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Dragonfly accelerates distribution of large files with Git LFS

Posted on January 15, 2024 | By Wenbo Qi

Project post by Wenbo Qi of Dragonfly What is Git LFS? Git LFS (Large File Storage) is an open-source extension for Git that enables users to handle large files more efficiently in Git repositories. Git is a version…


TorchServe accelerates the distribution of models based on Dragonfly

Posted on December 6, 2023 | By Congwang Li

Project post by Congwang Li, Dragonfly This document will help you experience how to use dragonfly with TorchServe. During the downloading of models, the file size is large and there are many services downloading the files at the…


Hugging Face accelerates distribution of models and datasets based on Dragonfly

Posted on November 16, 2023

Project post by Gaius, Dragonfly Maintainer This document will help you experience how to use dragonfly with hugging face. During the downloading of datasets or models, the file size is large and there are many services downloading the…


Harbor is extending its reach with key image distribution features and support for Machine Learning artifacts

Posted on August 25, 2020

By the Harbor team, originally posted on the Harbor blog On the heels of the announcement that Harbor is now a Graduated project in CNCF, the team is preparing for another big event—the upcoming release of Harbor v2.1. Harbor…


SiliconANGLE: "CNCF to host Dragonfly, a cloud-native file distribution system for Kubernetes"

Posted on April 9, 2020

The Cloud Native Computing today announced its second incubation-level hosted project this week: Dragonfly, an open-source, cloud-native image and file distribution system for Kubernetes users.


After learning the ropes with a Kubernetes distribution, Booking.com built a platform of its own

Posted on February 13, 2020

Booking.com has a long history with Kubernetes: In 2015, a team at the travel platform prototyped a container platform based on Mesos and Marathon. Impressed by what the technology offered, but in need of enterprise features at its…


eWEEK: "How the update Framework improves software distribution security"

Posted on July 13, 2018

In recent years that there been multiple cyber-attacks that compromised a software developer’s network to enable the delivery of malware inside of software updates. That’s a situation that Justin Cappos, founder of The Update Framework (TUF) open-source project,…


Cloud Native Computing Foundation launches certified Kubernetes program with 32 Conformant distributions and platforms

Posted on November 13, 2017

Program Ensures Portability and Interoperability Across the Kubernetes Ecosystem SAN FRANCISCO – November 13, 2017 – The Cloud Native Computing Foundation® (CNCF®), which sustains and integrates open source technologies like Kubernetes® and Prometheus, today announced availability of the Certified Kubernetes Conformance Program,…


Policy-as-Code in the software supply chain

Posted on February 14, 2024 | By Marina Moore, Michael Lieberman, John Kjell, James Carnegie, and Luca Bandini

TAG post by members of TAG security including Marina Moore, Michael Lieberman, John Kjell, James Carnegie, and Luca Bandini Reviewers: Emily Fox, Andrés Vega, Andrew McNamara, Andrew Block, Jon Zeolla, Andrew Martin Introduction Software supply chain policy describes…


The need for speed: optimizing Kyverno’s performance

Posted on February 9, 2024 | By Jim Bugwadia and Khaled Emara

Member post originally published on Nirmata’s blog by Jim Bugwadia and Khaled Emara About Kyverno Kyverno is a policy engine designed for Kubernetes and cloud native workloads. Policies can be managed as Kubernetes resources, and no new language…