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With support for Kubernetes now baked in Docker makes its case as the most flexible container management platform

Key cloud computing group launches interoperability certification for Kubernetes

Heptio launches new opensource loadbalancing project with Kubernetes in mind

Microsofts rebranded Azure Kubernetes Service embraces popular container orchestration technology

Tainted cryptomining containers pulled from Docker Hub

Google eliminates Kubernetes clustermanagement fees just before the main event at AWS re:Invent

How Amazon Web Services will attempt to set the industry agenda at the biggest show in the cloud

VMware jumps on the Kubernetes bandwagon with a new managed service for a multicloud world

Microsoft and Red Hat unveil opensource project that automatically scales Kubernetes clusters in response to events

Google Cloud introduces Anthos a hybrid cloud management product based on Kubernetes

Upbound grabs 9M Series A to automate multicloud management

Heptio launches its Kubernetes undistribution

As Kubernetes grows a startup ecosystem develops in its wake

Hasura snares 16M seed for developerfocused Kubernetes solution

Heptio launches an open source load balancer for Kubernetes and OpenStack

Azure Red Hat OpenShift a Kubernetes service jointly managed by Microsoft and Red Hat is now available

Crashing KubeCon: Has Istio become the new cloudnative darling

Four years after release of Kubernetes 10 it has come a long way

Born on the cloud but behind the times: How Pinterest doubled down on containers and Kubernetes

Graduation day: Kubernetes hits key milestone as CNCF lays out a cloudnative road map

Helm an opensource project for managing Kubernetes apps gets its own home inside the Cloud Native Computing Foundation

Four years after its release Kubernetes has come a long way

Talk key takeaways from KubeCon 2019 with TechCrunch writers

Googles Urs Hlzle still thinks its cloud revenue will catch its ad revenue but maybe not by 2020

Tech Moves: Google cloud vet returns to Microsoft ExAvalara president joins Tango Card board Suplari soaks up talent and more

Amazon Web Services now fully supports Kubernetes with the general release of Amazon EKS

Red Hat and Microsoft teaming up for a managed OpenShift service on Azure

New version of Microsofts Azure Container Service offers managed Kubernetes with free clusters

Container security startup Aqua lands 62M Series C

Google hopes Cloud Code encourages developers to deploy their apps to Kubernetes

Docker has raised 92 million in new funding

Heptio launches an opensource load balancer for Kubernetes and OpenStack

Upbound emerges from stealth raises 9M from GV to build a multicloud platform on Kubernetes

Red Hat acquires CoreOS for 250 million in Kubernetes expansion

Oracle cloud acquisitions bear fruit with a new serverless platform and container services

Amazon Web Services goes allin on Kubernetes launches new container deployment service

As Kubernetes surged in popularity in 2017 it created a vibrant ecosystem

Kubernetes in Europe: The most significant news from Kubecon this week

Upbound grabs 9 M Series A to automate multicloud management

Tetrate nets 125 million to bring microservices to the corporate masses

Googles serverless computing strategy starts to take shape as it chases Amazon Web Services and Microsoft

The five great reasons to attend TechCrunchs Enterprise show Sept 5 in SF

Microsofts Azure Container Instances which lets you deploy containers with utter disregard for hardware now generally available

Kubernetes in 2018: When the going gets good the good get boring

Takeaways from KubeCon the latest on Kubernetes and cloud native development

IBM Cloud Private brings cloud native computing to your data center

Pulumi releases softwaredevelopment kit to unlock the multicloud potential of Kubernetes

Google doubles down on the service mesh and hybrid cloud as it kicks off its big cloud event

Soloio raises 11M to help enterprises adopt cloudnative technologies

Five experts explain how software development and operations teams are adjusting to the rapid changes caused by cloud computing