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A Very Stable Kubernetes 1.13

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Stability and Kubernetes don’t sound like two words that should be used alongside each other. Kubernetes has been moving at a rapid velocity where changes are constantly occurring. From new enhancements, bug fixes, API changes, to swapping out architectural pieces, the Kubernetes pattern is continually shifting. In Q4Y18, the theme of stability has emerged on Read more...

The Top 10 Features in Kubernetes 1.12

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By Kendrick Coleman, Open Source Technical Product Manager, VMware Right out of the gate, Kubernetes 1.12 started hot with the feature list growing every day. At its peak, there were a total of 64 features that were being tracked either as new features entering alpha or as features progressing through stages to beta or stable. Read more...

The Value of vSphere in a Kubernetes World

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By Kendrick Coleman, Open Source Technical Product Manager, Cloud-Native Applications Business Unit (CNABU)   The topic has been approached countless of times over the past decade. Why do I need vSphere when I can run X, Y, or Z on bare metal? I’m here to tell you that no matter what reasoning you can come Read more...