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A few weeks ago, Mirantis Field CTO Shaun O’Meara and Systems Architect Oleskii Kolodiazhnyi presented a webinar about the future of OpenStack, featuring an overview and demo of Mirantis’ latest OpenStack solution: Mirantis OpenStack for Kubernetes (MOS). During the course of the webinar, we received a lot of great questions from the audience. In this post, we’ve included those questions, providing …
The lightweight, single-binary, open source Kubernetes for IoT and datacenter has earned its first major version designation. Recent features include kube-router as default CNI, arm32 support, backups, and a simple but powerful new lifecycle manager! "K0S was engineered to be modern and simple to run anywhere," says Miska Kaipiainen, project founder. "What people call 'lightweight' — which is, I guess, generally …
For a couple of weeks now, we’ve been talking about the k0s project, a simple way to get Kubernetes up and running. In this quick and dirty guide, we’ll give you all the background you need to get started.
We’ve got a lot going on here at Mirantis, and one thing that’s flown under the radar is the K0s project, a real game-changer of a small, fast, robust, easy-to-use Kubernetes distribution.