The goal for the Kubernetes community in 2018 is to make Kubernetes rock solid. Over the past year, the community has focused on building out the Kubernetes core. Networking, security and storage are all examples of Kubernetes projects that have matured quite a bit in the past year. For the new year, we shouldn’t necessarily expect major changes or even Kubernetes 2.0. Instead, it's a year to focus on the basics, providing a base on which different distribution providers can build out their unique offerings.
In this context, The New Stack Founder and Editor-in-Chief Alex Williams discusses existing and emerging deployment patterns with Ihor Dvoretskyi, Developer Advocate at the Cloud Native Computing Foundation in this podcast included in our latest ebook, “Kubernetes Deployment & Security Patterns.”