Posts in 2020

  • My exciting journey into Kubernetes’ history

    Thursday, May 28, 2020 in Blog

    Author: Sascha Grunert, SUSE Software Solutions Editor's note: Sascha is part of SIG Release and is working on many other different container runtime related topics. Feel free to reach him out on Twitter @saschagrunert. A story of data science-ing …

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  • An Introduction to the K8s-Infrastructure Working Group

    Wednesday, May 27, 2020 in Blog

    Author: Kiran "Rin" Oliver Storyteller, Kubernetes Upstream Marketing Team An Introduction to the K8s-Infrastructure Working Group Welcome to part one of a new series introducing the K8s-Infrastructure working group! When Kubernetes was …

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  • WSL+Docker: Kubernetes on the Windows Desktop

    Thursday, May 21, 2020 in Blog

    Authors: Nuno do Carmo Docker Captain and WSL Corsair; Ihor Dvoretskyi, Developer Advocate, Cloud Native Computing Foundation Introduction New to Windows 10 and WSL2, or new to Docker and Kubernetes? Welcome to this blog post where we will install …

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  • How Docs Handle Third Party and Dual Sourced Content

    Wednesday, May 06, 2020 in Blog

    Author: Zach Corleissen, Cloud Native Computing Foundation Editor's note: Zach is one of the chairs for the Kubernetes documentation special interest group (SIG Docs). Late last summer, SIG Docs started a community conversation about third party …

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  • Introducing PodTopologySpread

    Tuesday, May 05, 2020 in Blog

    Author: Wei Huang (IBM), Aldo Culquicondor (Google) Managing Pods distribution across a cluster is hard. The well-known Kubernetes features for Pod affinity and anti-affinity, allow some control of Pod placement in different topologies. However, …

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  • Two-phased Canary Rollout with Open Source Gloo

    Wednesday, April 22, 2020 in Blog

    Author: Rick Ducott | GitHub | Twitter Every day, my colleagues and I are talking to platform owners, architects, and engineers who are using Gloo as an API gateway to expose their applications to end users. These applications may span legacy …

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  • How Kubernetes contributors are building a better communication process

    Tuesday, April 21, 2020 in Blog

    Authors: Paris Pittman "Perhaps we just need to use a different word. We may need to use community development or project advocacy as a word in the open source realm as opposed to marketing, and perhaps then people will realize that they need …

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  • Cluster API v1alpha3 Delivers New Features and an Improved User Experience

    Tuesday, April 21, 2020 in Blog

    Author: Daniel Lipovetsky (D2IQ) The Cluster API is a Kubernetes project to bring declarative, Kubernetes-style APIs to cluster creation, configuration, and management. It provides optional, additive functionality on top of core Kubernetes to manage …

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  • API Priority and Fairness Alpha

    Monday, April 06, 2020 in Blog

    Authors: Min Kim (Ant Financial), Mike Spreitzer (IBM), Daniel Smith (Google) This blog describes “API Priority And Fairness”, a new alpha feature in Kubernetes 1.18. API Priority And Fairness permits cluster administrators to divide the concurrency …

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  • Introducing Windows CSI support alpha for Kubernetes

    Friday, April 03, 2020 in Blog

    Authors: Authors: Deep Debroy [Docker], Jing Xu [Google], Krishnakumar R (KK) [Microsoft] The alpha version of CSI Proxy for Windows is being released with Kubernetes 1.18. CSI proxy enables CSI Drivers on Windows by allowing containers in Windows to …

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