Wednesday, March 29, 2017
With the help of our growing community of 1,110 plus contributors, we pushed around 5,000 commits to deliver Kubernetes 1.6, bringing focus on multi-user, multi-workloads at scale. While many improvements have been contributed, we selected few features to highlight in a series of in-depths posts listed below.
Follow along and read what’s new:
|| Five Days of Kubernetes| |-|-| | Day 1 | Dynamic Provisioning and Storage Classes in Kubernetes Stable in 1.6 | | Day 2 | Scalability updates in Kubernetes 1.6 | | Day 3 | Advanced Scheduling in Kubernetes 1.6 | | Day 4 | Configuring Private DNS Zones and Upstream Nameservers in Kubernetes | |Day 5 | RBAC support in Kubernetes |