Kubernetes is the hottest thing to hit containers since…Docker. That’s faint praise, given that Docker barely burst onto the scene in 2013. But, given the pace of enterprise infrastructure innovation these days, four years may be all the limelight one gets. As such, it’s critical to make the most of an opportunity, which Kubernetes has done by delivering great code and, as I’ve called out, superior community.
What hasn’t been as clear, however, is how Kubernetes does community so well. Google nailed the mechanics from the start, choosing to push the code to the Cloud Native Computing Foundation, rather than going it alone (as Docker and other open source projects have done). But a less-acclaimed feature of Kubernetes’ rise is the incredible developer advocacy that powers it.
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