Search results for: werf


How we combined OpenTelemetry traces with Prometheus metrics to build a powerful alerting mechanism

Posted on July 20, 2023 | By Ran Nozik

Member post originally published on the Helios blog by Ran Nozik Leveraging open source projects and creative thinking helped us deliver trace-based alerts to our customers swiftly and efficiently. One of the qualities of engineering team excellence is…


Launching the new GitOps Associate Certification (CGOA)

Posted on February 21, 2024

Together with Linux Foundation Training and Certification and the Continuous Delivery Foundation, we are happy to announce the GitOps Associate (CGOA) certification, designed for DevOps engineers and team members, platform and software engineers, CI/CD practitioners, and other team…


Securing OpenTofu with Nirmata powered by Kyverno

Posted on February 21, 2024 | By Anusha Hegde

Member post originally published on Nirmata’s blog by Anusha Hegde As Infrastructure as Code (IaC) continues to gain popularity among DevOps practitioners for its efficiency and scalability, the recent Terraform license ambiguity has prompted the emergence of alternative…


When do you need attributes in fine-grained authorization?

Posted on February 12, 2024 | By Omri Gazitt

Member post originally published on Aserto’s blog by Omri Gazitt, CEO, Aserto Fine-grained authorization is the process of verifying that a subject (typically a user) has permission to perform an action on a specific resource (for example, a…


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…


KubeTrain: A sustainable journey to KubeCon + CloudNativeCon Europe 2024

Posted on February 8, 2024 | By Michel Murabito

Community post by Michel Murabito (@akelity on GitHub) In a world increasingly dominated by technology, it’s crucial to think about how it can coexist in harmony with our planet. Sustainability in technology goes beyond just software development or…


From attendees to organizers: a community story

Posted on February 1, 2024 | By Matteo Bianchi, Marcel Kerker and Carlos Mestre del Pino

KCD post by Matteo Bianchi, Marcel Kerker and Carlos Mestre del Pino Less than a year ago some of us attended our first Kubernetes Community Day ever, in Amsterdam and we would never have guessed that some months…


Konveyor 0.3.0 release announcement

Posted on January 31, 2024 | By Savitha Raghunathan

Ambassador post by Savitha Raghunathan We are excited to announce the release of Konveyor 0.3.0! This version introduces significant features like the Multi-Language Analyzer, Custom Assessment Module, and Dynamic Reports. Beyond these key features, we’ve incorporated various minor…


Cloud Native Sustainability Week 2023: putting sustainability on the community radar

Posted on January 29, 2024 | By Michel Murabito, Marta Paciorkowska, Kristina Devochko, and Leonard Pahlke

TAG post by Michel Murabito, Marta Paciorkowska, Kristina Devochko, and Leonard Pahlke For the first time, during the week 9th-15th October 2023, CNCF TAG Environmental Sustainability organized a global community event that was aimed to raise awareness for…


GitOpsCon Europe 2023 and beyond!

Posted on January 19, 2024

Community post by Christian Hernandez, head of community, Akuity GitOpsCon Europe 2023 took place, virtually, on December 5th and 6th. It took place as multiple tracks, spread over two half days. There were multiple talks spanning all user…