Following our BIGGEST KubeCon + CloudNativeCon event yet, we wanted to share a snapshot of the notable highlights and news from KubeCon + CloudNativeCon NA 2019 in San Diego! This year we welcomed 12,000 attendees from around the world who attended compelling talks from CNCF project maintainers, end users, and community members. Our flagship North American event grew by more…
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Amazon, Datadog, Google, IBM, Microsoft, VMWare and other leading cloud native companies have adopted the specification SAN FRANCISCO, Calif. – December 18, 2019 – The Cloud Native Computing Foundation® (CNCF®), which builds sustainable ecosystems for cloud native software, today announced that The Update Framework (TUF) is the ninth project to graduate, following Kubernetes, Prometheus, Envoy, CoreDNS, containerd, Fluentd, Jaeger, and…
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Guest blog by Pankaj Gupta from Citrix  KubeCon + CloudNativeCon San Diego 2019 was the place to take stock and ponder the progress being made with Kubernetes. It was also the place to learn the art of possibilities with Kubernetes – the new paradigm of building applications for faster release cycles, modularity, and portability. Unsurprisingly, it was being driven by…
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Kubernetes 101

Guest post by Jef Spaleta, Sensu, originally published on the Sensu blog The appeal of running workloads in containers is intuitive and there are numerous reasons to do so. Shipping a process with its dependencies in a package that’s able to just run reduces the friction of organizational communication and operation. Relative to virtual machines, the size, simplicity, and reduced…
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The Cloud Native Computing Foundation, the governance body that manages Kubernetes, played a key role in making sure that the commercial implementations conform to a standard. The Certified Kubernetes Conformance Program ensures that every vendor’s version of Kubernetes supports the required APIs, as do open source community versions. READ MORE
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Guest post originally published on Sonobuoy, by John Schnake In Sonobuoy 0.15.4, we introduced the ability for plugins to report their plugin's progress to Sonobuoy by using a customizable webhook. Reporting status is incredibly important for long-running, opaque plugins like the e2e plugin, which runs the Kubernetes conformance tests. We're happy to announce that as of Kubernetes 1.17.0, the Kubernetes end-to-end (E2E)…
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Guest post by Zhimin Tang, Xiang Li and Fei Guo of Alibaba Abstract Since 2015, the Alibaba Cloud Container Service for Kubernetes (ACK) has been one of the fastest growing cloud services on Alibaba Cloud. Today, ACK not only serves numerous Alibaba Cloud customers, but it also supports Alibaba’s internal infrastructure and many other Alibaba cloud services. Like many other…
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Guest post originally published in Chinese by Yuanli Wang, PingCap TL;DR Modern database management systems (DBMS) are notorious for being complicated and having too many configuration options—or “knobs”— that mostly determine how the system performs. The traditional way of performance tuning is often based on the experience and intuition of the database administrator (DBA), which makes database tuning seem like…
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