10 Hot New Kubernetes Platforms And Tools
These are 10 new Kubernetes-related technologies released this year that CRN expects to make waves across the enterprise IT landscape.
Docker Enterprise 3.1
After acquiring Docker’s server-side business, Mirantis in May delivered the first version of Docker’s Kubernetes platform developed under its roof.
Docker Enterprise 3.1 added significant new functionality, especially as far as its ability to support Windows workloads.
The platform incorporates Kubernetes 1.17, upgrades to SLAs and customer support options, and adds GPU orchestration to empower AI developers.
Beyond functionality, the latest release made a statement to the roughly 750 customers who adopted the platform when still part of Docker—and the larger, extremely competitive Kubernetes market.