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Lessons from CrowdStrike’s buggy update: the critical importance of robust release processes
Lessons from CrowdStrike’s buggy update: the critical importance of robust release processes
Community post by Andrés Vega, M42 and Technical Leader, CNCF TAG Security Recent events involving CrowdStrike’s Falcon security software have underscored a critical lesson across the industry: the importance of having a robust, secure release process. Such incidents...
July 19, 2024

Cloud Native Glossary — the Turkish version is live! (blog in English + Turkish)
Community Post Cloud Native Glossary — the Turkish version is live! (blog in English + Turkish)
The Cloud Native Glossary is a project led by the CNCF Business Value Subcommittee. Its goal is to explain cloud native concepts in clear and simple language without requiring any previous technical knowledge. We are in the process...
July 18, 2024

Interval tree implementation in Xline
Member Post Interval tree implementation in Xline
The Reason for Implementing Interval Trees In a recent refactoring of Xline, we identified a performance bottleneck caused by two data structures on the critical path: the Speculative Pool and the Uncommitted Pool. These two data structures are...
July 17, 2024

Kubestronaut in Orbit: Eleni Grosdouli
Kubestronaut Post Kubestronaut in Orbit: Eleni Grosdouli
Get to know Eleni This week’s Kubstronaut in Orbit, Eleni Grosdouli, brings diverse experiences to her role as a DevOps Consulting Engineer at Cisco Systems. She’s the go-to person for DevOps and Kubernetes Automation, with a passion for...
July 16, 2024

Organising the first KCD Hyderabad – my amazing experience
KCD Post Organising the first KCD Hyderabad – my amazing experience
KCD post originally published on Social Maharaj by Atulpriya Sharma Being a food and travel blogger, I often attend a lot of food meet-ups where I get to experience different dishes and meet new people as well. But did...
July 15, 2024 | By Atulpriya Sharma

Unlocking the power of ephemeral environments with Devtron
Member Post Unlocking the power of ephemeral environments with Devtron
Member post originally published on Devtron’s blog by Abhinav Dubey TL;DR: The blog talks about how ephemeral environments with Devtron become much easier, reducing the complexities, automating the process, and optimizing infra cost. In the world of software...
July 12, 2024 | By Abhinav Dubey

Now what? Kubernetes troubleshooting with AI?
Ambassador Post Now what? Kubernetes troubleshooting with AI?
Ambassador post originally published on Medium by Emin Alemdar We all know that Kubernetes troubleshooting is difficult and it can get pretty complex from time to time. We can easily get lost in the logs, jumping between pods,...
July 11, 2024 | By Emin Alemdar

As we reach mid-year 2024, a look at CNCF, Linux Foundation, and top 30 open source project velocity 
Staff Post As we reach mid-year 2024, a look at CNCF, Linux Foundation, and top 30 open source project velocity 
Staff post by Chris Aniszczyk  Date/Time: July 11 at 8am For the last several years we have tracked open source project velocity, which has enabled us to monitor the trends and technologies that resonate with developers and end...
July 11, 2024

SQL simplifies TSDB – how to migrate from InfluxQL to SQL
Member Post SQL simplifies TSDB – how to migrate from InfluxQL to SQL
Member post originally published on Greptime’s blog by tison This article introduced the differences between InfluxQL, Flux, and SQL as query languages. SQL is a more common and general language for querying time series data, making migrating from...
July 10, 2024 | By tison

WebAssembly components: the next wave of cloud native computing 
Member Post WebAssembly components: the next wave of cloud native computing 
Member post by Liam Randall, Cosmonic CEO and CNCF Ambassador and Bailey Hayes, Cosmonic CTO, Bytecode Alliance TSC director, and WASI SG co-chair The advent of containers marked an inflection point for computing in the 21st century—a paradigm...
July 9, 2024 | By Liam Randall and Bailey Hayes