Official releases are usually created when the developers feel there are sufficient changes, improvements and bug fixes to warrant a release. Due to the voluntary nature of Solr, no releases are scheduled in advance.
The suggested method of installing the Solr Operator in your Kubernetes cluster is via the provided Helm chart. Source releases are provided for the operator, however binaries are only provided via the official Docker Image.
Solr Operator v0.4.0 is the most recent Apache Solr Operator release.
Solr Operator v0.3.0 is the last release in the v0.3.x series.
0.3.0as the version of the Helm Chart.
The above source release files should be verified using the PGP signatures and the project release KEYS. See verification instructions for a description of using the PGP and KEYS files for verification. SHA checksums are also provided as alternative verification method.
solr-operator-VERSION.tgz file contains the full source code for that version, where
VERSION is the version number of
the release, e.g.
Helm Charts do not allow a v prefix in the version, so that is the only version in the Solr Operator release corpus that does not use it.
The Apache Solr Operator is under active development with frequent feature releases on the current minor version.
It is still in the beta phase, and working towards its
The previous minor version will see occasional critical security- or bug fixes releases.
Older versions are considered EOL (End Of Life) and will not be further
updated. For this reason it may also be difficult to obtain community support for EOL versions.
Large changes or changes that break compatibility with existing functionality are normally only included in the next minor version.
v1.0.0 release, large changes that break compatibility will be reserved for major version changes.
|v0.4.x||Current minor version for feature releases (STABLE)|
|v0.3.x||Previous minor version may sometimes receive critical bugfix releases|
|v0.5||Next minor version, yet to be released (UNSTABLE)|
|<v0.3.0||All older versions are End Of Life (EOL)|
For more about versions and upgrading the Solr Operator, see the Upgrade Notes page in the documentation.
The official Solr Operator Docker image contains
LICENSE information in the
This is different from the source release
NOTICE files, so make sure to familiarize yourself when using the image.