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Kubernetes is an open-source container orchestrator for deploying and managing workloads and services. Created by Google, it was open-sourced in 2014 and is now the most popular platform for running containers. To learn more, try the Getting Started with Kubernetes course on KubeAcademy.



Using Knative Eventing for Better Observability

Getting a better picture of Kubernetes events

The Hate for YAML: The Hammer or the Nail?

YAML gets a lot of hate, but is it more nuanced than that?

SpringOne Labs Now Available on the Tanzu Developer Center

Many of the workshops previously available at the Spring One conference are now available on the Tanzu Developer Center. Check out this post for a description of what is now available.

Getting Started with VMware Tanzu Application Platform Beta 1

What is Tanzu Application Platform, and how do the individual components work together to help build a secure, repeatable, and powerful platform for developers.

Kubernetes Operators: Should You Use Them?

A discussion of the up-front engineering costs associated with using Kubernetes operators, and when you should make the investment.

Kubeapps Meets Tanzu Kubernetes Grid: a New Release is out

The new release of Kubeapps (v.2.3.2) is now available for deployment on VMware Tanzu™ Kubernetes Grid™ (TKG) workload clusters. Read this blog post to learn how to use this new capability in your TKG clusters.