Google, Technical Program Manager
August 24th, 2017 | 27 mins 31 secs
container orchestration, containers, developers, devops, kubernetes, kubernetes life-cycle, kubernetes project management sig, sigs
Kubernetes now faces an evolutionary hurdle that only Docker before it has faced so soon in its life cycle: the problem of multiple concurrent versions. Version 1.7 is upon us today, even though other versions are still in active use. At the rate Kubernetes is evolving now, over a dozen viable versions could be deployed over the standard life cycle of organizations’ IT projects — some three to four years’ time.
July 24th, 2017 | 27 mins 31 secs
container orchestration, containerization, containers, developer ecosystem, developers, devops, ebook, kubernetes, kubernetes ecosystem, kubernetes life-cycle
Part of CoreOS engineer Caleb Miles’ job with Kubernetes, as he told The New Stack’s Scott Fulton, is to help implementers who are undergoing the process of migrating to containerization and Kubernetes, even as we speak, to scoot over to a new targeted version. Still, certain implementers will ask for “cherry picks” — help with migrating in a special way, to a version that’s not necessarily the newest one on the block. And one of those implementers is really big and begins with "M."