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Xline command deduplication mechanism (part one) — introduction to RIFL
Member Post Xline command deduplication mechanism (part one) — introduction to RIFL
Member post by DatenLord Why is deduplication of commands necessary?  In a system that receives external commands, it is common for a command to be executed at least once, which we refer to as at-least-once semantics. If a...
January 19, 2024 | By DatenLord

After the inauguration in Chicago, MultiTenancyCon now heading to City of Light in 2024
Ambassador Post After the inauguration in Chicago, MultiTenancyCon now heading to City of Light in 2024
Ambassador post by Saim Safdar Implementing Multi-tenancy patterns is becoming increasingly prominent helping drive maximizing resource utilization, reducing operational overhead , and enabling seamless collaboration—all while ensuring the isolation and performance required by each tenant.  Unwavering support for...
January 19, 2024 | By Saim Safdar

GitOps and mutating policies: the tale of two loops
Member Post GitOps and mutating policies: the tale of two loops
Member post originally published on Nirmata’s blog by Jim Bugwadia Do policies that mutate or generate resources violate GitOps principles? In this blog post, I will show you how policy-based resource management can be complementary to GitOps, what...
January 18, 2024

New year, new skills: kick off 2024 with CNCF
Staff Post New year, new skills: kick off 2024 with CNCF
By Christophe Sauthier, Cloud Native Training and Certification Lead, CNCF A recent CNCF micro-survey focused on training and certification revealed that the vast majority of IT professionals are eager to take new training courses or certifications. Respondents noted...
January 18, 2024 | By Christophe Sauthier 

Time-series data ingestion from Rust WebAssembly application, leveraging GreptimeDB and WasmEdge
Member Post Time-series data ingestion from Rust WebAssembly application, leveraging GreptimeDB and WasmEdge
Member post originally published on Medium by Greptime What is WebAssembly WebAssembly is a new instruction format that offers cross-platform compatibility and execution speeds close to native machine code. By compiling C/C++ or Rust code into WebAssembly, program...
January 17, 2024

A look back at CNCF, Linux Foundation, and top 30 open source project velocity in 2023 
Staff Post A look back at CNCF, Linux Foundation, and top 30 open source project velocity in 2023 
By Chris Aniszczyk  We have been tracking open source project velocity over the last several years and wanted to share the latest update highlighting open source project velocity over the last 12 months. With these charts, we can...
January 17, 2024

Installing multiple helm charts in one go [Approach 2 – using helmfile]
Community Post Installing multiple helm charts in one go [Approach 2 – using helmfile]
Community post originally published on DEV.to by Sunny Bhambhani In this article we will be talking about Approach 2 i.e. how to get multiple helm charts installed using helmfile. If you haven’t read the previous article where I discussed about Approach...
January 16, 2024

Dragonfly accelerates distribution of large files with Git LFS
Project Post Dragonfly accelerates distribution of large files with Git LFS
Project post by Wenbo Qi of Dragonfly What is Git LFS? Git LFS (Large File Storage) is an open-source extension for Git that enables users to handle large files more efficiently in Git repositories. Git is a version...
January 15, 2024 | By Wenbo Qi

Scaling down a Git repo. A tidy up of cncf/k8s-conformance
Community Post Scaling down a Git repo. A tidy up of cncf/k8s-conformance
Community post by Caleb Woodbine (calebwoodbine.public@gmail.com) (ii.nz) Optimising the k8s-conformance repo The Kubernetes conformance project by CNCF ensures consistency in Kubernetes’ stable APIs and core functionalities across different implementations. A provider will apply for the program through the CNCF...
January 12, 2024 | By Caleb Woodbine

Root cause chronicles: connection collapse
Member Post Root cause chronicles: connection collapse
Member post originally published on InfraCloud’s blog by Joy Bhattacherjee On a usual Friday evening, Robin had just wrapped up their work, wished their colleagues a happy weekend, and turned themselves in for the night. At exactly 3...
January 12, 2024 | By Joy Bhattacherjee