Cloud Native News - CNN21/49
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Cloud Native News - CNN21/49

Let's celebrate Kubernetes 1.23 release and its 47 enhancements, talk about immutable cloud infrastructure, eBPF making sidecars for service meshes obsolete, and congratulate HashiCrop for a successful IPO!
Cloud Native News - CNN21/49
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