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Announcing the CNCF Prometheus project journey report
Announcing the CNCF Prometheus project journey report
Today we are very excited to release our Project Journey Report for Prometheus. This is the third report we have issued for CNCF graduated projects following reports for Kubernetes and Envoy. Prometheus is a widely-adopted open source metrics-based monitoring and alerting system. When...
November 7, 2019

Cloud native chaos engineering – Enhancing Kubernetes application resiliency
Cloud native chaos engineering – Enhancing Kubernetes application resiliency
Guest post by Uma Mukkara, COO, MayaData Extending cloud native principles to chaos engineering Faults are bound to happen no matter how hard you test to find them before putting your software into production – clouds and availability...
November 6, 2019

Building a large-scale distributed storage system based on Raft
Building a large-scale distributed storage system based on Raft
Guest post by Edward Huang, Co-founder & CTO of PingCAP In recent years, building a large-scale distributed storage system has become a hot topic. Distributed consensus algorithms like Paxos and Raft are the focus of many technical articles. But those articles tend to be...
November 4, 2019

Why you should join the CNCF Meetup program
Why you should join the CNCF Meetup program
With the recent changes to Meetup’s policies, we wanted to share a reminder of the benefits of joining the CNCF Meetup Program and encourage Meetups in the CNCF ecosystem to apply. As part of our Meetup Pro membership, CNCF is able...
November 1, 2019

A hot AI startup relies on Kubernetes to support its exponential growth
A hot AI startup relies on Kubernetes to support its exponential growth
AlphaSense had already been named one of the fastest growing companies by Inc. when it made Fortune’s Top 50 AI Startups list in 2017. “From this point, we realized that we needed to be prepared for exponential growth,”...
November 1, 2019

Kubernetes Autoscaling 101: Cluster Autoscaler, Horizontal Autoscaler, and Vertical Pod Autoscaler
Kubernetes Autoscaling 101: Cluster Autoscaler, Horizontal Autoscaler, and Vertical Pod Autoscaler
Originally published on Medium by Mohamed Ahmed Kubernetes at its core is a resources management and orchestration tool. It is ok to focus day-1 operations to explore and play around with its cool features to deploy, monitor and...
October 29, 2019

Apple provides scholarships for FoundationDB Summit
Apple provides scholarships for FoundationDB Summit
Apple will be providing sponsorships for the scholarships at FoundationDB Summit, happening on Day Zero of KubeCon + CloudNativeCon San Diego. For its second year, FoundationDB Summit has two tracks. The first is curated for attendees new to...
October 25, 2019

Announcing Kubernetes forums in Bengaluru and Delhi, India
Announcing Kubernetes forums in Bengaluru and Delhi, India
We’re going to India! Following the inaugural Kubernetes forums in Seoul and Sydney, we’re heading to India for our next pair of events! We’ll be in Bengaluru from February 17-18, 2020, followed by Delhi from February 20-21, 2020....
October 23, 2019

With Cloud Native, Intuit brings ‘lightning fast’ deployment to thousands of developers
With Cloud Native, Intuit brings ‘lightning fast’ deployment to thousands of developers
In 18 months, Intuit went from zero to 2,000 services running on Kubernetes. And here’s why: Cloud native technology has enabled “lightning fast” deployment, says Jeff Brewer, Chief Architect, Small Business and Self-Employed Group at Intuit. The deployment...
October 22, 2019

Harbor 1.9 tackles multi-tenancy with key enterprise features
Harbor 1.9 tackles multi-tenancy with key enterprise features
Originally published on Harbor.io by the Harbor team With the latest Harbor 1.9 release from September, Harbor introduced some key new features: 1. Tag retention and project quotas that strengthen image lifecycle management and security2. Webhook notifications that enable the...
October 17, 2019