OpenShift Commons Briefing: Kubernetes 1.10 Release Update with Cole Mickens and Stefan Schimanski (Red Hat)
March 28, 2018 | by
OpenShift Commons Briefing Summary
In this briefing, Cole Mickens and Stefan Schimanski, Red Hat walk thru what's in the Kubernetes 1.10 Release. Key Features in this release include API aggregation which graduated to GA, along with Container Storage Interface (CSI) and Mechanism for hardware device support which both graduated to beta. As with previous release, there has been a strong focus on fixing bug and maturing existing features to beta and stable. As always, ensuring stability matters and the community continues to refine, polish, scale, and tighten Kubernetes for production use with each release.
Kubernetes 1.10 Release Statistics:
8000+ pull requests merged across org (+30% compared to 1.9)
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