Nurture what you create: How Google Cloud supports Kubernetes and the cloud-native ecosystem

Usually, when you’re a leader in an open-source community like Kubernetes and there’s a big event (like this week’s KubeCon North America), that means launching a brand new project. Launches are exciting, but maintaining a successful project like Kubernetes requires sustained investment and maintenance. We find that what really distinguishes a successful open-source project is the day-in day-out nurturing that happens behind the scenes. And it’s more than coding—it’s things like keeping the project safe and inclusive, writing documentation, managing test infrastructure, responding to issues, working in project governance, creating mentoring programs, reviewing pull requests, and participating in release teams.
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Wait, Which NGINX Ingress Controller for Kubernetes Am I Using?

Did you know there is more than one NGINX Ingress controller for Kubernetes? You do now. We help you figure out which one makes sense for you, based on their differences around authorship, development philosophy, production readiness, security, and support. Source: nginx.com

A Look Back At KubeCon + CloudNativeCon Shanghai 2018

Now that we’ve finally caught our breath after a fantastic two days at the KubeCon + CloudNativeCon in Shanghai, let’s dive into some of the key highlights and news. The best part is we get to see so many of you so soon again at KubeCon + CloudNativeCon Seattle in December! The sold-out event with more than 2,500 attendees (technologists, maintainers and end users of CNCF’s hosted projects) was full of great keynotes, presentations, discussions and deep dives on projects including Rook, Jaeger, Kubernetes, gRPC, containerd – and many more!
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