Kubernetes 1.15 is now available with 26 new improvements, 3 stable features, 13 beta features and 10 alpha features. This is the second release of the container orchestration tool in 2019. READ MORE
Apple has thrown its container cards on the table by joining the Cloud Native Computing Foundation (CNCF), which is the home of open source technologies such as Kubernetes. READ MORE
The latest version of Harbor, 1.8, was recently released. Harbor is a Cloud Native Computing Foundation (CNCF) project that provides a self-hosted, cloud-native registry for storing, signing, and scanning container images. READ MORE
The Cloud Native Computing Foundation (CNCF), the home of open-source projects like Kubernetes, today announced that Apple is joining as a top-level Platinum End User Member. READ MORE
First released by three senior engineers at Google five years ago, Kubernetes has been one of the few open-source projects to make an outsized impact on distributed computing with a minimum of drama between users, maintainers, and vendors. READ MORE
Against the beautiful backdrop of the city of Barcelona last week, we got the full cloud-native message at KubeCon and CloudNativeCon. The Cloud Native Computing Foundation (CNCF), which houses Kubernetes and related cloud-native projects, had certainly honed the message along with the community who came to celebrate its five-year anniversary. READ MORE
From Ada Lovelace to Grace Hopper, women have played an important part in the development of computing. Female executives such as Ginni Rometty and Meg Whitman have opened the doors of the boardroom; and women-led start-ups abound. READ MORE
On June 10, 2014, the official Google Cloud Platform blog had a post from Eric Brewer, VP Infrastructure and Google Fellow. This unassuming post talked about Google’s investment in containers such as support for Docker in Compute Engine VMs and the release of a container resource monitoring tool called cVisor.
What was also announced in same the post changed the face of modern infrastructure forever. Eric mentioned about a brand-new open source project from Google called Kubernetes.
Cloud native models using containerized software in a continuous delivery approach could benefit from serverless computing where the cloud vendor generates the exact amount of resources required to run a workload on the fly. While the major cloud vendors have recognized this and are already creating products to abstract away the infrastructure, it may not work for every situation in spite of the benefits. READ MORE