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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 Kubernetes 101 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?

KubeCon NA 2020: For the Modern App Developer

Here is a curated list of some talks to watch at KubeCon NA 2020

Debugging a Kubernetes Workload with Octant

Walk through an NGINX deployment with a faulty NGINX configuration to demonstrate how common pitfalls can be identified using Octant.

Securely Connect with Your Local Kubernetes Environment

Learn how to configure your local Kubernetes environment to work with secure ingress and reproducible URLs, so that development is made easier.

Highlights of the SpringOne 2020 Self-Paced Workshops---and Their New Home

Highlights of the SpringOne 2020 Self-Paced Workshops—and Their New Home

Declarative Deployments in Kubernetes: What Options Do I Have?

Compare various options for declarative deployment of microservices in Kubernetes.

Kubernetes at Home: Local k8s Options

Compare various options for developing on top of Kubernetes locally using Minikube, kind, and Docker Desktop.

Save Your Stack: Build Cloud Native Apps with Spring, Kubernetes and Cassandra

Build modern, cloud native apps today using the latest innovations from Spring, Cassandra and Kubernetes