Posts in 2018

  • Tips for Your First Kubecon Presentation - Part 2

    Friday, October 26, 2018 in Blog

    Author: Michael Gasch (VMware) Hello and welcome back to the second and final part about tips for KubeCon first-time speakers. If you missed the last post, please give it a read here. The Day before the Show Tip #13 - Get enough sleep. I don't know …

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  • Tips for Your First Kubecon Presentation - Part 1

    Thursday, October 18, 2018 in Blog

    Author: Michael Gasch (VMware) First of all, let me congratulate you to this outstanding achievement. Speaking at KubeCon, especially if it's your first time, is a tremendous honor and experience. Well done! Congrats to everyone who got Kubecon talks …

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  • Kubernetes 2018 North American Contributor Summit

    Tuesday, October 16, 2018 in Blog

    Authors: Bob Killen (University of Michigan) Sahdev Zala (IBM), Ihor Dvoretskyi (CNCF) The 2018 North American Kubernetes Contributor Summit to be hosted right before KubeCon + CloudNativeCon Seattle is shaping up to be the largest yet. It is an …

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  • 2018 Steering Committee Election Results

    Monday, October 15, 2018 in Blog

    Authors: Jorge Castro (Heptio), Ihor Dvoretskyi (CNCF), Paris Pittman (Google) Results The Kubernetes Steering Committee Election is now complete and the following candidates came ahead to secure two year terms that start immediately: Aaron …

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  • Topology-Aware Volume Provisioning in Kubernetes

    Thursday, October 11, 2018 in Blog

    Author: Michelle Au (Google) The multi-zone cluster experience with persistent volumes is improving in Kubernetes 1.12 with the topology-aware dynamic provisioning beta feature. This feature allows Kubernetes to make intelligent decisions when …

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  • Kubernetes v1.12: Introducing RuntimeClass

    Wednesday, October 10, 2018 in Blog

    Author: Tim Allclair (Google) Kubernetes originally launched with support for Docker containers running native applications on a Linux host. Starting with rkt in Kubernetes 1.3 more runtimes were coming, which lead to the development of the Container …

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  • Introducing Volume Snapshot Alpha for Kubernetes

    Tuesday, October 09, 2018 in Blog

    Author: Jing Xu (Google) Xing Yang (Huawei), Saad Ali (Google) Kubernetes v1.12 introduces alpha support for volume snapshotting. This feature allows creating/deleting volume snapshots, and the ability to create new volumes from a snapshot natively …

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  • Support for Azure VMSS, Cluster-Autoscaler and User Assigned Identity

    Monday, October 08, 2018 in Blog

    Author: Krishnakumar R (KK) (Microsoft), Pengfei Ni (Microsoft) Introduction With Kubernetes v1.12, Azure virtual machine scale sets (VMSS) and cluster-autoscaler have reached their General Availability (GA) and User Assigned Identity is available as …

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  • Introducing the Non-Code Contributor’s Guide

    Thursday, October 04, 2018 in Blog

    Author: Noah Abrahams (InfoSiftr), Jonas Rosland (VMware), Ihor Dvoretskyi (CNCF) It was May 2018 in Copenhagen, and the Kubernetes community was enjoying the contributor summit at KubeCon/CloudNativeCon, complete with the first run of the New …

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  • KubeDirector: The easy way to run complex stateful applications on Kubernetes

    Wednesday, October 03, 2018 in Blog

    Author: Thomas Phelan (BlueData) KubeDirector is an open source project designed to make it easy to run complex stateful scale-out application clusters on Kubernetes. KubeDirector is built using the custom resource definition (CRD) framework and …

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