Deis builds powerful, open source tools that make it easy for teams to create and manage applications on Kubernetes.
Kubernetes announced the release of version 1.4 this week, and already, the response has been great. The Kubernetes 1.4 release improves Kubernetes' installability, and includes a new tool, kubeadm, to help with this. It also includes support for stateful applications and improves user experience and security. In this post I'll take a quick look at these new features.
Kubernetes is already the most popular container orchestration platform, and expected to keep the top spot in coming year as well. So, if you are planning to get onto Kubernetes bandwagon, this is a good time. And if you’re not up to speed with what Kubernetes does, this post is a good place to start. One of the best things about Kubernetes is that it's very easy, almost trivial to launch your own Kubernetes cluster...