Kubernetes 1.23 Release

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  • kubernetes

    Production-Grade Container Scheduling and Management

    There are a ton of improvements in 1.23. You get more details from the official blog post and the changelog. Also, Víctor Jiménez Cerrada and the team at Sysdig have put together another comprehensive blog post about what’s changing, which I highly recommend. But here are a few highlights.

  • slsa

    Supply-chain Levels for Software Artifacts

    If you’ve been to the last few KubeCons, you know that software supply chain security is a super hot topic. It’s exciting to hear that the release process for Kubernetes now complies with level 1 of the SLSA (Supply-chain Levels for Software Artifacts). Many people and organizations depend on Kubernetes, and these improvements are timely.

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  • enhancements

    Enhancements tracking repo for Kubernetes

    In this release IPv4/IPv6 dual-stack networking support graduates to stable. If you’ve been following the saga of adding IPv6 support to Kubernetes, it’s been a long road. Users ran into problems with the initial implementation, but it’s finally ready for prime time now. It’s exciting to see. Kudos to the team for working with the community on this. It’s very important.

  • sig-release

    Repo for SIG release

    Shout out to the SIG Release team once again for all of their hard work to ship 1.23. Release management is hard and often thankless work, and I appreciate their efforts so much. Also, I want to give a big thank you to everyone who contributed to 1.23. When I see such a long list of changes, it’s clear that many people worked hard to get them done.

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