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We're excited to formally announce we’ve fully secured $840,000 as part of phase one of our total $2.8m seed funding round for CIvo.
We're really proud to announce that we have been accepted by the Cloud Native Computing Foundation (CNCF) as a conformant Certified Kubernetes provider for our v1.20 Civo Kubernetes product based on k3s.
After a 20 month-long beta which has seen a 4,000+ strong community help us shape our Kubernetes product; we are now preparing for our GA launch.
We announce the long-awaited custom Civo platform, that we're calling CivoStack. Built from the ground up to serve cloud-native computing needs, it is a Kubernetes-based platform for the future.
Some of our top cloud-native guides for the year gone by, drawn both from guides published on our site and around the web by our community of users
To wrap up the year, I thought I'd put together some of the most significant developments in our company from a CTO perspective, and how they stand us looking forward into the next year.
KubeQuest aims to present the processes and tooling of running Kubernetes on our managed platform in a concise way, as an adventure.
Here's how 2021 is shaping up for Civo, and how my new role as Director of Technical Evangelism is helping to bridge the gap between our community and roadmap.
This community meetup took a deeper look into how the Civo marketplace can improve your Kubernetes workflows.
Our first episode takes us back to the early days of launching Civo, where we had a fledgeling Ceph cluster with a bunch of SSDs in each. Those were darker times, in the early days of OpenStack.