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Going Big: Harbor 1.8 takes security and replication to new heights
Going Big: Harbor 1.8 takes security and replication to new heights
By Michael Michael, Harbor Core Maintainer, Director of Product Management, VMware (Twitter: @michmike77) Happy release day everyone! We are very excited to present the latest release of Harbor. The release cycle for version 1.8 was one of our longest...
May 21, 2019

TOC votes to move TiKV into CNCF Incubator
TOC votes to move TiKV into CNCF Incubator
Today, the Cloud Native Computing Foundation‘s (CNCF) Technical Oversight Committee (TOC) voted to accept TiKV as an incubation-level hosted project. TiKV, which entered the CNCF Sandbox in August 2018, is an open source distributed transactional key-value database built...
May 21, 2019

Cloud Native logging with Fluentd: New online course available on Linux Foundation training
Cloud Native logging with Fluentd: New online course available on Linux Foundation training
The Cloud Native Computing Foundation and The Linux Foundation have designed a new, self-paced and hands-on course to introduce individuals with a technical background to the Fluentd log forwarding and aggregation tool for use in cloud native logging. Available starting...
May 21, 2019

Helm 3 preview: Helm 3 Alpha release available and what's next
Helm 3 preview: Helm 3 Alpha release available and what's next
First published on https://helm.sh/blog by Matt Fisher @bacongobbler Helm 3 Preview: Charting our future – part 1: A history of Helm On October 15th, 2015, the project now known as Helm was born. Only one year later, the...
May 16, 2019

A year later – updating Container Attached Storage
A year later – updating Container Attached Storage
Guest post by Evan Powell, CEO at MayaData Last year we published a blog with a good amount of coaching and feedback from the CNCF team that set out to define the Container Attached Storage (CAS) approach.  As...
May 16, 2019

ICYMI: May 2019 San Francisco Linkerd Meetup
ICYMI: May 2019 San Francisco Linkerd Meetup
The San Francisco Linkerd May Meetup was a fun night filled with Linkerd enthusiasts, education, great food, and lots of good conversation. If you missed it, we’ve got ya covered: all the talks were recorded! Talk 1: Meshing from monolith...
May 15, 2019

Running Kubernetes locally on Linux with Minikube – now with Kubernetes 1.14 support
Running Kubernetes locally on Linux with Minikube – now with Kubernetes 1.14 support
Originally posted on Kubernetes.io. By Ihor Dvoretskyi, Developer Advocate, Cloud Native Computing Foundation A few days ago, the Kubernetes community announced Kubernetes 1.14, the most recent version of Kubernetes. Alongside it, Minikube, a part of the Kubernetes project,...
May 14, 2019

SOS  International: Using Kubernetes to provide emergency assistance in a connected world
SOS International: Using Kubernetes to provide emergency assistance in a connected world
Known in the Nordic region for medical and travel assistance, SOS International experienced intense development in the digital space; therefore, they needed to migrate from an old system to a new one with more agility to enable them...
May 13, 2019

Kubernetes: Core Concepts
Kubernetes: Core Concepts
Originally published on Medium.  By Tom Gallacher,  Staff Engineer at YLD It doesn’t need to be hard Getting to grips with Kubernetes can be extremely difficult, with so much information floating around on the seas of the internet, it is sometimes very...
May 10, 2019

Performance optimization of etcd in web scale data scenario
Performance optimization of etcd in web scale data scenario
By Xingyu Chen, Software Engineer at Alibaba Cloud Abstract etcd is an open source distributed kv storage system that has recently been listed as a sandbox incubation project by CNCF. etcd is widely used in many distributed systems....
May 9, 2019