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New Kubernetes release extends its reach versus Docker

Docker might be the most popular software container technology around, but the Kubernetes project is making just as many waves thanks to its ability to group containers that make up applications into logical units for easier management and discovery. Developers of the container orchestration software announced the release on Thursday of Kubernetes 1.7, a new […] The post New Kubernetes release extends its reach versus Docker appeared first on SiliconANGLE.
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