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Learn how to migrate and modernize stateless applications and run them in a Kubernetes cluster.

NetBeans IDE 6.7 Beta now has Project Kenai Integration

Very quietly in September 2008, Sun opened up Kenai.com, its onramp for developer cloud efforts. Kenai.com now exceeds over 7,000 members and 500+ publicly hosted open source projects.

Currently, Project Kenai offers an integrated suite of productivity services for developers to host their open source code, as well as connect with peers of like mind.  Shortly, Project Kenai will introduce additional cloud features and collaboration tools. Today, every project hosted at Kenai.com gets the following:

  • (5) Source Code Repositories (Subversion, Mercurial, and Git in any combination)
  • (2) Issue Tracking Systems (Jira or Bugzilla)
  • (1) Wiki
  • (5) Forums
  • (5) Mailing Lists
  • (1) Download facility for documents
  • Evolving integration with NetBeans (access Kenai services straight from the IDE)
Anyone can freely join by going to http://kenai.com

Here's some useful resources to learn more or stay connected:

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