A guide to KubeCon + CloudNativeCon North America 2020

Last updated:November 2020

Editor's note

From Nov. 17-20, the Cloud Native Computing Foundation (CNCF), which manages and maintains an array of open source software, hosted KubeCon + CloudNativeCon North America 2020. IT professionals tuned in to the virtual event to hear the latest updates and share experiences related to Kubernetes and other open source technologies. The event featured roughly 200 sessions that spanned topics from CI/CD and app development to container monitoring and observability.

The CNCF and open source community used KubeCon + CloudNativeCon North America 2020 to spotlight new or planned Kubernetes features and to discuss the broader trends sweeping the open source IT and cloud native landscapes. 

This show guide is a one-stop shop for IT professionals and decision-makers who want the most recent KubeCon + CloudNativeCon news. It also provides expert advice and tutorials for IT staff currently working with container technology.

1The latest Kubernetes and KubeCon news

Kubernetes -- along with the increasingly vast ecosystem of tools and services around it -- continues to evolve. IT admins and developers need to stay current with the latest Kubernetes features and releases to ensure their container deployments perform optimally and securely. Check out the biggest Kubernetes and KubeCon news stories from the show.

2Container technology trends and tutorials

Container and Kubernetes use in the enterprise has steadily matured, as IT teams move beyond initial adoption and into large-scale production deployments. Use the articles in this section to explore Kubernetes' role in DevOps, and how emerging technologies, such as the Knative serverless platform, can modernize container environments. In addition, find technical tutorials related to Kubernetes monitoring and microservices.