Microsoft Enables Kubernetes for Windows Edge Via ‘Project Haven’

Microsoft Enables Kubernetes for Windows Edge Via Project Haven

Microsoft is working on Project Haven to make Kubernetes available for lightweight Windows edge computing devices. Officials are expected to discuss Haven at the company’s virtual Build 2022 developer conference, which begins on May 24. 

Other Kubernetes-related topics Microsoft has planned include a ‘how-to’ for Azure Arc-enabled Kubernetes and another session about “seamless and secure Kubernetes experience and observability”. 

According to a cloud-native analysis published in January for the Cloud Native Computing Foundation, Kubernetes adoption increased significantly from 2020 to 2021. According to reports, Microsoft will also discuss Version 2 of its Synapse analytics tool, codenamed “Trident,” at the event. On the Build docket, there is a talk about the Synapse Gen2 data warehouse

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