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OpenTelemetry and Python: A complete instrumentation guide
Member Post OpenTelemetry and Python: A complete instrumentation guide
Guest post originally published on the Timescale blog by James Blackwood-Sewell, Timescale OpenTelemetry is considered by many the future of instrumentation, and it’s not hard to understand why. In a world where successful companies are software companies, the...
April 22, 2022

How to make enterprise cloud infrastructure better with open-source software
Member Post How to make enterprise cloud infrastructure better with open-source software
Guest post by Ed Sarker, Head of Clouds at CloudMatos Let me start with, I’ve been there. I know what that is like. I’m Edward, and I’ve spent the better half of my life in DevOps and cloud...
April 21, 2022 | By Ed Sarker

Kubernetes & Cloud Native Essentials Training Now Available in Japanese
Kubernetes & Cloud Native Essentials Training Now Available in Japanese
Cloud native skills are in higher demand than ever, with these skills being rated the most sought after by employers in the most recent Open Source Jobs Report. And with 92% of employers having difficulty finding and retaining...
April 20, 2022

ZTNA is dead. Long live zero trust.
Member Post ZTNA is dead. Long live zero trust.
Guest post originally published on Appaegis’s blog by Michael Shieh, Co-founder and CEO of Appaegis Why Enterprises Should adopt a Zero Trust Architecture  Zero Trust was a concept coined by John Kindervag at Forrester in 2009. As cyberattacks...
April 20, 2022 | By Michael Shieh

Customizing K8S scheduler
Member Post Customizing K8S scheduler
Guest post originally published on the Gemini Open Cloud blog by Patrick Fu, CEO of Gemini Open Cloud The default scheduler is a very matured component of Kubernetes cluster management. It is working quite well for most of...
April 19, 2022 | By Patrick Fu

KubeVirt becomes a CNCF incubating project
Staff Post KubeVirt becomes a CNCF incubating project
The CNCF Technical Oversight Committee (TOC) has voted to accept KubeVirt as a CNCF incubating project.  KubeVirt enables users to run virtual machine workloads on top of Kubernetes in a Kubernetes-native way. It allows the migration of legacy...
April 19, 2022

Why we selected Thanos for long term metrics storage
Member Post Why we selected Thanos for long term metrics storage
Guest post originally published on the Elastisys blog Metrics answer 3 questions: Are your users happy? Is your application happy? Are your servers happy? Application developers create dashboards based on metrics for situational awareness or to identify long-term...
April 18, 2022

Continuous profiling in Kubernetes using Pyroscope
Member Post Continuous profiling in Kubernetes using Pyroscope
Guest post originally published on the InfraCloud blog by Sayed Belal Developers typically need to look at performance bottlenecks in production applications to determine the cause of the problem. To do this, you usually need information that can...
April 15, 2022

The grype admission controller
Member Post The grype admission controller
Guest post originally published on the BoxBoat blog by Josh Knarr Intro Today I want to write about the grype admission controller. I wrote it. I am proud of it. I think it solves a really uncomfortable problem in...
April 14, 2022 | By Josh Knarr

etcd integrates continuous fuzzing
Member Post etcd integrates continuous fuzzing
Guest post originally published on the etcd blog by Adam Korczynski, David Korczynski, Sahdev Zala In the last few months, the team at Ada Logics has worked on integrating continuous fuzzing into the etcd project. This was an effort focused...
April 13, 2022 | By Adam Korczynski, David Korczynski, Sahdev Zala