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Extend Kubernetes via a shared informer
Extend Kubernetes via a shared informer
Guest post, originally published by Gianluca Arbezzano. Kubernetes runs a set of controllers to keep matching the current state of a resource with its desired state. It can be a Pod, Service or whatever is possible to control...
October 15, 2019

How Booz Allen Hamilton is helping modernize the federal government with Kubernetes
How Booz Allen Hamilton is helping modernize the federal government with Kubernetes
The next time you book a campsite or activity at a U.S. National Park, thank Kubernetes for making it quick and easy. As part of the White House’s IT modernization effort, Booz Allen Hamilton’s Strategic Innovation Group started...
October 11, 2019

How to make containers an architect’s best friend
How to make containers an architect’s best friend
Guest post by Anil Kumar, Director of product management, Couchbase Digital transformation is radically reshaping the way organisations across the globe do business. Empowered by DevOps practices, IT teams are helping to drive down costs, enhance agility and...
October 10, 2019

Kubernetes patterns: capacity planning
Kubernetes patterns: capacity planning
Guest post by Mohamed Ahmed, originally published on the Magalix Blog An excellent cloud-native application design should declare any specific resources that it needs to operate correctly. Kubernetes uses those requirements to make the most efficient decisions to...
October 8, 2019

12 Kubernetes configuration best practices
12 Kubernetes configuration best practices
Guest post by Ajmal Kohgadai, originally published on StackRox By now most of us have heard about the role human error plays in causing data breaches. The Capital One breach from July is just the latest in a...
October 4, 2019

Announcing Kubernetes Community Days
Announcing Kubernetes Community Days
We are excited to announce that we’re now accepting applications to run Kubernetes Community Days around the world.  Kubernetes Community Days are community-organized events that gather adopters and technologists from open source and cloud native communities to learn,...
October 3, 2019

Announcing Envoy Project Journey Report
Announcing Envoy Project Journey Report
Today we are very excited to release our Project Journey Report for Envoy. This is the second reports we have issued for CNCF graduated projects (the first was Kubernetes). Envoy is a widely-adopted, open source network proxy developed by engineers at Lyft...
October 2, 2019

How DENSO is fueling development on the Vehicle Edge with Kubernetes
How DENSO is fueling development on the Vehicle Edge with Kubernetes
Cars that update like smartphones, adjusting features based on the driver’s preferences? The future is now for Japan’s DENSO Corporation, one of the biggest automotive components suppliers in the world. With the advent of connected cars, DENSO established...
October 1, 2019

Declarative data infrastructure powers the data driven enterprise
Declarative data infrastructure powers the data driven enterprise
Guest post from Kiran Mova and Chuck Piercey, MayaData BigData, AI/ML and modern analytics permeate the business world and have become a critical element of enterprise strategies to serve customers better, innovate faster and stay ahead of the...
September 27, 2019

ServiceMeshCon 2019 schedule announced
ServiceMeshCon 2019 schedule announced
We are pleased to announce the schedule for the inaugural ServiceMeshCon, a KubeCon + CloudNativeCon co-located event. Hosted by CNCF, the conference will take place on November 18th on Day Zero of KubeCon + CloudNativeCon San Diego.  ServiceMeshCon is a...
September 26, 2019