Kubernetes Community Delivers Container Orchestration for Everyone – Intel Chip Chat – Episode 517

February 9th, 2017 |
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In this Intel Chip Chat audio podcast with Allyson Klein: Sarah Novotny, Program Manager of the Kubernetes Community at Google, joins us live from OpenStack Summit in Barcelona. Novotny works to make the Kubernetes open-source container-orchestration platform “a fully open and community-run project.” In this interview, Novotny talks about the ways that open, independent platforms like Kubernetes benefit customers, the relationship between Kubernetes and OpenStack, how companies are using Kubernetes today, and where Kubernetes is heading in the future.

To connect with Kubernetes’ developer community, please visit:
slack.kubernetes.io

Follow Novotny on Twitter at:
twitter.com/sarahnovotny

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