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How Red Hat aims to make Kubernetes boring...and successful

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How Red Hat aims to make Kubernetes boring...and successful

Red Hat's Midas Touch comes down to making risky technology safe, and now it's hoping to do the same to Kubernetes. Here's how it wants to make Kubernetes more boring for risk-averse CIOs.

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