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Meet the Ambassador: Cheryl Hung
Meet the Ambassador: Cheryl Hung
Cheryl Hung, StorageOS, sat down with Kaitlyn Barnard, Cloud Native Computing Foundation (CNCF), to talk about cloud native, the cloud native Meetup group in London, and being an Ambassador. Below is their interview. You can also view the...
July 26, 2018 | By Kim McMahon

Announcing EnvoyCon! CFP due August 24
Announcing EnvoyCon! CFP due August 24
Originally published by Richard Li on the Envoy blog, here. We are thrilled to announce that the first ever EnvoyCon will be held on December 10 in Seattle, WA as part of the KubeCon / CloudNative Con Community Events Day. The community growth since...
July 25, 2018

Reinventing the world’s largest education company With Kubernetes
Reinventing the world’s largest education company With Kubernetes
Pearson, a global education company serving 75 million learners, set a goal to more than double that number to 200 million by 2025. To serve the digital learning experiences of their users, they needed to scale and adapt...
July 24, 2018 | By Kim McMahon

Meet the Ambassador: Chris Gaun
Meet the Ambassador: Chris Gaun
Chris Gaun, Mesosphere, sat down with Kaitlyn Barnard, Cloud Native Computing Foundation (CNCF), to talk about cloud native, trends in the industry, and being an Ambassador. Below is their interview. You can also view the video. Kaitlyn: Thank...
July 19, 2018 | By Kim McMahon

Diversity scholarship series: My experiences at KubeCon EU 2018
Diversity scholarship series: My experiences at KubeCon EU 2018
CNCF offers diversity scholarships to developers and students to attend KubeCon + CloudNativeCon events. In this post, scholarship recipient, Yang Li, Software Engineer at TUTUCLOUD, shares his experience attending sessions and meeting the community. Anyone interested in applying...
July 17, 2018

Supporting fast decisioning applications with Kubernetes
Supporting fast decisioning applications with Kubernetes
Capital One has applications that handle millions of transactions a day. Big-data decisioning—for fraud detection, credit approvals and beyond—is core to the business. To support the teams that build applications with those functions for the bank, the cloud...
July 11, 2018 | By Kim McMahon

Launching and scaling up experiments, made simple
Launching and scaling up experiments, made simple
From experiments in robotics to old-school video game play research, OpenAI’s work in artificial intelligence technology is meant to be shared. With a mission to ensure the safety of powerful AI systems, they care deeply about open source-both...
July 10, 2018 | By Kim McMahon

Building on the open source model
Building on the open source model
SUSE has been in business for over 25 years, built on a model that depends on open source technologies and which are driven by communities. Engaging with the technologies that are at the forefront of the industry, such...
July 6, 2018 | By Kim McMahon

HTTP/2: Smarter at scale
HTTP/2: Smarter at scale
This guest post was written by Jean de Klerk, Developer Program Engineer, Google Much of the web today runs on HTTP/1.1. The spec for HTTP/1.1 was published in June of 1999, just shy of 20 years ago. A lot...
July 3, 2018

Getting the most out of Istio with CNCF projects
Getting the most out of Istio with CNCF projects
This guest post was written by Neeraj Poddar, Platform Lead, Aspen Mesh Are you considering or using a service mesh to help manage your microservices infrastructure? If so, here are some basics on how a service mesh can...
June 29, 2018 | By Kaitlyn Barnard