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Kubernetes for Serverless Applications by Russ McKendrick

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Future developments

Three months is a long time in technology. There have been a few changes to the Kubernetes ecosystem since I first started writing this book; the most notable two are currently in private beta and are expected to open up for public use in early 2018.

The first is an alternative to running Kubernetes locally using Minikube, which came from an unexpected source: Docker. During DockerCon Europe 2017, it was announced that Docker will be supporting Kubernetes alongside Docker swarm in both the Community and Enterprise Editions of Docker for macOS and Docker for Windows.

You can find out more information on this upcoming release at https://www.docker.com/kubernetes, or watch Elton Stoneman's introduction video for the service ...

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