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Docker is in deep trouble (www.zdnet.com)
Published: Tuesday, 01 October 2019.  By:In a leaked internal memo, Docker CEO reveals the troubled company is looking for more money. Discuss
Kubernetes 1.15: Extensibility and Continuous Improvement (kubernetes.io)
Published: Thursday, 20 June 2019.  By:The 1.15 Release Team
We’re pleased to announce the delivery of Kubernetes 1.15, our second release of 2019! Kubernetes 1.15 consists of 25 enhancements: 2 moving to stable, 13 in beta, and 10 in alpha. The main themes of this release are: Continuous Improvement Project sustainability is not just about features. Many SIGs have been working on improving test coverage, ensuring the basics stay reliable, and stability of the core feature set and working on maturing existing features and cleaning up the backlog. Extensibility The community has been asking for continuing support of extensibility, so this cycle features more work around CRDs and API Machinery. Most of the enhancements in this cycle were from SIG API Machinery and related areas.
Introducing Multicluster-Controller (admiralty.io)
Published: Thursday, 01 November 2018.
A Library for Building Hybrid and Multicloud Kubernetes Operators
Autoscale your Kubernetes workloads with any Datadog metric (www.datadoghq.com)
Published: Tuesday, 30 October 2018.  By: Charly Fontaine, Datadog Discuss
Welcome Apache Kafka to the Kubernetes Era! Kubernetes Operator for Kafka. (developers.redhat.com)
Published: Thursday, 25 October 2018.  By:Hugo Guerrero
We have pretty exciting news this week as Red Hat is announcing the General Availability of their Apache Kafka Kubernetes operator. Red Hat AMQ Streams delivers the mechanisms for managing Apache Kafka on top of OpenShift, our enterprise distribution for Kubernetes.
Redis Labs Integrates With Red Hat OpenShift, Hits 1B Milestone (www.sdxcentral.com)
Published: Monday, 22 October 2018.
Redis Labs is integrating its enterprise platform as a hosted and managed database service on Red Hat’s OpenShift Container Platform. That integration includes built-in support for Red Hat’s recently launched Kubernetes Operator. The Redis Enterprise integration will allow customers to deploy and manage Redis databases as a stateful Kubernetes service. It will also allow users to run Redis Enterprise on-premises or across any cloud environment.
With Spinnaker app delivery platform, Google makes it easier to use Kubernetes (siliconangle.com)
Published: Friday, 19 October 2018.
Google LLC is adding a new “Kubernetes provider” to the open-source Spinnaker platform that’s used to deploy application code to multiple cloud platforms.
New Terraform Providers: F5 Networks, Nutanix, Tencent Cloud, and Helm (www.hashicorp.com)
Published: Friday, 19 October 2018.
We are pleased to announce that F5 Networks, Nutanix, Tencent Cloud and Helm providers are now available for HashiCorp Terraform. This blog will detail the new providers and include links to additional resources.
Amazon EKS Enables Support for Kubernetes Dynamic Admission Controllers (aws.amazon.com)
Published: Saturday, 13 October 2018.  By:Amazon AWS
Amazon Elastic Container Service for Kubernetes (EKS) now supports dynamic admission controllers, allowing customers to deploy custom webhooks that enable additional open source tools for controlling network traffic and monitoring Kubernetes clusters on AWS. Admissions controllers are a Kubernetes construct that allow you to run a piece of code after an API request has been authenticated and authorized, but before an object's state within the Kubernetes cluster is stored. Dynamic admission controllers allow you to accept, reject, or alter admission requests. Enables tools like Istio
AWS Service Operator for Kubernetes Now Available (aws.amazon.com)
Published: Monday, 08 October 2018.  By: Chris Hein, Amazon
The AWS Service Operator is an open source project in an alpha state which allows to you manage your AWS resources directly from Kubernetes using the standard Kubernetes CLI, kubectl. It does so by modeling AWS Services as Custom Resource Definitions (CRDs) in Kubernetes and applying those definitions to your cluster. This means that a developer can model their entire application architecture from container to ingress to AWS services, backing it from a single YAML manifest. We anticipate that the AWS Service Operator will help reduce the time it takes to create new applications, and assist in keeping applications in the desired state.
Unbabel Migrated to Kubernetes and You Won’t Believe What Happened Next! (medium.com)
Published: Monday, 08 October 2018.  By:Pedro Arvela, Unbabel
At the start of 2018, Unbabel’s DevOps team set out to solve these rising issues. Our goal was to make deploys faster and easier for developers, reduce the time it takes to scale a project’s resources up or down, and automate as much as possible any extra configurations for logging, application metrics, and resource control. Ideally, even make them invisible to the projects themselves. After some investigation, Kubernetes seemed to offer what we were after
SIG-Node, with Dawn Chen (kubernetespodcast.com)
Published: Monday, 08 October 2018.  By:Craig Box, Adam Glick, & Dawn Chen, Kubernetes Podcast
Dawn Chen, TL for SIG-Node and the Google Kubernetes Engine node team, joins Craig and Adam this week. She has worked on containers and container schedulers since 2007 - not a typo.
Kubernetes 1.12: Kubelet TLS Bootstrap and Azure Virtual Machine Scale Sets (VMSS) Move to General Availability (kubernetes.io)
Published: Saturday, 06 October 2018.
This release continues to focus on internal improvements and graduating features to stable in Kubernetes. This newest version graduates key features such as security and Azure. Notable additions in this release include two highly-anticipated features graduating to general availability: Kubelet TLS Bootstrap and Support for Azure Virtual Machine Scale Sets (VMSS).
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