As 2017 draws to a close, we look at some of the reasons why the use of open source software is growing and will continue to grow in the year ahead.
A survey conducted by the Cloud Native Computing Foundation indicates that the deployment of Kubernetes on AWS and other public clouds is on the rise.
The open source startup Heptio partnered with Redmond to bring its Kubernetes cluster disaster recovery tool to Microsoft Azure.
Kubernetes 1.9 will feature a ready-for-prime-time Apps Workloads, Windows functionality moving into beta and forward moves in storage.
At KubeCon, Bitnami demonstrated a tool for deploying pre-packaged Kubernetes containers with the click of a mouse.
Amazon Web Services will soon fully support the open source container orchestration platform Kubernetes -- with added features.
The financial services company moves into proprietary waters with software it acquired in last years purchase of Critical Stack.
Cloud Native Computing Foundation's new program promises to make life easier for admins managing containers using Kubernetes.
Partnership with Mesosphere should add beef to Azure's hybrid cloud visions.