There is nothing more difficult to take in hand, more perilous to conduct, or more uncertain in its success, than to take the lead in the introduction of a new order of things.
Well, that was quite a ride. We’ve covered a lot in this book, but everything we’ve included has been determined by one simple principle: we think you need to know it if you’re using Kubernetes in production.
They say an expert is just somebody who’s one page ahead in the manual. It’s quite likely that, if you’re reading this book, you will be the Kubernetes expert for your organization, at least at first. We hope you’ll find this manual useful, but it’s only a starting point.
You may find these resources useful, both for learning more about Kubernetes and cloud native, and for keeping up with the latest news and developments:
The official Kubernetes Slack organization. This is a good place to ask questions, and chat with other users.
A public forum for discussing all things Kubernetes.
A weekly podcast put together by Google. Episodes usually run about 20 minutes and cover weekly news and usually interview someone involved with Kubernetes.
TGIK8s is a weekly live video stream, started by Joe Beda at Heptio. The format usually involves about an hour of live demoing something in the Kubernetes ecosystem. All videos are archived and available ...