Kubernetes 1.11: In-Cluster Load Balancing and CoreDNS Plugin Graduate to GA

Author: Kubernetes 1.11 Release Team

We’re pleased to announce the delivery of Kubernetes 1.11, our second release of 2018!

Today’s release continues to advance maturity, scalability, and flexibility of Kubernetes, marking significant progress on features that the team has been hard at work on over the last year. This newest version graduates key features in networking, opens up two major features from SIG-API Machinery and SIG-Node for beta testing, and continues to enhance storage features that have been a focal point of the past two releases. The features in this release make it increasingly possible to plug any infrastructure, cloud or on-premise, into the Kubernetes system.

Notable additions in this release include two highly-anticipated features graduating to general availability: IPVS-based In-Cluster Load Balancing and CoreDNS as a cluster DNS add-on option, which means increased scalability and flexibility for production applications.

Let’s dive into the key features of this release:

IPVS-Based In-Cluster Service Load Balancing Graduates

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Don’t Learn TensorFlow! Start with Keras or PyTorch Instead

So, you want to learn deep learning? Whether you want to start applying it to your business, base your next side project on it, or simply gain marketable skills – picking the right deep learning framework to learn is the essential first step towards reaching your goal.We strongly recommend that you pick either Keras or PyTorch. These are powerful tools that are enjoyable to learn and experiment with. We know them both from the teacher’s and the student’s perspective. Piotr has delivered corporate workshops on both, while Rafał is currently learning them.(See the discussion on Hacker News and Reddit).IntroductionKeras and PyTorch are open-source frameworks for deep learning gaining much popularity among data scientists.Keras is a high-level API capable of running on top of TensorFlow, CNTK, Theano, or MXNet (or as tf.contrib within TensorFlow). Since its initial release in March 2015, it has gained favor for its ease of use and

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Building the GOV.UK of the future

GOV.UK is the single website for all central government services and information. Since launching in 2012 it has replaced nearly 2,000 government websites with just one.
GOV.UK has been viewed more than 14 billion times since it went live. It gets an average 3.6 million visits a day. It has won awards – including a D&AD Black Pencil and a Design Museum Design of the Year award. And it has influenced governments all over the world from Australia to Israel.
You probably know about most of this already because we’re rightly proud of it and we’ve talked about it a lot.
But GOV.UK is much more than just a website for government – it’s the online home of all of government’s content and services. It’s the digital interface for millions of people interacting with central government.
So that means we serve a dual role:

We help people understand government by making content simple and

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