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My first in-person KubeCon + CloudNativeCon
Scholarship Post My first in-person KubeCon + CloudNativeCon
Community post by Rishit Dagli This year I got a chance to attend my first in-person KubeCon + CloudNativeCon in Valencia, Spain under the generous Dan Kohn scholarship by CNCF and Linux Foundation. Throwback to when I was...
June 20, 2022 | By Rishit Dagli

The role of cloud native + security – Recap from RSA Conference 2022
Staff Post The role of cloud native + security – Recap from RSA Conference 2022
Last week, CNCF participated at RSA Conference in San Francisco. As part of the DevOps Connect: DevSecOps co-located event, our GM Priyanka Sharma gave a keynote with Frederick Kautz. In their presentation, Priyanka and Frederick discussed the emergence...
June 20, 2022

Cloud Native: why bother, its benefits, and its greatest pitfall
Member Post Cloud Native: why bother, its benefits, and its greatest pitfall
Guest post originally published on the Elastisys blog Cloud native technology: a new generation of software that enables a highly automated way of working with deployment and operations of services, specifically crafted around the possibilities offered by the...
June 17, 2022

Volcano Releases v1.6.0
Project Post Volcano Releases v1.6.0
Project post by Volcano project maintainers CNCF Volcano 1.6.0 is now available with new features such as elastic job management, dynamic scheduling and rescheduling based on actual resource utilization, and MPI job plugin. Volcano is the  first cloud...
June 17, 2022

A new perspective on Kubernetes-native target operating model
Member Post A new perspective on Kubernetes-native target operating model
Guest post from IBM Authors: Vishal Anand – Chief Technologist, Cloud Migrations and OpenShift PaaS – IBM Consulting Utpal Mangla – Industry EDGE Cloud – IBM Cloud Platform Atul Gupta – Lead Data Architect – IBM Luca Marchi...
June 16, 2022 | By Vishal Anand, Utpal Mangla, Atul Gupta, Luca Marchi

Kubernetes Operators: what are they? Some examples
Member Post Kubernetes Operators: what are they? Some examples
Guest post originally published on the SparkFabrik blog Kubernetes offers limited initial functionality to ensure flexibility and scalability. K8s Operators are software extensions that make use of Kubernetes APIs to extend behavior. What do we need to know...
June 15, 2022

The top 10 fallacies in platform engineering
Member Post The top 10 fallacies in platform engineering
Guest post originally published on Humanitec’s blog by Kaspar von Grünberg, CEO at Humanitec We spoke to over 1850 engineering organizations last year. Most are planning to or already building an Internal Developer Platform. Here are the hardest...
June 15, 2022 | By Kaspar von Grünberg

Cloud Native Glossary — the Chinese Version is Live! 
Community Post Cloud Native Glossary — the Chinese Version is Live! 
Community post from the Chinese Cloud Native Glossary team: Chester Cheung, Brian Yan (Rocksnake), Jacob953 Yu, Wen Zhou The Cloud Native Glossary is a project led by the CNCF Business Value Subcommittee. Its goal is to explain cloud native...
June 14, 2022

Our trip to KubeCon + CloudNativeCon Valencia 2022, day by day
Member Post Our trip to KubeCon + CloudNativeCon Valencia 2022, day by day
Guest post originally published on the Mia-Platform blog by Giulio Roggero, CTO, Mia-Platform We live in an ever‑changing world where technology plays a key role in evolution. The ultimate expression of this concept is KubeCon Valencia, the flagship event...
June 14, 2022 | By Giulio Roggero

Docker monitoring tutorial – How to monitor Docker with Telegraf and InfluxDB
Member Post Docker monitoring tutorial – How to monitor Docker with Telegraf and InfluxDB
Guest post published by Cameron Pavey, InfluxDB. How to Monitor Docker with Telegraf and InfluxDB Docker is an increasingly popular choice for businesses dealing with containerized applications. However, as with any new technology, Docker introduces complexities that need...
June 10, 2022 | By Cameron Pavey