The KubeCon took place last week in Seattle. If you was not able to attend, there is a YouTube playlist with more than 300 videos to catch things up.
I especially recommend the keynote of cloud rockstar Kelsey Hightower:
DigitalOcean finally opened their managed Kubernetes service to everyone. It is currently available in their New York, Amsterdam, San Francisco, London, Frankfurt and Bangalore data centers. If you are using Kubernetes it is definitely worth a try.
Also, Docker released an update of their Docker Hub. They not only released a new look, they also integrated Docker Store and Docker Cloud into the Docker Hub. The blog article
Introducing the new Docker Hub describes what's new.
There are some other articles I found interesting lastly which I want to share:
- If you want to get an overview of AWS products, Helen Anderson wrote released a list as a part of her "AWS Solutions Architect Associate Certification" series:
Adron Hall wrote a very nice conclusion of KubeCon 2018:
If you are new to Kubernetes, you might find Noah Pedersons guide useful:
Docker Captain Ajeet Singh Raina wrote about the most exciting announcements at DockerCon 2018 in Barcelona.
If you are working on Windows and want to use Docker and Kubernetes, consider reading the Getting started with Docker and Kubernetes on Windows 10 article.
Why Kubernetes at small scale? You don't need to be Google to use Kubernetes!
Are you already planning your conferences for next year? This list can help you.
Let me know if you find this kind of posts interesting (or not) and if I should continue with it.