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TOC approves Thanos from sandbox to incubation
Project Post TOC approves Thanos from sandbox to incubation
Today, the CNCF Technical Oversight Committee (TOC) voted to accept Thanos as an incubation-level hosted project. Thanos is a metric system that provides a simple and cost-effective way to centralize and scale Prometheus based systems. The project was...
August 19, 2020

Jaeger turns five: a tribute to project contributors
Project Post Jaeger turns five: a tribute to project contributors
Guest post by Yuri Shkuro, creator and maintainer of Jaeger  August 3rd, 2015 was the date of the first commit in the internal Jaeger repository at Uber. Technically, the true birthday of the project was probably a week or so earlier,...
August 18, 2020 | By Yuri Shkuro

Falco Update: What's new in Falco?
Project Post Falco Update: What's new in Falco?
Guest post from Falco project maintainers Kris Nóva (Sysdig), Lorenzo Fontana (Sysdig), Spencer Krum (IBM), Kaizhe Huang (Sysdig), Leonardo Di Donato (Sysdig) A lot has happened in the world since the Falco maintainers were face to face at...
August 17, 2020 | By Falco project maintainers

State of Cloud Native Development
Staff Post State of Cloud Native Development
*Note – you can find the latest version of the State of Cloud Native Development report, published in December 2021, here. Over the last six months, there has been a significant increase in the global adoption of cloud...
August 14, 2020

Envoy 1.15 introduces a new Postgres extension with monitoring support
Project Post Envoy 1.15 introduces a new Postgres extension with monitoring support
This is a guest post co-authored by Fabrízio Mello and Álvaro Hernández, from OnGres. Envoy 1.15 was released on July 6th, and it included an interesting mention in the release notes: a new plugin, for Postgres! This post will introduce why this plugin was...
August 13, 2020 | By Fabrízio Mello and Álvaro Hernández

Introducing Policy As Code: The Open Policy Agent (OPA)
Member Post Introducing Policy As Code: The Open Policy Agent (OPA)
Guest post originally published on the Magalix blog by Mohamed Ahmed What Is OPA? It’s a project that started in 2016 aimed at unifying policy enforcement across different technologies and systems. Today, OPA is used by giant players within the...
August 13, 2020 | By Mohamed Ahmed

The magic trick of CQRS: decoupling of microservice data
Member Post The magic trick of CQRS: decoupling of microservice data
Guest post from Fred Chien (錢逢祥)of Brobridge Photo by Tobias Fischer on Unsplash An example of rapid implementation of Open API requirements Unless your application is in a state where there is no data requirement or no data residency (refer to the...
August 13, 2020 | By Fred Chien

21 CNCF interns graduate from the Q2 2020 Linux Foundation CommunityBridge Program
Staff Post 21 CNCF interns graduate from the Q2 2020 Linux Foundation CommunityBridge Program
In our biggest class yet, 21 CNCF interns have successfully passed the CommunityBridge program! 14 CNCF Graduated, Incubating and Sandbox projects participated in the program this quarter including CoreDNS, Envoy, Kubernetes, Linkerd, Prometheus and more. CommunityBridge was created...
August 13, 2020

Using DRBD block devices for KubeVirt
Member Post Using DRBD block devices for KubeVirt
Guest post originally published on the LINBIT blog by Roland Kammerer This demonstrates how to use DRBD block devices provisioned by the LINSTOR CSI driver. We assume that the CSI driver is working (e.g., by installing it via it operator/helm...
August 12, 2020

CNCF Project Envoy enables Arm64 CI using Azure Pipelines on AWS Graviton2
Project Post CNCF Project Envoy enables Arm64 CI using Azure Pipelines on AWS Graviton2
By Envoy Contributors: Kushal Koolwal (Arm), Jingzhao Ni (Arm), Matt Klein (Envoy/CNCF), Lizan Zhou (Tetrate) Software applications are being created and rewritten with a “cloud-native first” mindset, leveraging principles of containerization and its orchestration, microservices, and delivering them...
August 12, 2020