Kubernetes 1.11 is available today. This new release offers some significant advances in the maturity, scalability, and flexibility of Kubernetes. Here are some of the highlights in this newest version:
IPVS-Based In-Cluster Service Load Balancing Graduates to General Availability
CoreDNS Promoted to General Availability
Dynamic Kubelet Configuration Moves to Beta
Custom Resource Definitions Can Now Define Multiple Versions
Enhancements to CSI
New Storage Features
The features in this release make it increasingly possible to plug any infrastructure, cloud or on-premise, into the Kubernetes system.
Every year, the Google Summer of Code (GSoC) program accepts thousands of college students who spend their summer break working with mentors, writing code and learning about how to participate in open source communities.
This year CNCF is hosting seven interns across six of our projects:
Prometheus (2 slots)
To learn more about each of the projects and the interns that will be working on them, check out our GSoC post on the CNCF blog.
New Kubernetes Case Studies – The New York Times and OpenAI
We’re excited to announce two new case studies. Get the details on how, using Kubernetes, The New York Times was able to improve their speed of delivery and OpenAI cut down deployment times significantly for their researchers.