Foundation welcomes new members including Cyber Armor, Monzo, Twitter and Ubisoft to help define the future of the cloud native ecosystem  SAN FRANCISCO, Calif. – March 31, 2020 – The Cloud Native Computing Foundation® (CNCF®), which builds sustainable ecosystems for cloud native software, today announced that 81 new members and end user supporters have joined the Foundation, bringing total membership…
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With users in 25 different countries, the telecommunications giant Vodafone launched a new digital strategy in 2016 with the goal of creating the #1 customer experience in each of those markets. Historically, the telecom industry in general “relied on vendors to provide us with their custom hardware that delivered a specific functionality,” says Rabi Abdel, Principal Cloud Architect at Vodafone…
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Popular container orchestration platform Kubernetes has released version 1.18, its first release of the year. The Kubernetes team is calling version 1.18 "fit and finish," which commonly refers to a completed product with all its parts fitting tight and clean--in other words, Kubernetes sees this latest version as a major new release. READ MORE  
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CNCF Member Post Guest post originally published on Rookout.io by Liran Haimovtich is the Co-Founder and CTO of Rookout If you take a long hard look at the DevOps movement, you will find it actually divides neatly into two sub-movements. The bigger and often noisier of the two is about technology, advocating for the latest and the greatest tools and…
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Community Blog Post Originally published on Medium by Khyati Soneji My Internship experience with Thanos, a project aimed at unlocking highly available and long term Prometheus storage capabilities. This article is about my whole journey as an Intern working on Thanos project with help from my mentors Bartłomiej Płotka and Giedrius Statkevičius. I am Khyati Soneji, currently pursuing my bachelor’s degree in Computer Engineering from Pandit…
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CNCF Member Blog Guest blog post originally published on Infracloud from Vivek Singh, software developer, Infracloud If you are working on Kubernetes for some time you may have faced a scenario where you have to give some users limited access to your Kubernetes cluster. For example you may want a user, say Alice from development, to have access only to…
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CNCF Member Blog Guest post originally published on the Rookout blog by Or Weis  In a modern organization, the dependency on constant data flow doesn’t skip a single role -- already encompassing every function in R&D, Sales, Marketing, BI, and Product. Essentially every position is going through a fusion process with data-science. “Data is the new oil.” “Everyone needs data.”…
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