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ZDNet: “Kubernetes 1.24 Stargazer: An exceptional release with two major changes”

May 5, 2022
Kubernetes, everyone’s favorite container orchestrator, in its latest release, Kubernetes 1.24 Stargazer, has made two major changes: The developers dropped support for the Docker Engine container runtime and added supply chain security via Sigstore. First, don’t start hyperventilating...

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The New Stack: “Kubernetes 1.24 Drops Dockershim, Makes Space for Stateful Workloads”

May 5, 2022
The latest release of the Kubernetes container orchestration engine, nicknamed “Stargazer,” looks out to better support databases, microservices and other emerging use cases, while shedding earlier missteps that have stymied the K8s core developers’ productivity.

VentureBeat: “Spotify dances to the open source beat”

April 22, 2022
Just about every technology company under the sun wants to align themselves with the open source sphere, whether it’s Facebook open-sourcing its own internal projects or Microsoft doling out north of $7 billion to acquire one of the...

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InfoQ: “Kubernetes Crosses the Chasm, and Other Lessons from the 2021 CNCF Survey”

April 12, 2022
You know I love a good survey, so let’s take a look at the Cloud Native Computing Foundation’s 2021 annual survey. They asked 2,302 respondents how they use Kubernetes and the more general category of cloud-native tools. The major conclusion...