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Bret Fisher
Bret Fisher
My Patreon is launching soon! Also, cloud Kubernetes is getting easier.

My Patreon: What Do You Want in a Docker and Kubernetes Membership?
Soon I’ll be launching my Patreon page after months of work on making a membership worth paying for. It’ll be where you can follow all my updates from everything I’m creating around containers and DevOps (way more then just this newsletter) and get exclusive membership benefits. But, I need your feedback now to make sure it’s awesome!
Today: Vote in my one-question survey on which benefits you care about!
Patreon Pre-Launch Single Question Survey
2020 Trend: Kubernetes Will Get Easier
We’ve seen for years as Kubernetes has added user-friendly features and squashed bugs, but in 2019 the cloud hosters launched or improved the ease-of-use of their cloud Kubernetes. They keep showing off new ways to use Kubernetes without having to be a cluster export or creating thousands of lines of YAML.
Making Kubernetes Easier with DigitalOcean Container Registry and 1-Click Apps
Google Cloud Run: Serverless Computing
I’m busy working on finishing the Ingress update to Kubernetes Mastery and finishing up our Patreon benefits plans.
Talk to you soon!
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Bret Fisher
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