Tech N’ Talk: Kubernetes 1.7 Update with Aparna Sinha (Google)

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Watch the first installment of the newly launched Tech N’ Talk podcast series for a conversation with Google’s Aparna Sinha on what’s new in the latest release of Kubernetes 1.7, a milestone release that adds security, storage, and extensibility features motivated by widespread production use of Kubernetes in some of the most demanding enterprise environments.

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OpenShift Commons Briefing #80: Workspaces for Dev Teams with Eclipse Che

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Eclipse Che is a next generation cloud IDE and developer workspace server that allows anyone to contribute to a project without having to install software. Che uses a server to start and snapshot containerized developer workspaces attached to a cloud IDE. In this briefing we’ll demonstrate how Che can be used by a development team with a multi-container application to speed project bootstrapping.

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Kubernetes 1.7 Is Just Around the Corner: Attend Upcoming Openshift Commons Briefing with Clayton Coleman 6/28

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Mark your calendars for this important OpenShift Commons Briefing. Kubernetes 1.7 is on target for an end of June release and it’s time for an overview and update from Red Hat’s Clayton Coleman on the many new features and functions that are included in this release and to find out what the impact will be on your organization’s OpenShift and Kubernetes deployments.

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OpenShift Commons Briefing #77: What Does “Monitoring” Mean in a Cloud Native World? with Brian Brazil (RobustPerception)

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In this briefing, Brian Brazil, Founder, RobustPerception.io and core Prometheus developer, explains the core concepts behind monitoring in cloud-native environments, and how the interrelated monitoring offerings and OSS projects can help your organization deliver the best monitoring solution for your OpenShift/Kubernetes implementations.

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