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Yesterday at the KubeCon + CloudNativeCon 2019 conference, we announced two new open source projects — Kui and Iter8 — and new developments to Tekton and Razee to enable continuous innovation, continuous delivery, and increased productivity with Kubernetes. Learn more about the projects.
In August, we introduced you to Appsody, an open source projects that includes a powerful CLI and set of preconfigured stacks and templates so you can develop applications in a continuous, containerized run, test, and debug environment and then deploy to Kubernetes. This past month, we released a number of resources to help you get up and running with Appsody:
From now until May, we are offering workshops around the world to help you deploy, run, and manage applications with Red Hat OpenShift on IBM Cloud. Check out the Kubernetes with OpenShift World Tour and meet us on the road.
Finally, if you’re as obsessed with podcasts as I am, be sure to listen to our new IBM Developer Podcast. Hear from developers about the open source projects they’re working on, what they’re excited about in technology, and more. Check it out and subscribe wherever you listen to podcasts!
Emily Mitchell - Managing Editor, IBM Developer Open Technology