Release Notes Konvoy 1.7.2

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D2iQ® Konvoy® version 1.7.2 was released on 8 April, 2021.

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Release summary

This release provides new features and enhancements to improve the user experience, fix reported issues, integrate changes from previous releases, and maintain compatibility and support for other packages used in Konvoy.

Supported versions

Kubernetes Support Version
Minimum 1.17.x
Maximum 1.19.x
Default 1.19.9

NOTE: If you are upgrading to 1.7.2 with FIPS mode enabled, see the Upgrading Konvoy Knowledge Base article before beginning.

New features and capabilities


  • Fix a cluster configuration validation error that marked AWS GovCloud KMS ARNs invalid. (COPS-6884)
  • Validate that Konvoy is not being run from a host in the Kubernetes cluster. (COPS-6878)


  • Fix a bug where running konvoy in AWS may destroy machines when subnetIDs are specified and the cluster is deployed in multiple Availability Zones. (COPS-6816)


  • Properly handle relative SSH key path in the inventory.yaml file. (COPS-6889)

Disable Calico Encapsulation

  • Allow for setting spec.containerNetworking.calico.encapsulation to none to disable Calico encapsulation. (COPS-6836)

Component versions

  • Ansible
  • Calico 3.17.3
  • Cluster-autoscaler v0.4.0
  • Containerd v1.3.9
  • Docker v19.03.15
  • Go 1.15.8
  • Helm v3.3.5
  • kubeaddons-dispatch stable-1.19-1.4.1
  • kubeaddons-kommander stable-1.19-1.3.2
  • kubernetes-base-addons stable-1.19-3.4.1
  • Kubernetes v1.19.9
  • Kubeaddons v0.24.1
  • Mitogen a60c6c14a2473c895162a1b58a81bad0e63d1718
  • Terraform v0.13.5
  • Terraform AWS plugin ~> 3.0
  • Terraform Azure plugin ~> 2.31

Additional resources

For information about installing and using Konvoy, see the Konvoy documentation.

For information about working with native Kubernetes, see the Kubernetes documentation.