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Kubernetes/Containers Adoption Rising

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  • Why developer evangelism is the secret to the success of Kubernetes

    Kubernetes is the hottest thing to hit containers since...Docker. That's faint praise, given that Docker barely burst onto the scene in 2013. But, given the pace of enterprise infrastructure innovation these days, four years may be all the limelight one gets. As such, it's critical to make the most of an opportunity, which Kubernetes has done by delivering great code and, as I've called out, superior community.

  • Containers Use in Production Workloads Ticks Up Slowly

    Docker and other container platforms have caught the attention of enterprise software development teams and IT departments, but relatively few are entrusting their production workloads to the technology.

    According to the Cloud Foundry Foundation's latest Global Perception Study, 25 percent of enterprises are using containers in production, a three percent increase compared to 2016. Forty-two percent of respondents said their organizations were currently evaluating container technologies.

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