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Five Days of Kubernetes 1.3

Last week we released Kubernetes 1.3, two years from the day when the first Kubernetes commit was pushed to GitHub. Now 30,000+ commits later from over 800 contributors, this 1.3 releases is jam packed with updates driven by feedback from users.

While many new improvements and features have been added in the latest release, we’ll be highlighting several that stand-out. Follow along and read these in-depth posts on what’s new and how we continue to make Kubernetes the best way to manage containers at scale. 

| Day 1 |

* Minikube: easily run Kubernetes locally * rktnetes: brings rkt container engine to Kubernetes | | Day 2 | * Autoscaling in Kubernetes
* Partner post: Kubernetes in Rancher, the further evolution | | Day 3 | * Deploying thousand instances of Cassandra using Pet Set
* Partner post: Stateful Applications in Containers, by Diamanti | | Day 4 | * Cross Cluster Services
* Partner post: Citrix and NetScaler CPX | | Day 5 | * Dashboard - Full Featured Web Interface for Kubernetes
* Partner post: Steering an Automation Platform at Wercker with Kubernetes | | Bonus | * Updates to Performance and Scalability |


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