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We Proudly Present KKP 2.18 and KubeOne 1.3

Today, we are thrilled to announce Kubermatic Kubernetes Platform 2.18 and KubeOne 1.3. Our team has put a lot of thought, love, and sweat in both releases to deliver our biggest update to date.

KKP

Kubermatic Kubernetes Platform 2.18 Is Here!

Today, we are excited to announce the latest release of Kubermatic Kubernetes Platform (KKP). Through our dedicated efforts we are pleased to offer our community one of the most significant updates to date, which includes some great new features like multi user cluster monitoring, logging, and altering, cluster templates, new metering integration, and Open Policy Agent enhancements.

KubeOne

Life Is Hard, KubeOne 1.3 Makes It Easier!

Today, we are pleased to announce that KubeOne 1.3 is now generally available. KubeOne is our open source cluster lifecycle management tool that automates cluster deployment and management in your preferred cloud, on-prem, edge, or IoT environment.

Kubernetes

Audit Logging in Clusters

Whenever you change something in your cluster, you might want to log that change somewhere so that you can look it up later. Did you know that Kubernetes not only lets you log all changes but also fire events that respond to particular changes? Find out in this article how to do this!

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Kubermatic News for July 2021

See why implementing a multi-cloud strategy is the most important step to maximize your company cost savings, sign in for our CNCF On-demand Webinar, and don’t forget to grab your ticket for ContainerDays 2021.

Kubernetes

Keeping the State of Apps 6: Introduction to StatefulSets

In previous parts of this series, we walked you through StorageClass as one of the Kubernetes objects for data persistence. Let’s now look at another persistent data object referred to as a StatefulSet. We’ll cover the topics below and some hands-on practice to show you the functionalities of this object.

Kubernetes

Keeping the State of Apps 5: Introduction to Storage Classes

The previous installment in this series outlined two volume provisioning methods, static and dynamic. The exercise on creating a PersistentVolume was based on static volume provisioning, while this segment will focus on the dynamic method using StorageClass. You’ll learn how to make a volume request of any size, without worrying about whether or not it’s available in the storage pool.

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Kubermatic Partners With DifiNative to Deliver Best-in-Class Services

We are delighted to announce our strategic partnership with DifiNative, a specialized cloud native engineering company with global infrastructure services experience. As Kubernetes installations grow in size and complexity, this partnership provides new and existing customers with best-in-class services for our Kubernetes automation product portfolio.