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Kubernetes 1.12

Kubernetes 1.12 Release Lead Retrospective


I spent the period from July to September 2018 volunteering as the Kubernetes 1.12 release lead. As this stint comes to a close, I’m pausing to reflect on the experience. A first observation relates to an aspect of open source commonly understood today: open source projects move fast! The Kubernetes 1.12 release demonstrates that velocity. Read more...

Reflections on CHAOSScon 2018


By Alexandre Courouble and John Hawley Previously, we’ve explored the challenge of measuring progress in open source projects and looked forward to the recent CHAOSScon meeting, held right before the North American Open Source Summit (OSS). CHAOSS, for those who may not know, is the Community Health Analytics Open Source Software project. August’s CHAOSScon marked Read more...

Introduction to kubeadm


Summer 2015. Kubernetes 1.0 had just arrived, but with one huge user experience problem: there was no easy way to install it. Everyone willing to try Kubernetes had to endure the hassle of figuring out how to create a cluster on their own. This is not an easy job, as Kubernetes consists of several services Read more...