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Kubernetes 1.4 Ask Me Anything

Kubernetes 1.4 launched on Monday, September 26 with new features making Kubernetes easier to install and use. The advancement of the Kubernetes open source project is making GIFEE (Google Infrastructure for Everyone) a reality. Join us on Wednesday, October 12 at 10 am PT to learn more about the newest features in Kubernetes 1.4 and get all of your questions answered from the Kubernetes community of contributors. We’ll kick off the AMA talking about how it is easy to run Kubernetes anywhere and the improved security in Kubernetes 1.4. Then get your questions together as Ryan Jarvinen, Developer Advocate at CoreOS, will moderate a panel made up of Tim Hockin, Senior Staff Software Engineer, Google Cloud & Cluster Infrastructure, Casey Davenport, Software Engineer, Tigera, Dan Gillespie, Co-founder of Redspread, Matt Butcher, Helm Core Contributor, Deis and George Tankersley, Security Engineer, CoreOS to answer your questions on security, networking and more.
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