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Packt: “‘Don’t break your users and create a community culture’, says Linus Torvalds, Creator of Linux, at KubeCon + CloudNativeCon + Open Source Summit China 2019”

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At the Cloud Native Computing Foundation’s flagship conference, KubeCon + CloudNativeCon + Open Source Summit China 2019, Linus Torvalds, creator of Linux and Git was in a conversation with Dirk Hohndel, VP and Chief Open Source Officer, VMware on the past, present, and future of Linux. READ MORE

The New Stack: “NATS 2.0: Like Containers for Messaging”

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At the core of a microservices software architecture lies the ability for each containerized workload to communicate with one another in a secure and dynamic fashion. Cloud native messaging system NATS has been providing this sort of functionality since its inception in 2010, and now with NATS 2.0, the open source messaging service has upped the ante, providing something that NATS creator Derek Collison says is akin to “containers for messaging,” with improved security, multitenancy, decentralized management and global scale. READ MORE

The New Stack “How to Build Open Source Sustainability”

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Open source sustainability and all these questions were on the table when The New Stack Editor in Chief Alex Williams sat down at our first The New Stack Makers podcast from the KubeCon + CloudNativeCon and Open Source Summit last month from Shanghai, China. He spoke with VMware Senior Staff Engineer Bryan Liles, and Executive Director of the Cloud Native Computing Foundation (CNCF), Dan Kohn. READ MORE

Container Journal: “CNCF to Expand Scope of SIGs”

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The Cloud Native Computing Foundation announced at the KubeCon + Cloud Native + Open Source China Summit today that it is expanding the number of special interest groups (SIGs) surrounding Kubernetes, as part of an effort to accelerate development of critical complementary technologies. READ MORE

The New Stack: “Kubernetes 1.15 Aims to Extensibility with Custom Resource Definition Features”

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With Kubernetes 1.14, the team moved 10 enhancements to stable, but this time around that number has dropped to two, with many more alpha and beta features being introduced. Kubernetes 1.15, says team lead Claire Laurence, is focused far more on introducing new features than stable ones, and spending time building those features up before declaring them stable. READ MORE

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