Kubernetes Blog

Wednesday, March 29, 2017

Five Days of Kubernetes 1.6

With the help of our growing community of 1,110 plus contributors, we pushed around 5,000 commits to deliver Kubernetes 1.6, bringing focus on multi-user, multi-workloads at scale. While many improvements have been contributed, we selected few features to highlight in a series of in-depths posts listed below. 

Follow along and read what’s new:

|| Five Days of Kubernetes| |-|-| | Day 1 | Dynamic Provisioning and Storage Classes in Kubernetes Stable in 1.6 | | Day 2 | Scalability updates in Kubernetes 1.6 | | Day 3 | Advanced Scheduling in Kubernetes 1.6 | | Day 4 | Configuring Private DNS Zones and Upstream Nameservers in Kubernetes | |Day 5 | RBAC support in Kubernetes |

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