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Microsoft reveals a series of Kubernetes announcements

At KubeCon in Austin today, Microsoft made a series of announcements around Azure for the Kubernetes community. First, Microsoft is introducing a new version of the Kubernetes connector called Virtual Kubelet that can be used to target Azure Container Instances or any equivalent runtime. It features a pluggable architecture that uses existing Kubernetes primitives, allowing […] Read More
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