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Serverless containerization has taken the world by storm as it gives developers a way to deploy their stateless microservices without a heavy burden of infrastructure management. Cloud Run abstracts all infrastructure management. You hand over a container image with a web server and stateless logic, and specify a combination of memory/CPU and allowed concurrency. Cloud …

Having lots of images residing in your container registry can become a noticeable issue while dealing with CI/CD pipelines for modern cloud-native applications delivered to Kubernetes. If you don’t want to have an overfilled registry (and to pay for this uselessly occupied space), you need to understand which images won’t be used anymore. What are …