Workload Manager 5.0.2 Release Notes

Release Date

First Published: May 17, 2019


  • December 13, 2019: Updated the Documentation section to include a list of pages that were updated.

Installation and Upgrade

See the Suite Admin 5.0.2 release notes to install or update the Workload Manager module.

When updating the Workload Manager module to 5.0.2, you must also update all instances of Cloud Remote running in your installation to the 5.0.2 release as explained in Cloud Remote (Conditional) > Update Cloud Remote. After the update to Workload Manager completes, if you have Cost Optimizer installed, you must also update that module. See Update Module for additional context.

Hardened Images

CloudCenter Suite 5.0.2 includes updates to harden images that are used to deploy the CloudCenter Suite.

To improve the CloudCenter Suite security posture, all provided images have been hardened. Hardening the images ensures that the CloudCenter Suite configuration is in accordance with industry best practices.


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The following documentation changes were implemented in CloudCenter Suite 5.0.2:

Known Issues

When attempting to terminate an application launched on a Kubernetes cloud accessed through Cloud Remote, the Workload Manager UI will show that the application has terminated but the deployments associated with each container tier in the application are still running in Kubernetes. Suggested workaround: From the job details page for the application you attempted to terminate, select the tiers tab. For each container tier, note the associated Kubernetes Workload ID and namespace as shown in the figures below.

After identifying these property values, use the kubectl command to delete the corresponding deployments in the target Kubernetes cloud.

Resolved Issues

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