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Kubernetes may have been around for the better part of a decade, but the platform itself continues to evolve. Heading into 2023, it will be imperative for organizations to keep track of what functionality is added and what is deprecated so they can effectively manage their fleets of Kubernetes clusters. After all, the only thing more challenging than managing Kubernetes itself is managing multiple clusters running multiple versions of Kubernetes that are dependent on outdated or no-longer-used APIs.
Thankfully, the Kubernetes roadmap provided by the Technical Oversight Committee provides some critical insights that IT organizations can use to better plan their Kubernetes cluster management strategy for 2023. Of course, if they choose to ignore the roadmap, they will be doing so at their own peril.