Kubernetes 1.19 release candidate available for testing

Canonical

on 11 August 2020

The Kubernetes 1.19 release candidate is now available for download and experimentation ahead of general availability later this month. You can try it now with MicroK8s.

To get the latest Kubernetes on your machine, install MicroK8s and get a lightweight, zero-ops K8s cluster in no time:

sudo snap install microk8s --channel=1.19/candidate --classic

Or install from https://snapcraft.io/microk8s  and select 1.19/candidate

You can install MicroK8s on Ubuntu and all major Linux distributions or on Windows and macOS using native installers.

For any questions or support requests on Kubernetes and MicroK8s,  contact us or find our Kubernetes team on Discourse or Slack (#microk8s).

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