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Microsoft’s Project Haven to Bring Kubernetes to Windows Edge Devices

At Build 2022, Microsoft will discuss Project Haven, which is Kubernetes support for Windows devices on edge computing.


Build 2022 is just around the corner, the all-digital developer conference will get underway on May 24. Information regarding Microsoft's planned announcements at the event is trickling out. For example, we are hearing that the company will discuss its support for Windows edge devices, which is known as Project Haven.

As more customers turn to Kubernetes for their container needs, Microsoft is looking to expand its support for the platforms. The company will make Kubernetes a core topic at Build 2022, with several sessions and announcements planned.

One will be on Project Haven, which will support Kubernetes on Windows edge-computing devices. Microsoft has currently only confirmed a session on the subject and wider details are not yet available.

All the company says is that Project Haven will help Windows edge devices get better-containerized workloads. It will also work on Linux.

Build Sessions

Although, it is clear the company has a lot to discuss regarding Kubernetes at Build. The company will hold sessions to provide how-to information for Kubernetes on Azure Arc. There is also an Arc session for “seamless and secure Kubernetes experience and observability”.

This week, Microsoft has been expanding its list of confirmed sessions for the Build 2022 conference. You can check out the full list here, although more sessions will be added leading up to Build.

One of those sessions will cover Power Pages, which we reported on earlier this week. Power Pages are the new name for Power Apps Portals. It will continue to provide a hosting and development service for building business websites with low-code features. It allows organizations to create and publish mobile and desktop sites with templates.

Tip of the day: If you need to Create, Delete or Resize Partitions, Windows has everything you thanks to the built-in Disk Management-tool.

Luke Jones
Luke Jones
Luke has been writing about all things tech for more than five years. He is following Microsoft closely to bring you the latest news about Windows, Office, Azure, Skype, HoloLens and all the rest of their products.

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