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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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Containers are everywhere, and they've radically changed the IT landscape. What do you need to know about them?
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Automation is not only good for IT, it's also beneficial to your company's bottom line.
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Use Jobs and CronJobs to control and manage Kubernetes pods and containers.
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Updating your environment to Terraform 0.12 is not for the faint of heart, but this how-to will make it less painful.
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If you use multiple Terraform versions in your environment, tfenv will make your life much easier.
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Knative is a great way to get started quickly on serverless development with Kubernetes.
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Install, configure, and use Minishift to create your first pipeline.
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Both terms imply that things happen without your direct intervention. But the way you get to those results, and the tools you use to make them happen, differ.