Kubernetes Kubernetes feed

Google donated its Kubernetes platform for running containerized workloads to the Cloud Native Computing Foundation in 2015. Since then, it has attracted developers from the open source community around the world. Learn more in What is Kubernetes?

Cat wearing glasses

Navigate advanced Kubernetes administration without the command line with Lens, the "Kubernetes IDE."
A person programming

Learn how to make a Minikube cluster and deploy to it with Terraform.
Science lab with beakers

Assign real IPs from your home network to services running in your cluster and access them from other hosts on your network.
Ship captain sailing the Kubernetes seas

Lens is a useful, attractive, open source user interface for working with Kubernetes clusters.
Ship captain sailing the Kubernetes seas

Why I'll never skim Kubernetes documentation again.
Ship captain sailing the Kubernetes seas

On its anniversary, get to know Kubernetes with these deep-dives and hands-on projects.
Shipping containers stacked in a yard

Understanding the building blocks of container orchestration makes it easier to get started with Kubernetes.
Ships at sea on the web

Create dynamic persistent volumes on a Raspberry Pi Kubernetes cluster with the NFS-client provisioner.