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Kubernetes 1.9 launches with guaranteed stability for key features

Kubernetes 1.9 launched today, bringing customers of the open source container orchestration system stable tools for running important applications. This should make it more attractive for enterprises and other businesses that have been waiting for a guarantee of stability. In particular, the release has moved Kubernetes’ Workloads APIs to stable, meaning that the tools for […]
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