This article was contributed by: Chris Lentricchia, Sara E. Davila, Rin Oliver, Jennifer Lankford, Andrew Randall, Shea Stewart, and Dave McAllister. The ongoing situation surrounding COVID-19 and social distancing as much of a mental health issue as it is a viral one. With everything that’s going on, it’s normal to have concerns right now. To that end, members of the…
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This week, throngs of cloud-native computing fans were set to descend on Amsterdam for KubeCon, the Cloud Native Computing Foundation’s conference for all things Kubernetes. Alas, like so many other conferences, the CNCF decided to postpone KubeCon. But that doesn’t mean I can’t still write about the highlights of the show in this article. It just means that everyone involved…
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The open source Kubernetes platform has become the defacto standard for enabling cloud native application delivery. At its core, Kubernetes is a container orchestration platform, with organizations using it both on-premises and across both public and private cloud provides to deploy, schedule and manage container applications workloads. On March 25, Kubernetes 1.18 became generally available, as the second major release…
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Cloud Native Computing Foundation (CNCF) is an open-source software collective that aims at making the adoption of cloud-native computing universal. CNCF is driven by a community of developers, end-users, and IT service providers that collaborate to create open-source, vendor-neutral tools. CNCF creates tools for projects that help boost the adoption of cloud-native computing. One such tool is Kubernetes that has…
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Kubernetes is the container orchestrator we all love. But it's not unconditional love. Some users were a bit overwhelmed with the last release's Container Storage Interface (CSI) infrastructure update, which required clusters to be explicitly updated. So, some folks are very happy to see that Kubernetes 1.18 is much more of a "fit and finish" release. READ MORE
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If cloud computing and software development are to continue to thrive, more cooperation is needed to ensure our shared systems are secure. To do that, we need to agree to implement industry standards in vital areas. The Open Policy Agent (OPA) is an important step in that direction, one that hasn’t received anywhere near the attention it deserves. READ MORE
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Cloud-native deployments are now the norm. According to CNCF’s community survey, cloud-native projects are increasingly being deployed in production. The CNCF community survey was conducted in September and October 2019, and the company received 1,337 responses. The goal of the community survey is to understand where and how cloud native technologies are being adopted, the CNCF explained. READ MORE
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CNCF Staff Blog KubeCon + CloudNativeCon North America 2019 was our largest event to date with record-breaking registrations, attendance, sponsorships, and co-located events. With nearly 12,000 attendees, this year’s event in San Diego saw a 49% increase in attendance over last year’s event in Seattle. Sixty-five percent of attendees were first-timers. We’ve published KubeCon + CloudNativeCon North America 2019 conference…
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The Cloud Native Computing Foundation (CNCF) has moved the Falco security project to the organization's incubator. This takes Falco to the next level in the development process at CNCF. With Falco, users should be able to uncover dangers and unexpected behavior in their Kubernetes applications and thus be able to increase security in cloud-native development. READ MORE
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