Partners enhance Kubernetes support for Azure and Windows Server Containers

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Yesterday, Microsoft made some exciting announcements about new serverless and DevOps capabilities we’ll be contributing to the community. We announced Virtual Kubelet, the next version Kubernetes connector for Azure Container Instances, Open Service Broker for Azure, which makes it easier for you to connect your containers to Azure services, and Kashti, a dashboard and visualization tool for Brigade pipelines.


Today, we’re shifting gears to focus on the Kubernetes ecosystem. What makes the Kubernetes community so great is the diversity of members, who bring so many different technologies to the table. As Microsoft works to make Azure the best place to run Kubernetes, and we continue to bring the Windows Server Containers ecosystem closer to the Kubernetes community, we’ll continue to forge new and enhance existing partnerships to make sure the tools you need are available and working great across our platforms. Today, we're proud to share two new collaborations with Heptio and Tigera, as well as some progress we’ve made working with SIG Windows.




Read about it in the Azure blog.

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