With the announcement of Kubernetes 1.8 expected this week, we decided to sit down with two of the project's leaders, Clayton Coleman (@smarterclayton) and Derek Carr (@derekwaynecarr).

We discussed the early days of Kubernetes, how the Kubernetes SIGs are organized and prioritize new capabilities, as well as some of their favorite features in Kubernetes 1.8. They gave us a great deal of insight into how 1.8 provides a framework for extensibility for new APIs, new hardware, stability and potential projects in the future (e.g. "Istio").

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OpenShift Container Platform, Thought Leadership

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