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Authors: Joshulyne Park (Comcast), Eric Greer (Comcast)

Building Onward from Kuberhealthy v2.0.0

Last November at KubeCon San Diego 2019, we announced the release of Kuberhealthy 2.0.0 - transforming Kuberhealthy into a Kubernetes operator for synthetic monitoring.This new ability granted developers the means to create their own Kuberhealthy check containers to synthetically monitor their applications and clusters.The community was quick to adopt this new feature and we’re grateful for everyone who implemented and tested Kuberhealthy 2.0.0 in their clusters.Thanks to all of you who reported issues

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Author: Sascha Grunert, SUSE Software Solutions

Editor’s note:Sascha is part of SIG Release and is working on many other different container runtime related topics.Feel free to reach him out on Twitter @saschagrunert.


A story of data science-ing 90,000 GitHub issues and pull requests by using Kubeflow, TensorFlow, Prow and a fully automated CI/CD pipeline.

Introduction

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Author:Kiran “Rin” Oliver Storyteller, Kubernetes Upstream Marketing Team

An Introduction to the K8s-Infrastructure Working Group

Welcome to part one of a new series introducing the K8s-Infrastructure working group! When Kubernetes was formed in 2014, Google undertook the task of building and maintaining the infrastructure necessary for keeping the project running smoothly.The tools itself were open source, but the Google Cloud Platform project used to run the infrastructure was internal-only, preventing contributors from being able to help out.In August 2018, Google

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Authors:Nuno do Carmo Docker Captain and WSL Corsair;Ihor Dvoretskyi, Developer Advocate, Cloud Native Computing Foundation

Introduction

New to Windows 10 and WSL2, or new to Docker and Kubernetes?Welcome to this blog post where we will install from scratch Kubernetes in Docker KinD and Minikube.

Why Kubernetes on Windows?

For the last few years, Kubernetes became a de-facto standard platform for running containerized services and applications in distributed environments.

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Author: Zach Corleissen, Cloud Native Computing Foundation Editor’s note:Zach is one of the chairs for the Kubernetes documentation special interest group (SIG Docs). Late last summer, SIG Docs started a community conversation about third party content in Kubernetes docs.This conversation became a Kubernetes Enhancement Proposal (KEP) and, after five months for review and comment, SIG Architecture approved the KEP as a content guide for Kubernetes docs. Here’s how Kubernetes docs handle third party content now: Links to

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