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Thank you for everyone who was able to attend our recent webinar, Kubernetes on the Edge, featuring Richard Nicholas, Operations Director here at Hivelocity. Thank you as well to fellow panelists Ivan Fetch of Fairwinds and Mike Vizard of Techstrong Group for helping to make this discussion a great success, as well as to Container Journal for sponsoring and promoting the event.

For those unable to attend the webinar, a on-demand recording of the entire discussion is available for viewing at: https://webinars.containerjournal.com/kubernetes-on-the-edge. Registration for the recorded version of the webinar is free, so be sure to check it out!

Thank you again to all participants and be sure to keep your eye on our blog for upcoming webinar event announcements. 

Looking for more information on K8s or the Edge? Check out our recent blog post, Kubernetes at the Edge, featuring Hivelocity Sr. VP of Software, Zach Kazanski, as he offers his in-depth analysis on the role of Kubernetes in Edge architecture, the future of IoT, and a few must-know light K8s alternatives which are redefining Edge computing. It’s a worthwhile read you won’t want to miss!

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