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Kubestronaut in Orbit: Zhilong Wang
Kubestronaut Post Kubestronaut in Orbit: Zhilong Wang
Get to know Zhilong Wang Zhilong Wang is one of the first Kubestronauts in China. As a cloud-native technology expert, he has over 10 years of frontline experience in internet development and architecture, specializing in Service Mesh, Serverless,...
June 20, 2024

Mastering DevSecOps with Devtron: a strategic approach
Member Post Mastering DevSecOps with Devtron: a strategic approach
Member post originally published on the Devtron blog by Nishant As the adoption of Kubernetes continues to grow, organizations encounter numerous challenges in securing their software development and deployment processes. Integrating security practices into DevOps, known as DevSecOps,...
June 20, 2024

CNCF celebrates successful mentees from LFX Program Term 1 2024!
Mentorship Post CNCF celebrates successful mentees from LFX Program Term 1 2024!
Congratulations to CNCF’s 2024 Term 1 (March – May) LFX Program mentees who have finished the program successfully! Following a three-month program working with 28 different Graduated, Incubating, and Sandbox projects, including Antrea, Istio, KubeEdge, OpenTelemetry, and Prometheus...
June 19, 2024

Where AI meets cloud native security
Staff Post Where AI meets cloud native security
Not sure where to get started when it comes to cloud native security and artificial intelligence? Look no further than CloudNativeSecurityCon North America 2024 in Seattle, which opens up with the co-located Secure AI Summit on June 25,...
June 18, 2024

Announcing ORAS v1.2.0 – OCI Spec v1.1.0 support, formatted output, and more!
Ambassador Post Announcing ORAS v1.2.0 – OCI Spec v1.1.0 support, formatted output, and more!
Ambassador post originally published on the Oras blog by Feynman Zhou The ORAS project maintainers are proud to announce ORAS CLI v1.2.0 and ORAS-go v2.5.0. These two releases are ready for production use. ORAS CLI v1.2.0 introduces OCI Spec v1.1.0...
June 18, 2024

The trouble with Topology Aware Routing: Sacrificing reliability in the name of cost savings
Member Post The trouble with Topology Aware Routing: Sacrificing reliability in the name of cost savings
Member post originally published on the Buoyant blog by William Morgan Topology Aware Routing is a feature of Kubernetes that prevents cluster traffic within one availability zone from crossing to another availability zone. For high-traffic applications deployed in multi-zone...
June 17, 2024

Introducing our H1 2024 Cloud Native Ambassadors
Staff Post Introducing our H1 2024 Cloud Native Ambassadors
We are thrilled to welcome the latest cohort of CNCF Ambassadors! These passionate and dedicated individuals are recognized for their outstanding contributions to the cloud native community. As CNCF Ambassadors, they will play a crucial role in advocating...
June 17, 2024

Why Embrace created span snapshots for mobile observability with OpenTelemetry
Member Post Why Embrace created span snapshots for mobile observability with OpenTelemetry
Member post by Fredric Newberg, CTO and Co-Founder of Embrace OTel spans are very powerful for gaining an understanding of the performance of mobile applications. However, given the restriction placed on spans in the OTel specification that spans...
June 14, 2024

Answering your top 9 questions about monitoring in Kubernetes
Member Post Answering your top 9 questions about monitoring in Kubernetes
Member post originally published on Fairwinds’ blog by Dexter Garner There are many things you can monitor in Kubernetes but you need to understand what is mission-critical in terms of monitoring. In a recent webinar, we explored what you should...
June 10, 2024 | By Dexter Garner

Kubernetes is ten years old!
Staff Post Kubernetes is ten years old!
On June 6, 2014, Joe Beda made the first commit to Kubernetes, and suddenly a movement was born. Kubernetes has changed the world over the last ten years. “I don’t think any of us expected Kubernetes to turn...
June 7, 2024