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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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Service mesh provides benefits for development and operations in microservices environments.
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If you have a small amount of time, you can make a big difference in open source.
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Knative eventing is a way to create, send, and verify events in your cloud-native environment.
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Namespaces provide basic building blocks of access control for applications, users, or groups of users.
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Grafana Tempo is a new open source, high-volume distributed tracing backend.
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KubeEdge is a workload framework for edge computing.
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Find and fix errors in your Helm charts and Kubernetes configuration files with KubeLinter.
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Review the top five Kubernetes articles of 2020, then preview three tools you should learn about in 2021.