Community

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Ensuring Kubernetes works well everywhere and for everyone.

Connect with the Kubernetes community on our Slack channel, discussion board, or join the Kubernetes-dev Google group. A weekly community meeting takes place via video conference to discuss the state of affairs, see these instructions for information on how to participate.

You can also join Kubernetes all around the world through our Kubernetes Meetup Community and the Kubernetes Cloud Native Meetup Community.

Special Interest Groups (SIGs)

Have a special interest in how Kubernetes works with another technology? See our ever growing lists of SIGs, from AWS and Openstack to Big Data and Scalability, there's a place for you to contribute and instructions for forming a new SIG if your special interest isn't covered (yet).

As a member of the Kubernetes community, you are welcome to join any of the SIG meetings you are interested in. No registration required.

Code of Conduct

The Kubernetes community values respect and inclusiveness, and enforces a Code of Conduct in all interactions. If you notice a violation of the Code of Conduct at an event or meeting, in Slack, or in another communication mechanism, reach out to the steering committee. Your anonymity will be protected.

Talk to Us!

We would love to hear from you, how you are using Kubernetes,
and what we can do to make it better.

@kubernetesio

Get the latest news and updates.

Github Project

Check out the project and consider contributing.

#kubernetes-users

Our Slack channel is the best way to contact our engineers and share your ideas with them.

Stack Overflow

Our user forum is a great place to go for community support.