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: open source production-grade container orchestration management.
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Kubernetes Jun 14
Headed to + + China? Join us the day before at the Contributor Summit!
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Jorge Castro Jun 13
It's time for Office Hours next Wednesday! Stuck with ? Need some advice? Come ask our panel of experts for help:
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Kubernetes Jun 12
Looking for a little ? Nice series from on 👉 Part III on scaling
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Dan Kohn ☁️👨🏼‍💻@ NYC Jun 11
"Design, discussions, and decision-making around technical topics of CNCF-hosted projects should occur in public view" from the Openness Guidelines
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Kubernetes Jun 11
Check out 's post on the blog! ➡️ "Kyma - extend and build on with ease"
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Dan Kohn ☁️👨🏼‍💻@ NYC Jun 11
Thanks to for the subtle link to in the from his text "[much of the] server software that powers our digital cloud, driving data to our phones, enveloping us in wonderful and terrible ways [is] open source"
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Jorge Castro Jun 10
It's that time of the year: Working on something related and OSS? Call for demos for the k8s Community Meeting
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Kubernetes Jun 6
We just wrapped up a great AMA with over at Thanks for all your questions!
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Kubernetes Jun 6
That's a wrap on our Twitter Takeover!! Let's all go out and celebrate birthday now 😀
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Kubernetes Jun 6
Replying to @muvaffakonus
Ah, now I understand. Dully noted! I appreciate the input. --carlisia
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Bill Kennedy : MIA/-4 Jun 6
Hey Carlisia, How long did it take for you to feel comfortable navigating all the tooling and options when deploying a service in ? What resources helped you the most?
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Kubernetes Jun 6
Replying to @muvaffakonus
Supported inside Kubernetes? If not, I know of a project that is v1.0 stable and do v. snapshotting beautifully. I could tell you which but then... :D --carlisia
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Kubernetes Jun 6
Replying to @goinggodotnet
Great question!
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Kubernetes Jun 6
Replying to @goinggodotnet
ALL the tooling? How about enough tooling? 1 year for "comfortable" status. Resources: 1) Docs for whatever I was using; 2) LOGS. Hint, hint: docs and logs ARE SO IMPORTANT! --carlisia
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Kubernetes Jun 6
Replying to @ankit9128 @carlisia
Tradeoffs. One might be a horsepower, another super easy to use. It's hard navigating the multi-cloud world. I could see wanting to set it up my self even on a provider, but if you didn't know the answer to that, I'd say you can do well w/ a service. --carlisia
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Kubernetes Jun 6
You all, what do you want most out of data protection and disaster recovery for Kubernetes? --carlisia
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Kubernetes Jun 6
Be sure to expense them ;)
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Kubernetes Jun 6
Third and last book: --carlisia
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Kubernetes Jun 6
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Kubernetes Jun 6
Gonna give you 3 book refs, I think it's in order from entry level to not, but I could be wrong. Here goes: 1) --carlisia
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