Posts in 2023

  • Kubernetes 1.29: Cloud Provider Integrations Are Now Separate Components

    By Michael McCune (Red Hat), Andrew Sy Kim (Google) | Thursday, December 14, 2023 in Blog

    For Kubernetes v1.29, you need to use additional components to integrate your Kubernetes cluster with a cloud infrastructure provider. By default, Kubernetes v1.29 components abort if you try to specify integration with any cloud provider using one …

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  • Kubernetes v1.29: Mandala

    By Kubernetes v1.29 Release Team | Wednesday, December 13, 2023 in Blog

    Editors: Carol Valencia, Kristin Martin, Abigail McCarthy, James Quigley Announcing the release of Kubernetes v1.29: Mandala (The Universe), the last release of 2023! Similar to previous releases, the release of Kubernetes v1.29 introduces new …

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  • New Experimental Features in Gateway API v1.0

    By Candace Holman (Red Hat), Dave Protasowski (VMware), Gaurav K Ghildiyal (Google), John Howard (Google), Simone Rodigari (IBM) | Tuesday, November 28, 2023 in Blog

    Recently, the Gateway API announced its v1.0 GA release, marking a huge milestone for the project. Along with stabilizing some of the core functionality in the API, a number of exciting new experimental features have been added. Backend TLS Policy …

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  • Spotlight on SIG Testing

    By Sandipan Panda | Friday, November 24, 2023 in Blog

    Welcome to another edition of the SIG spotlight blog series, where we highlight the incredible work being done by various Special Interest Groups (SIGs) within the Kubernetes project. In this edition, we turn our attention to SIG Testing, a group …

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  • The Case for Kubernetes Resource Limits: Predictability vs. Efficiency

    By Milan Plžík (Grafana Labs) | Thursday, November 16, 2023 in Blog

    There’s been quite a lot of posts suggesting that not using Kubernetes resource limits might be a fairly useful thing (for example, For the Love of God, Stop Using CPU Limits on Kubernetes or Kubernetes: Make your services faster by removing CPU …

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  • Kubernetes Removals, Deprecations, and Major Changes in Kubernetes 1.29

    By Carol Valencia, Kristin Martin, Abigail McCarthy, James Quigley, Hosam Kamel | Thursday, November 16, 2023 in Blog

    As with every release, Kubernetes v1.29 will introduce feature deprecations and removals. Our continued ability to produce high-quality releases is a testament to our robust development cycle and healthy community. The following are some of the …

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  • Introducing SIG etcd

    By Han Kang (Google), Marek Siarkowicz (Google), Frederico Muñoz (SAS Institute) | Tuesday, November 07, 2023 in Blog

    Special Interest Groups (SIGs) are a fundamental part of the Kubernetes project, with a substantial share of the community activity happening within them. When the need arises, new SIGs can be created, and that was precisely what happened recently. …

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  • Kubernetes Contributor Summit: Behind-the-scenes

    By Frederico Muñoz (SAS Institute) | Friday, November 03, 2023 in Blog

    Every year, just before the official start of KubeCon+CloudNativeCon, there's a special event that has a very special place in the hearts of those organizing and participating in it: the Kubernetes Contributor Summit. To find out why, and to provide …

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  • Spotlight on SIG Architecture: Production Readiness

    By Frederico Muñoz (SAS Institute) | Thursday, November 02, 2023 in Blog

    This is the second interview of a SIG Architecture Spotlight series that will cover the different subprojects. In this blog, we will cover the SIG Architecture: Production Readiness subproject. In this SIG Architecture spotlight, we talked with …

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  • Gateway API v1.0: GA Release

    By Shane Utt (Kong), Nick Young (Isovalent), Rob Scott (Google) | Tuesday, October 31, 2023 in Blog

    On behalf of Kubernetes SIG Network, we are pleased to announce the v1.0 release of Gateway API! This release marks a huge milestone for this project. Several key APIs are graduating to GA (generally available), while other significant features have …

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