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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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This downloadable guide is full of helpful tutorials to get SREs and sysadmins comfortable using Kubernetes.
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Chaos Mesh enables chaos engineering with a web frontend. Learn more in the fourth article in this series.
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Modify your Kubernetes manifests without losing control of what's in the original versions.
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Litmus is an effective tool to cause chaos to test how your system will respond to failure.
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Before you can measure chaos, you need to know what your system's steady state looks like. Learn how in the second article in this series about chaos engineering.
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Quarkus allows you to develop serverless workloads with familiar Java technology.
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Learn the basics of chaos engineering in this first article in a series celebrating Kubernetes' 11th birthday.
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Java is still one of the most popular languages for developing enterprise applications. So, why are serverless developers shying away from it?