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Easing into Windows Server containers in AKS

Azure’s Kubernetes Service now supports Windows Server containers. Here’s how to get started

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10 Kubernetes distributions leading the container revolution

Kubernetes and containers are changing how applications are built, deployed, and managed. These distros are leading the charge

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A new wave of Azure services lifts Kubernetes and Cosmos DB

As always, Microsoft Build sees a myriad of announcements. What’s important and relevant for anyone building apps on Azure?

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Docker Enterprise 3.0 integrates secure Kubernetes stack

Docker Enterprise 3.0 arrives in beta with locked-down Kubernetes and single-package deployment for multi-container apps

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How Kubernetes can reduce cloud complexity

Kubernetes is overused for security and infrastructure but underused for automation. Those who need it most don't realize its potential

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22 open-source tools that make Kubernetes better

Take advantage of these Kubernetes companions to simplify app definitions, enhance monitoring, ease cloud deployments, and more

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Eclipse proposes Kubernetes development tools

The Eclipse Tempest project would bring tools for building Kubernetes applications to multiple IDEs and languages

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What is Docker? The spark for the container revolution

Docker helps developers build lightweight and portable software containers that simplify application development, testing, and deployment

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12 open-source tools that make Docker better

From bringing GUIs to Docker tools to using Docker to streamline development and testing, these 12 projects help float Docker’s boat

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Google Cloud Code gives Kubernetes development a boost

Pre-release plug-ins for Visual Studio Code and IntelliJ promise to speed up the build, deploy, and debug cycle for cloud-native apps

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Eirini project brings Kubernetes to Cloud Foundry

EIrini allows Cloud Foundry users to chooses between the Diego scheduler and Kubernetes as the container orchestrator

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Google releases Anthos for cloud management

The renamed Google Cloud Services Platform uses Kubernetes to build and manage hybrid applications for on-premises or the cloud

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How to run stateful applications on Kubernetes

Take advantage of Portworx PX-Enterprise to simplify management of data-rich workloads on Kubernetes

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Google Cloud Run runs stateless containers, serverlessly

Google Cloud Run lets you deploy stateless, HTTP-invocable containers to a managed compute service or to Google Kubernetes Engine

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Cloud Native Buildpacks reach the beta stage

Dockerfile alternative aims to provide an easier way for developers to turn source code into Docker containers

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What is Kubernetes? Your next application platform

By abstracting away management complexities, Kubernetes unlocks the potential of containers

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New Google project offers Kubernetes building blocks for CI/CD

Tekton is an open-source toolkit for creating cloud-native continuous integration and delivery pipelines on Kubernetes

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Jenkins tries to reinvent itself as cloud-native for Kubernetes

The Jenkins X project tries to modernize the CI/CD platform that has fallen on hard times

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How cloud-native technologies defeat cloud lock-in

Cloud-native applications are characterized by their ability to run in any cloud—and to be easily moved between clouds

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Java, meet Kubernetes and serverless computing

Red Hat’s beta Quarkus framework aims to optimize Java development for distributed application architectures

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