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Cloud Native Now: “CNCF: Kubernetes Continues To Mature – But is it Grown Up?”

Posted on July 16, 2024

Technology grows up. Obviously, that’s not a term we normally use, because, of course, we say that applications, platforms, tools, components and entire ecosystems eventually start to evolve, extend and mature. Now looking at where the Cloud Native…

Now what? Kubernetes troubleshooting with AI?

Posted on July 11, 2024 | By Emin Alemdar

Ambassador post originally published on Medium by Emin Alemdar We all know that Kubernetes troubleshooting is difficult and it can get pretty complex from time to time. We can easily get lost in the logs, jumping between pods,…

How WebAssembly components extend the frontiers of Kubernetes to multi-cloud, edge, and beyond

Posted on July 1, 2024 | By Taylor Thomas

Ambassador post by Taylor Thomas, CNCF Ambassador and Director of Engineering at Cosmonic WebAssembly (Wasm) components are here and already unlocking new computing patterns. Meanwhile, CNCF’s wasmCloud offers Wasm-native orchestration for distributed components—in essence, a Kubernetes for WebAssembly….

Celebrating 10 years of Kubernetes: the evolution of database operators

Posted on June 28, 2024 | By Edith Puclla

Ambassador post by Edith Puclla, CNCF Ambassador and Tech Evangelist at Percona Since its launch in June 2014, Kubernetes has revolutionized container orchestration, transforming how applications are managed and scaled.  The Data on Kubernetes Community (DoKC) created an…

Get with IT Podcast: “Looking back at the last decade of Kubernetes for the project’s 10th anniversary (with CNCF’s Chris Aniszczyk)”

Posted on June 24, 2024

ITOps Times news editor Jenna Barron speaks to Chris Aniszczyk, CTO of the Cloud Native Computing Foundation (CNCF), about the history of the Kubernetes project, which celebrated its 10 year anniversary this month.

Answering your top 9 questions about monitoring in Kubernetes

Posted on June 10, 2024 | By Dexter Garner

Member post originally published on Fairwinds’ blog by Dexter Garner There are many things you can monitor in Kubernetes but you need to understand what is mission-critical in terms of monitoring. In a recent webinar, we explored what you should…

Kubernetes is ten years old!

Posted on June 7, 2024

On June 6, 2014, Joe Beda made the first commit to Kubernetes, and suddenly a movement was born. Kubernetes has changed the world over the last ten years. “I don’t think any of us expected Kubernetes to turn…

Generative AI for Kubernetes: meet K8sGPT open source project

Posted on June 7, 2024

Ambassador post originally published on the blog by Dotan Horovits Troubleshooting within Kubernetes environments can be a daunting task. If we could only have a magical artificial intelligence advisor that could gather all the data about what…

The voice of Kubernetes experts report 2024: the data trends driving the future of the enterprise

Posted on June 6, 2024

Guest post by Rajiv Thakkar, Director of Product Marketing, Portworx, Pure Storage  (LinkedIn) Today, June 6, marks the 10th anniversary of Kubernetes. Kubernetes originally began as a project in Google and was released as open source in June…

Unveiling the 10-Year Kubernetes anniversary logo

Posted on June 6, 2024

Congratulations to Cristher Castro and the Cuemby for designing the winning logo As we celebrate the anniversary of the first Kubernetes commit, we’re thrilled to announce the Kubernetes 10th Anniversary Logo Design Contest winner and unveil the winning…