Object Storage
    Changed

    DeleteObject and DeleteObjects latency significantly decreased in all regions.

    The DeleteObject and DeleteObjects method now go through Scaleway Object Storage’s new gateway, bringing a significant performance improvement in all regions.

  • Secret Manager
    Changed

    Secret Manager console pages have been updated

    In the Secret Manager section of the Scaleway console, you can now select a region to display secrets and folders inside this region. Whenever you create a secret, you no longer need to specify the region, as it will be created in the region you are currently working on.

    Find out more about Secret Manager in our dedicated documentation.

  • Load Balancers
    Added

    Load Balancer logs are now available in Cockpit

    Load Balancer now generates logs when the state of backend servers changes, or when your frontend TLS certificates expire. These logs are sent to your Scaleway Cockpit and you can browse them via the dedicated LB Logs Overview dashboard. They provide information not only on the changes in state of backend servers, but also the reasons for these changes. With these logs, you will be equipped to properly troubleshoot backend server issues.

    Read more about Load Balancer logs in our documentation.

  • Transactional Email
    Added

    Domain reputation score

    We have recently introduced domain reputation score. Every domain within your Organization has a score, reflecting its overall health. The higher the score, the better the delivery performance for your domain. Refer to our documentation for guidelines on maintaining a favorable reputation score.

  • Transactional Email
    Added

    Email Flags

    Get more information on your email delivery issues with flags. Whether it is a hard bounce, soft bounce, mailbox full, or other issues, these flags provide immediate insights into the reasons behind delivery failures.

    You can filter on these flags via the API and from the Email activity tab of your Transactional Email domain in the Scaleway console.

    For more information, refer to the flags concept page or the documentation on how to manage your email activity.

  • Kubernetes
    Changed

    Bumped Linux kernel to 6.2.0-36

    Worker nodes running Kubernetes version 1.28.x have been upgraded to kernel version 6.2.0-36. This change will automatically apply to new nodes and will take effect on existing nodes upon their next reboot.

  • Apple silicon
    Deprecated

    fr-par-1 is disabled in the API

    For Apple Silicon M1 servers, requests to /apple-silicon/v1alpha1/zones/fr-par-1/* will no longer receive responses. All requests should now go to the PAR-3 AZ, using /apple-silicon/v1alpha1/zones/fr-par-3/*.

  • Object Storage
    Added

    New bucket policy version allowing to set up granular access to ressources is now in GA!

    With version 2023-04-17 of bucket policies, you can grant users and applications granular permissions to specific buckets and objects. Check out our documentation to discover this new bucket policy version , and learn how to combine IAM and bucket policies to set up granular access to Object Storage!

  • Cockpit
    Added

    Traces are now available in beta

    Along with metrics and logs, you can now push and pull traces from your Cockpit. Gain real-time insights and trace the heartbeat of your system with our new traces feature, based on Grafana Tempo.

    Read our documentation to find out how to start using our traces feature.

  • Transactional Email
    Added

    Transactional Email now supports the SMTP login method

    Scaleway's Transactional Email now supports the SMTP LOGIN authentication method. This new feature allows our users to benefit from an additional authentication option to secure their SMTP communications.

  • Console
    Added

    CLI-Console

    New feature: Our integrated console CLI works with WebAssembly and uses your console credentials to offer you a seamless CLI experience without installing anything on your machine. Benefit from enhanced output formatting and discover a new way to manage your Scaleway resources. You can also install it natively on your local machine, as we support Windows, macOS, and Linux.

    See our product documentation for more information.

  • Load Balancers
    Added

    Load Balancer is now available in WAW3 AZ

    We are happy to announce that the Scaleway Load Balancer service is now available in the new WAW3 (Warsaw 3) Availability Zone, providing you with more location options when building your service.

  • Containers
    Changed

    Serverless Containers triggers are now in General Availability

    Serverless Containers now officially support triggers from NATS and SQS queues. This new feature makes it easier for developers to build effective event-driven patterns. This allows architectural flexibility to maintain scalable, decoupled systems, leveraging the power of NATS and SQS.

  • Functions
    Changed

    Serverless Functions triggers are now in General Availability

    Serverless Functions now officially support triggers from NATS and SQS queues. This new feature makes it easier for developers to build effective event-driven patterns. This allows architectural flexibility to maintain scalable, decoupled systems, leveraging the power of NATS and SQS.

  • Kubernetes
    Removed

    Scaleway Kubernetes products no longer support Kubernetes 1.22

    Clusters using the Kubernetes 1.22 version will be automatically upgraded to the Kubernetes 1.23 version on October 16th, 2023. Find more details in our version support policy.

  • Kubernetes
    Added

    Support for Kubernetes Kapsule multi-AZ setup

    Enhance your cluster resilience by adding pools in multiple Availability Zones (AZs), and distributing workloads across at least two AZs.

    Scaleway's Console, API, CLI, and Terraform now all support multi-AZ Kubernetes Kapsule clusters.

    Instructions are available in our reference documentation. Step-by-step guidance also provided in our complete Terraform tutorial.

    Pre-requisite: Kubernetes Kapsule cluster connection to a Private Network.

  • Messaging and Queuing
    Changed

    Messaging and Queuing is now in General Availability

    Messaging and Queuing is Scaleway's message broker solution that allows you to send messages and trigger events between your cloud resources.

    The service supports 3 protocols: NATS, SQS and SNS (the latter is still in Public Beta). Messaging and Queuing is serverless-based, so you can run it without worrying about provisioning and you only pay for what you use.

    The Messaging and Queuing features are available via the Scaleway console, the CLI and Terraform.

    Your existing resources will need to be migrated, as communicated to all beta users.

    Find out about Messaging and Queuing in our dedicated documentation. If you have any questions, reach out to the team on the #messaging-queuing community Slack channel.

  • Object Storage
    Added

    Our Amsterdam region is now multi-AZ by design for hot storage!

    The multi-AZ Standard class is now available in the Amsterdam region, ensuring the resiliency of your data across 3 Availability Zones (AZ) for all new objects uploaded in Standard class from now on. This is our second region to support multi-AZ by design and to offer 99,9% of availability SLA, after the Paris region. Check out our FAQ for more information.

  • Containers
    Added

    Trigger private containers from Messaging and Queuing (SQS/NATS)

    It is now possible to create SQS and NATS triggers on private containers.

    Note

    For now, changing the privacy of a container from public to private will require you to delete and recreate the existing triggers.

  • Functions
    Added

    Trigger private functions from Messaging and Queuing (SQS/NATS)

    It is now possible to create SQS and NATS triggers on private functions.

    Note

    For now, changing the privacy of a function from public to private will require you to delete and recreate the existing triggers.

  • Kubernetes
    Added

    Cloud Controller Manager now supports Private Load Balancers

    Private Load Balancers let you balance internal traffic or make your internal services highly available without being exposed to the internet.

    Kubernetes users can now use the scw-loadbalancer-private annotation on their services. Load Balancers are public if this annotation is unset or false. Find the Cloud Controller Manager documentation here

  • Kubernetes
    Added

    Disable public IPs of your node pools (full isolation)

    Kapsule clusters can now keep or remove public IPs for new node pools!

    Two options:

    • default - controlled isolation: nodes get private endpoints and keep their public IPs, protected behind a security group (dropping inbound traffic)
    • full isolation: nodes have only private IPs (Public Gateway required, single egress IP)

    The option is immutable after pool creation. Both isolation modes can be used in the same cluster.

    The feature is now available in Scaleway Console (new node pools), Scaleway API, CLI and Terraform (public_ip_disabled)

    Find more details on our reference documentation.

  • Kubernetes
    Deprecated

    Kapsule clusters with only public IPs

    Hardening security is a top priority.

    Effective now, every new Kapsule cluster is required to have a (free) Private Network attached.

    Starting this deprecation cycle, existing Kapsule clusters must be connected to a Private Network.

    The default worker nodes' isolation configuration will keep public IPs for nodes to access the Internet, and add private endpoints for resources to communicate securely. Security groups aren't overridden at migration and RR wildcard DNS still point to public IPs.

    More information on the migration steps is provided in our reference documentation.

  • IoT Hub
    Changed

    New IoT platform server Certificate Authority

    The Certificate Authority used by all MQTT TLS connections to IoT Hubs has been updated.

    As described in our Certificate Authority update documentation, the migration.iot.fr-par.scw.cloud endpoint is no longer valid.

  • Document Databases
    Added

    Document Database is available in Public Beta

    Scaleway’s Document Database allows you to store and query data using a MongoDB® compatible API, relying on FerretDB and PostgreSQL as storage engines. Enjoy automatic backups, scaling, monitoring and much more.

  • Apple silicon
    Changed

    macOS Ventura 13 now available!

    Mac mini M1 is now installed with macOS Ventura 13 by default.

  • Functions
    Added

    You can now test functions from the Scaleway console!

    The new function Test feature allows you to run your code directly from the Scaleway console using a selection of methods, to make sure it behaves as expected. For more information, refer to the dedicated documentation.

  • Functions
    Changed

    New function creation workflow available

    The new function creation workflow allows you to easily create a namespace and function in 2 clicks. For more information, refer to the documentation on how to create a function.

  • Secret Manager
    Added

    Secret Path - Organize your secrets using folders

    You can now organize secrets into folders and subfolders for better management. This allows you to efficiently categorize and locate your secrets based on applications, environments, or other criteria.

  • Messaging and Queuing
    Added

    Messaging and Queuing metrics available in Cockpit

    Cockpit integration is available for SQS, NATS & SNS. Refer to our product documentation to find out how to monitor your Messaging and queuing metrics.

  • Load Balancers
    Deprecated

    Static attachment is no longer available

    With the release of VPCs and their managed DHCP feature, we are reworking the way resources are attached to a Private Network, in order to offer a bullet-proof experience. To this end, the static attachment mode that allowed for manual configuration of an IP address when attaching a Load Balancer to a Private Network from the Scaleway console, is no longer available. This mode is not in line with the all-new Private Network management engine Scaleway is working on, and could result in non working configurations. In removing static attachment mode, we are encouraging adoption of best practices that will future-proof your architectures. Simultaneously, we are also working on a set of new features to manage your IP addressing space more granularly.

    While the feature will no longer be available from the Scaleway console, it is still available in the API, though entering a deprecation cycle.

  • Load Balancers
    Added

    Private Load Balancers are now available!

    When creating a Load Balancer you can now choose whether you want it to be public (connected to the internet with a public IP address) or private (fully isolated from the internet and with no public IP address). Private Load Balancers let you balance internal traffic or make your internal services highly available without being exposed to the internet. Make sure you attach your private Load Balancer to a Private Network so your internal clients can access it. Read more about private Load Balancers in our documentation.

  • PostgreSQL and MySQL
    Added

    Cross Availability Zone Read Replicas are now available!

    The Cross-AZ Read Replica feature ensures your data is replicated in a dedicated read-only node, which is located in another AZ within the same Region as your main node.

    For more information, refer to the How to create Read Replicas documentation page.

  • Object Storage
    Added

    Access logs now available in the Paris region

    Starting today, access logs are now available in Cockpit for the Paris region! This enhancement will provide you with even greater visibility and control over your data.

    Access logs are invaluable tools that record detailed information about every interaction with your objects in the Object Storage service. These logs include essential data such as who accessed your objects, when they accessed them, and from which IP address. With access logs enabled, you can gain deeper insights into how your data is being used, and enhance your security and compliance efforts.

  • Transactional Email
    Added

    The Scaleway blackhole MX is now available!

    Scaleway has implemented a blackhole MX server you can use with Transactional Email, to prevent your emails from being rejected by recipient servers. This happens when you have no MX record or when you have configured a null MX record. Find out how to configure Scaleway's MX.

  • Instances
    Added

    Stardust Learning Instances available in WAW-2

    We are excited to share that our Stardust Learning Instances are now available in the WAW2 (Warsaw 2) region! This expansion provides you with even more options for deploying your Instances.

  • Load Balancers
    Added

    Load Balancer is now available in AMS3 AZ

    We are happy to announce that the Scaleway Load Balancer service is now available in the new AMS3 (Amsterdam 3) Availability Zone, providing you with more location options when building your service.

  • Kubernetes
    Changed

    Kapsule and Kosmos clusters have a new limit on first offer.

    Starting September 1st 2023, Kapsule and Kosmos clusters are limited to 150 nodes maximum on first offer. However, to go beyond 150 nodes, Scaleway offers a range of dedicated control planes to cater to a wide range of use-cases. Refer to our Kubernetes control plane offers overview for more information.

  • Kubernetes
    Added

    Dedicated control plane offers are now available!

    Dedicated control planes are now generally available for Kapsule and Kosmos! Boost your Kubernetes performance thanks to our dedicated control planes, available with 4, 8 or 16GB RAM. An exclusive resource to orchestrate mission-critical, at scale and production workloads, highly available with a 99.5% uptime SLA!

    Dedicated control planes are available in the Scaleway console, the CLI, and Terraform. Refer to our documentation for more information.

  • Object Storage
    Fixed

    Migration to Hive backend is completed!

    All Regions are now fully migrated on the Hive backend. This important milestone is the cornerstone of our performance plan for Object Storage and will be followed by the deployment of the new gateway.

  • Kubernetes
    Added

    Kubernetes version 1.28 is now available!

    Scaleway managed Kubernetes products now support the latest minor version 1.28 Planternetes.

    Patch versions 1.27.3, 1.27.4, 1.26.6, 1.26.7, 1.25.11, 1.25.12, 1.24.15, 1.24.16 have also been released.

    Read our version support policy for more information.

  • Kubernetes
    Added

    New Availability Zone WAW-3 🇵🇱 supported by Kapsule and Kosmos

    To support our customers in the Central European region, Kapsule and Kosmos clusters can have node pools in our new data center located in Warsaw, Poland.

  • Kubernetes
    Changed

    Bumped images to Ubuntu 22.04 and 6.2 kernel

    Starting from Kubernetes version 1.28.0, worker nodes are now using Ubuntu 22.04 and 6.2 kernel.

  • Messaging and Queuing
    Deprecated

    SQS and SNS namespace creation

    To pave the way for the new Messaging and Queuing API, it is no longer possible to create more than one SQS/SNS namespace per Project.

  • PostgreSQL and MySQL
    Added

    Read Replica promotion is now available!

    You can now promote a Read Replica node to a standalone Database Instance. This is useful for database failure recovery or sharding.

    For more information, refer to the How to manage Read Replica documentation page.

  • Cockpit
    Changed

    Cockpit feature request is completed

    We are happy to announce that we closed one of the most wanted features at Scaleway (open since Jan. 21). Almost every Scaleway products are available in Cockpit for metrics and/or logs. New features and capabilities will be added to the product. Refer to our product documentation to see what is already available or planned.

    For all future feature requirements, we encourage you to open a specific feature request of what you need to integrate into Cockpit.

  • Instances
    Added

    New Availability Zone WAW-3

    We are excited to introduce our latest Availability Zone (AZ), WAW-3, located in Warsaw, Poland.

    WAW-3 is now fully operational, providing enhanced accessibility and proximity to support our customers in the Central European region. This comes as the latest development in our commitment to offer an ever-resilient and high-performing cloud infrastructure. Deploy your Instances in WAW-3 now to experience unmatched performance, reliability, and data sovereignty.

  • Redis™
    Changed

    Managed database for Redis now supports the default username

    You can now use the default username on your managed database for Redis. This enables some software integrations where specific usernames are not supported. Anonymous connection remains unavailable.

  • PostgreSQL and MySQL
    Added

    Managed Database now support PostgreSQL 15

    This PostgreSQL release brings many improvements. For more information, refer to the PostgreSQL release notes.

  • PostgreSQL and MySQL
    Added

    New Cost-optimized and Production-optimized offers

    Our Managed Databases offer is complemented with some new Cost-Optimized nodes and the new Production-Optimized range.

  • Instances
    Fixed

    Zenbleed incident response

    We have successfully mitigated the Zenbleed vulnerability affecting AMD processors across our DEV1, GP1, and VC Instance offerings. The patching process has been completed, and all impacted Instances have been updated. While the security issue has been addressed, it is possible that some users may notice minor performance impacts. For further information, please refer to our blog post.

  • Containers
    Added

    Triggers for Serverless Containers in Beta

    Serverless Containers can now be triggered from message queues hosted in Messaging and Queuing SQS namespaces. Simply add an SQS Trigger from the console and when a new message is sent to the queue, it will trigger your Containers on the / path.

  • Instances
    Added

    New Availability Zone AMS-3

    We are excited to introduce our latest Availability Zone (AZ), AMS-3, located in Amsterdam, Netherlands.

    AMS-3 is now fully operational, providing enhanced accessibility and proximity to support our customers in the Benelux region. This comes as the latest development in our commitment to offer an ever-resilient and high-performing cloud infrastructure. Deploy your Instances in AMS-3 now to experience unmatched performance, reliability, and data sovereignty.

  • Kubernetes
    Added

    New Availability Zone AMS-3 🇳🇱 supported by Kapsule and Kosmos

    Kapsule and Kosmos clusters can have node pools in our new data center in Amsterdam, Netherlands.

  • Kubernetes
    Added

    Kapsule and Kosmos control plane metrics and logs are available in Cockpit!

    Your control plane metrics and logs are now provided in Cockpit by default, allowing you to monitor all managed components with actionable insights. Read our Cockpit Reference Documentation to find out which other products are integrated into Cockpit.

  • Kubernetes
    Added

    A new Kubernetes operator to support all GPU pools is available!

    NVIDIA's GPU operator is installed by default on all new GPU pools, automatically bringing required software on your GPU worker nodes.

    Find out how to activate or configure the operator in the documentation.

  • VPC
    Changed

    Virtual Private Cloud is now in General Availability

    VPC allows you to quickly and seamlessly secure all your application architecture's resources from external networks. Additionally, your infrastructure will benefit from improved resiliency as VPC is now regionalized across the Availability Zones by default.

    • By default, each region will have at least one VPC. You can create more if needed
    • Each VPC can have multiple Private Networks, each with its own distinct CIDR blocks
    • VPC will now include a DHCP server for each Private Network
  • Public Gateways
    Changed

    Public Gateway is changing

    With the release of VPC in GA, Public Gateway no longer supports the DHCP server. Public Gateway now focuses on its primary functions such as:

    • Internet access: allowing external traffic to access the internal resources of a Private Network
    • NAT-Gateway: distributing requests to the right IP addresses
    • SSH Bastion: allowing and monitoring SSH connections
    • Local DNS server: customizing resource names on the Private Network

    See our dedicated documentation for full details.

  • Secret Manager
    Added

    Secret Manager metrics are now available in Cockpit

    Secret Manager metrics are now displayed in Cockpit by default, allowing you to have more control over your metrics. Read our documentation to find out which other products are integrated into Cockpit.

  • Kubernetes
    Removed

    Kubernetes 1.21 is no longer supported on our Kubernetes products

    Clusters using this specific version will automatically be upgraded to 1.22 on July 17th, 2023. Find more details in our version support policy.

  • Load Balancers
    Added

    Backends now have the console experience they deserve

    We have completely redesigned the backend management experience in the console:

    • The Load Balancer creation process has been streamlined
    • The backend management pages have been completely reorganized to provide a clearer and more consistent experience
    • You now have access to many backend configuration settings that were previously only available through API

    On top of this we have taken the opportunity to introduce 2 new features:

    • Backend protection allows limiting the number of sessions on backend servers
    • Backend retry logic allows fine tuning how to retry failed connections to backend servers

    For more information you can have a look at our updated reference documentation.

  • Dedibox
    Added

    Proxmox 8 is now available on Dedibox

    You can now find the newly released Proxmox 8 when installing your Dedibox server.

  • Elastic Metal
    Added

    Proxmox 8 is now available on Elastic Metal

    You can now find the newly released Proxmox 8 when installing your Elastic Metal server.

  • Instances
    Fixed

    Bug in Debian Bookworm image fixed

    New Debian 12 Bookworm image has been released which fixes the wrong user configuration made by the custom-built upstream cloud-init 23.2.

    It now uses the official Debian Unstable cloud-init package.

    Users who want to fix their existing Instances may follow this guide.

  • Elastic Metal
    Added

    Debian 12 Bookworm is now available for your Elastic Metal servers

    You can now find the newly released Debian 12 Bookworm when installing your Elastic Metal server.

  • Kubernetes
    Added

    Kubernetes Patch Releases

    In order to guarantee service security and stability, Scaleway recommends you apply the following patch releases as soon as possible to all your Kubernetes clusters:

    • 1.27.2
    • 1.26.5
    • 1.25.10
    • 1.24.14
  • Containers
    Changed

    Serverless Containers logs and metrics are now available in Cockpit!

    Serverless Containers logs and metrics are now displayed in Cockpit by default, allowing you to have more control over your logs and metrics. Read our documentation to find out which other products are integrated into Cockpit.

  • Containers
    Changed

    Set resources independently

    You can now set memory and vCPU resources independently. Hence benefiting from more control over the resource you allocate to your Serverless Containers

  • Functions
    Changed

    Serverless Functions logs and metrics are available in Cockpit!

    Serverless Functions logs and metrics are now displayed in Cockpit by default, allowing you to have more control over your logs and metrics. Read our documentation to find out which other products are integrated into Cockpit.

  • Instances
    Added

    Debian Bookworm is now available for your Instances

    A new addition to our list of supported OS images for your Instances: Debian 12 Bookworm, released on June 10th, 2023 is available now!

  • Cockpit
    Added

    Cockpit Launch

    Cockpit is now available in General Availability. Cockpit is a monitoring and alerting solution designed for multi-source observability. Cockpit allows you to collect, store, and analyze metrics and logs from Scaleway, your applications, or any other cloud providers.

  • Instances
    Added

    New Production-Optimized and Workload-Optimized Instances available - POP2, POP2-HC, POP2-HM

    POP2, POP2-HC, and POP2-HM are our new reliable, high-performance Instances with dedicated vCPU for the most demanding workloads and mission-critical applications. Choose the vCPU/RAM ratio that best matches your workload's specific requirements, whether it's general purpose (POP2), High CPU (POP2-HC), or High Memory (POP2-HM).

    These new Instances are currently available in:

    • fr-par1
    • fr-par-2
    • nl-ams-1
    • nl-ams-2
    • pl-waw-2
    • fr-par-3 will follow in the coming weeks.

    Learn more about POP2, POP2-HC and POP2-HM Instances.

  • Load Balancers
    Removed

    SNI routes to HTTP backends are no longer supported

    Following our deprecation notice, it is no longer possible to create and use SNI routes with HTTP backends in Scaleway Load Balancer. The HTTP Host header route type must now be used instead.

    All Load Balancers that were still using SNI routes with HTTP backends on June 1st have now been automatically updated to use the HTTP Host header route instead.

    For more information please refer to our product documentation.

  • Elastic Metal
    Added

    EM-I210E-NVME launch

    Introducing EM-I210E-NVME High-Performance NVMe-Powered Bare Metal in the new Iridium Range of Elastic Metal! 🚀

    Key Specifications:

    • Processor: AMD EPYC™ 7313P (16 cores, 3.0 GHz)
    • Storage: 2 × 1.92 TB SSD NVMe
    • RAM: 128 GB
    • Bandwidth: 1 Gbps (Public), 10 Gbps (Private)
    • Price: €239.99/month or €0.667/hour
    • Availability Zones: PAR-1, PAR-2

    Designed for professionals, this high-performance server is here to elevate your computing experience. Experience lightning-fast data processing with NVMe storage and enjoy 10 Gbps private bandwidth for seamless communication!

  • Kubernetes
    Changed

    New program to add external nodes to Kosmos clusters

    Kubernetes Kosmos lets you provision external nodes seamlessly with its new agent, bringing various security fixes, ARM and Debian support, and using a new IAM permission.

    Find out more information on the Kosmos documentation.

  • Load Balancers
    Deprecated

    Regional Load Balancer API is deprecated

    The regional Load Balancer API is now deprecated and is no longer maintained by Scaleway. From now on, the zoned API must be used instead. With the exception of zoning, this API is identical to the previous version.

    When using this API through Kapsule, Terraform, the SCW CLI or another official open source tool, a tool update is required.

    If you encounter any problems with this migration, don't hesitate to contact us on the #load-balancer channel of the Scaleway Community Slack.

  • Cockpit
    Added

    Grafana has been updated to Grafana 9.5.2

    Grafana has been updated to Grafana 9.5.2 🚀🎉 Find out what is new in Grafana 9.5 on the official Grafana documentation.

    Learn more about using your own Grafana with Grafana with Scaleway's datasource in the Using your own Grafana with Cockpit documentation page.

  • Kubernetes
    Added

    Kubernetes Kapsule is now available on Private Networks

    By default, every new Kubernetes Kapsule cluster created from the Scaleway console is now attached to a Private Network, free of charge, fully configured, and supported on Terraform and CLI. Migrate now your public Kubernetes clusters from the Scaleway Console.

    Find out more information on the Kubernetes Private Network documentation

  • Kubernetes
    Changed

    Enable or disable SSH

    Kubernetes Kapsule nodes come now pre-installed with an SSH server that a security group protects. This SSH server is intended solely for debugging purposes. To activate or deactivate the SSH server on your nodes, refer to the documentation for detailed instructions.

  • Functions
    Added

    Functions Triggers in Beta

    Functions can now be triggered from Message Queues hosted in Messaging and Queuing SQS namespaces. Simply add an SQS Trigger from the console and when a new message is sent to the queue, it will trigger your function.

  • Functions
    Added

    Serverless Python API Framework now supports offline testing

    The Python-API-Framework enables you to create and deploy Python Serverless Functions using only Python code. It now supports local testing with the command scw-serverless dev app.py. For more information and examples check the project's documentation

  • Messaging and Queuing
    Added

    SQS queue creation available in the console

    Creating queues is now directly available from your SQS namespace in the Scaleway console. You can create one, configure its delivery and message parameters, and then start sending messages to it.

  • PostgreSQL and MySQL
    Added

    Managed Databases now support IPAM

    Managed Databases now support IPAM integration.

  • Transactional Email
    Changed

    Transactional Email is in General Availability!

    Scaleway Transactional Email is now in General Availability! Transactional Email is a fully managed solution dedicated to sending your transactional emails. Check out our dedicated documentation for more information.

  • Kubernetes
    Added

    Kubernetes version 1.27 is now available!

    Scaleway Kubernetes products now support the latest minor version 1.27 "Chill Vibes". Read our version support policy for more information.

  • Secret Manager
    Added

    Secret Manager is now in General Availability

    Secret Manager is now in General Availability.

    For more information, refer to the Secret Manager product documentation or the Secret Manager product website

  • Functions
    Added

    NodeJS 20 is available in beta

    A new runtime has been added:

    • Node20 in beta. It includes the latest version of nodeJs as well as all the improvements that were added to node19.
  • Functions
    Deprecated

    Node19 runtime is deprecated

    Node19 is now deprecated as it is no longer maintained by the nodeJs team.

  • Transactional Email
    Added

    Addition of an SMTP host and ports in Terraform

    We have added an SMTP host and ports in the tem_domain Terraform resource.

  • Transactional Email
    Added

    New email alerts from Transactional Email for account activities

    Transactional Email now sends alerts for quotas, abnormal activity, and domain addition.

  • Transactional Email
    Added

    A management policy for improving domain reputation is available!

    Find out how we protect the reputation of your domain with progressive emailing!

  • Transactional Email
    Added

    New IAM permission set for Transactional Email

    We have integrated the following IAM permissions, allowing separate management of emails and domains on Transactional Email:

    • TransactionalEmailDomainFullAccess
    • TransactionalEmailDomainReadyOnly
    • TransactionalEmailEmailFullAccess
    • TransactionalEmailEmailReadyOnly
  • Transactional Email
    Added

    Send emails via Terraform using Transactional Email and Serverless!

    Find out