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Introducing Pivotal Container Service (PKS), The Simple Way to Bring Kubernetes to Enterprise Customers
Pivotal, in collaboration with VMware and Google, announces the launch of Pivotal Container Service (PKS). ...
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Running Docker Containers on Pivotal Web Services
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