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?

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Kubernetes' advantages aren't just what it can do, they're also what knowing it can do for you.
Tips and gears turning

Tackle-DiVA helps developers understand database operations and transaction processes inside applications.
Containers on a ship on the ocean

Transition your virtualized workloads to Kubernetes with Forklift.
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In the final article in this series about chaos engineering, do some experiments to learn how changes affect your infrastructure's state.
Parts, modules, containers for software

Quarkus Funqy brings portability to serverless functions.
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Terminate pods while having fun by playing Kube DOOM.
Parts, modules, containers for software

Kube-monkey offers an easy way to stress-test your systems by scheduling random termination pods in your cluster.
Ship captain sailing the Kubernetes seas

Achieve faster startup and a smaller memory footprint to run serverless functions on Kubernetes.