We are very excited about introducing Krill 0.5.0 'Serve No Turf'. This release is a major step forward for the project, improving the installation, onboarding, interoperability and usability of Krill.
The most prominent change you will notice is that Krill now offers a multi-language user interface, allowing you to set up a Certificate Authority, perform the parent exchanges with one or more Regional and National Internet Registries, configure a publication server and manage Route Origin Authorisations (ROAs).
But the UI is not the only major change in version 0.5.0. The documentation received an overhaul, clearly laying out every aspect of the software. Krill can now be installed from a new Linux machine in just seven steps, greatly simplifying the process. You can them immediately start using it using either the UI, CLI or API. Lastly, Krill now also offers a Prometheus monitoring end point.
Finally, we ironed out some interoperability issues with ARIN and APNIC, ensuring Krill works reliably with all RIRs. We wish to thank Cynthia Revström for the fantastic help she provided in ironing out some issues we found when setting up Krill under ARIN.
You can find out more about the development and features in our blog post.
- Release notes
- Evolving Krill - A blog post about the latest features in Krill 0.5.0
- Krill Github repository
- Lagosta Github repository
- Krill Documentation
- NLnet Labs RPKI Tools