Today, IBM announced how they intend to improve their support for Kubernetes in the near future. IBM introduced their first storage for containers in 2017 and has been slowly improving their support since then. In 2018 the computing giant announced plans to acquire Red Hat. IBM was founded in 1911. Over a hundred years old, the company is one of the oldest and most famous manufacturers of computer components and supercomputers. Throughout their long history, they’ve often been at the forefront of computer research.
Today, IBM announced how they intend to improve their support for Kubernetes in the near future. IBM introdu
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