Launch of kcp.io – Talk to us at KubeCon!
Welcome to the website of the kcp project. We have come a long way from the first commit to the kcp project on July 7 2020, to the project we see today. We started with an experiment to add logical clusters to kube-apiserver, and we’ve evolved into a tool that enables large scale multi-tenant services based on the Kubernetes API.
Today we are proud to announce the kcp website:
We love collaboration. Together, we can change the world.
Join us at the KubeCon NA 2022 in Detroit. A number of people from the community will be there and we are happy to hear feedback or the next exciting idea kcp will enable. Here is a list of where you can find us:
- Oct 25, 11am OpenShift Commons: The Future of Kubernetes is Control Planes – Andy Goldstein, Stefan Schimanski, Tushar Katarki
- Oct 25, 1pm OpenShift Commons: Multicluster OpenShift Community Meet-Up – Andy Goldstein, Stefan Schimanski, Alberto Garcia Lamela, Tushar Katarki
- Oct 26, 5:25pm KubeCon Talk: KCP towards 1,000,000 clusters, Stefan Schimanski
- Oct 26, 5:25pm KubeCon Talk: Like Peas And Carrots: Argo CD And Crossplane For Infrastructure Management – Viktor Farcic, Jesse Suen
- Oct 27, 11:55am KubeCon Talk: Towards Something Better Than CRDs In a Post-Operator World – Stefan Schimanski
- Oct 27, 2:30pm Virtual KubeCon Red Hat Booth: Virtual Office Hours: KCP – Andy Goldstein, Nolan Brubaker, Steve Kuznetsov – Login to the KubeCon virtual platform and navigate to the Red Hat booth to join
- Oct 28, 11am KubeCon Talk: Crossplane Intro And Deep Dive - The Cloud Native Control Plane Framework – Jared Watts, Matthias Luebken & Nic Cope, Upbound; Bob Haddleton, Nokia
For many more details about what kcp is and how we arrived where we are today, please enjoy reading the second blog post: kcp: the journey.