In collaboration with Microsoft, Google Cloud, and Amazon Web Services, Red Hat today launched , a “public registry” for finding services backed by Operators — methods of packaging, deploying, and managing Kubernetes-native applications — that have been quality-tested for users.

As Red Hat’s director of community development Diane Mueller explained, Operators, which were introduced by CoreOS in 2016, have surged in popularity as a way to automate infrastructure and app management using Kubernetes. However, curation

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