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Logging FOMO is real and it hurts. Here’s how to overcome it
Member Post Logging FOMO is real and it hurts. Here’s how to overcome it
Guest post originally published on the Rookout blog by Liran Haimovich In an ideal world, developers would not need to waste precious time writing countless log lines along with every few lines of code they create. We would...
February 28, 2020

Catch us next week at SCaLE 18x
Staff Post Catch us next week at SCaLE 18x
I am off to SCaLE! This is one of my favorite events of the year because of the people, the content, and it’s so chill. Getting somewhere warm this time of year is always good too! CNCF is...
February 27, 2020 | By Kim McMahon

CNCF tools overview: Fluentd – Unified logging layer
Member Post CNCF tools overview: Fluentd – Unified logging layer
Guest post originally published on Epsagon by Ran Ribenzaft Nowadays, the myriad of data processing possibilities, ranging from in-house solutions to open-source tools to enterprise-grade third-party services, can be overwhelming. The regulatory demands are no joke either. There are laws...
February 26, 2020

Schedules announced for Cloud Native Security Day, Serverless Practitioners Summit, ServiceMeshCon
Staff Post Schedules announced for Cloud Native Security Day, Serverless Practitioners Summit, ServiceMeshCon
Day-0 co-located events are a huge part of KubeCon + CloudNativeCon. This year, CNCF is hosting 3 co-located events in Amsterdam on Monday, March 30, providing the opportunity for attendees to deep-dive into these technology topics. The schedule...
February 24, 2020 | By Kim McMahon

Why I contribute to the open source community-and you should too
Member Post Why I contribute to the open source community-and you should too
Guest post originally published on Upshot by Marky Jackson (@markyjackson5), Senior Software Engineer at Sysdig I had a difficult childhood. I was shuffled from one boys’ home to another and had little control over my life. But I...
February 18, 2020

How-to guide: Debugging a Kubernetes application
Member Post How-to guide: Debugging a Kubernetes application
Guest post originally published on Epsagon by Ran Ribenzaft When it comes to debugging a Kubernetes application, it’s usually a painful process, full of unknowns and unpredictable side effects. What happens when your Kubernetes cluster is not healing itself? How...
February 14, 2020

Service Mess to Service Mesh
Member Post Service Mess to Service Mesh
Guest post by Rob Richardson (@rob_rich), Technical Evangelist, MemSQL & Kavya Pearlman (@KavyaPearlman), Global Cybersecurity Strategist, Wallarm We are witnessing the rise of microservices and cloud-native technologies. However, one big challenge of microservice architecture is the overhead of...
February 14, 2020

After learning the ropes with a Kubernetes distribution, Booking.com built a platform of its own
Staff Post After learning the ropes with a Kubernetes distribution, Booking.com built a platform of its own
Booking.com has a long history with Kubernetes: In 2015, a team at the travel platform prototyped a container platform based on Mesos and Marathon. Impressed by what the technology offered, but in need of enterprise features at its...
February 13, 2020

Childcare: it’s good for everyone
Community Post Childcare: it’s good for everyone
Guest post from Emily Omier (@EmilyOmier), a strategic content marketing consultant and contributor at The New Stack “There’s my friend Iris,” shouted my then-almost-four-year-old daughter as we walked up to the Marriott Marquis on the first day of...
February 11, 2020

Guide to Kubernetes egress network policies
Member Post Guide to Kubernetes egress network policies
Guest post originally published on StackRox by Viswajith Venugopal A few months ago, we published a guide to setting up Kubernetes network policies, which focused exclusively on ingress network policies. This follow-up post explains how to enhance your...
February 10, 2020