Member Post Guest post by Joe Pelletier, VP of Strategy at Fairwinds With different teams - development, security and operations - and prioritization of speedy delivery over perfect configuration, mistakes are inevitable. As teams work on building and shipping new applications, mistakes are bound to happen if the only safeguard is an application developer remembering to adjust Kubernetes’ default configurations.…
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Member Post Guest post originally published on the Rookout blog by Or Weis In the age of discovery, navigators changed the world. Their unique skills won them fame, riches, and glory, as well as the ears and support of kings and emperors. The rulers of old who knew the importance of investing in these skilled frontier men rewarded their nations with the longest…
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Community Post Guest blog post from Maxime Guyot Kubespray is a set of Ansible playbooks to deploy and manage a Production Ready Kubernetes Cluster. It supports a wide range of operating systems (Ubuntu, Centos, Fedora, Flatcar, ...), CNIs (Calico, Cilium, Weave, Flannel, ...) and container engines (Docker, containerd, CRI-O). As such the project has big focus on upgradability and end…
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Project Post This month, we’re shining a spotlight on Torin Sandall, co-creator and maintainer of Open Policy Agent, an incubating project in CNCF.  OPA has many recent developments to highlight: The v0.19 release includes a new parser for OPA’s language (Rego), which reduces memory allocations and improves performance by about 100x. New features have been launched in the playground to…
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Project Post We’re kicking off our first project spotlight with etcd, which recently completed a security audit with Jepsen.  A CNCF incubating project, etcd is a distributed, reliable key-value store for critical data in a distributed system. As part of a security audit, the etcd team worked with Jepsen to verify etcd v3.4.3’s key-value operations, locks, and watches. The report,…
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Project Post Our first ambassador spotlight goes to Queeny Jin, who has been spreading the word about the incubating CNCF project TiKV since its inception in 2016. She’s been working at PingCAP, the company that created the project, since May 2016, and “I am very lucky to witness the birth, the development, and the evolution of TiKV, both in terms…
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