2019 CNCF Annual Report 

The Cloud Native Computing Foundation (CNCF) annual report for 2019 is now available. The report highlights the growth of the community, events, projects, and more, over the past year. As CNCF celebrated its fourth birthday in 2019, we achieved greater engagement through membership growth, event attendance growth, and increased end user participation. This past year was an exceptional year for…
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Guest post from Connor Gorman, Sr. Software Engineer, StackRox The maturation of the container ecosystem has coincided in parallel with the emergence of Kubernetes as the de facto orchestrator for running containerized applications. This new declarative and immutable workload design has paved the way for an entirely new operational model for detection and response.  Kubernetes’ rich set of workload metadata…
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Kubernetes Message Queue

Guest post originally published in KubeMQ by Lior Nabat Background Most enterprises are adopting Kubernetes as a result of the endless benefits it offers. It is adopted for seamless container management; it provides high scalability and enhances communication / messaging. It can also allow for the addition of many lifetime applications when building a microservice. This means enterprises can make…
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We are happy to announce that the Cloud Native Computing Foundation (CNCF) is funding a new Kubernetes bug bounty program to reward researchers who find security vulnerabilities in Kubernetes’ codebase, as well as build and release processes. The program is being launched by the Kubernetes Product Security Committee, a group of security-focused maintainers who receive and respond to reports of…
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Keeping Cloud Native Well

While the CNCF makes every effort to ensure the comfort, health, and happiness of KubeCon + CloudNativeCon attendees, there were some attendees at KubeCon + CloudNativeCon Seattle 2018 who felt overwhelmed or unhappy. Some of those attendees were brave enough to share their experiences and this led to the creation of the Well-being working Group (WG). As the largest ever…
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