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· 5 min read
Ramiro Algozino

The adoption of containerized applications and Kubernetes is skyrocketing. Some people are even calling Kubernetes "the Operating System for the Cloud".

One goal of Kubernetes Fury Distribution (KFD) is to let you be part of this revolution, giving you strong foundations to build your application and have it running on production smoothly.

KFD keeps evolving together with Kubernetes and the Cloud-Native ecosystem. In this post, we discuss the plans for KFD for this year.

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If you are new to KFD, we invite you to learn more about it in the documentation section of this site.

Without further ado, the key concepts for KFD in 2022 are...

  • Community
  • Automation

· 5 min read
Nandaja Varma
Niccolo Raspa
Ramiro Algozino

Welcome to the release of Kubernetes Fury Distribution (KFD) version v1.23.0!

As a part of Team SIGHUP's continuous efforts to serve the community with a production-ready full-fledged, Kubernetes Distribution, we continuously keep expanding and maintaining the Kubernetes Fury ecosystem to keep up with the latest upstream changes.

Let us dive together into the changes for this new version.

Highlights of KFD release v1.23.0

  • Brand new versioning scheme following closely Kubernetes runtime releases.
  • One of the top 10 Kubernetes Distros supporting Kubernetes v1.23.0, certified by the CNCF.
  • New and improved documentation site for Kubernetes Fury Distribution and its modules.
  • Updated all the core modules to the latest upstream versions with bug fixes, security updates, and new features.