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Does your observability practice lack maturity? Here’s what to do
Member Post Does your observability practice lack maturity? Here’s what to do
Member blog post originally published on the Logz.io blog by Jake O’Donnell Observability isn’t new. But organizations are struggling to adopt mature observability practices, and the impact on business is palpable. Organizations are seeing the value of observability for...
May 22, 2024

AWS Karpenter vs Kubernetes Cluster Autoscaler: choosing the right auto-scaling tool
Member Post AWS Karpenter vs Kubernetes Cluster Autoscaler: choosing the right auto-scaling tool
Member post originally published on the Devtron blog by Prakarsh TL;DR: Learn the key difference between AWS Karpenter and Kubernetes Cluster Autoscaler and choose the right auto-scaling tool for your infrastructure In the world of Kubernetes auto-scaling, finding...
May 22, 2024 | By Prakarsh

Love, hate, and policy languages: an introduction to decision-making engines
Community Post Love, hate, and policy languages: an introduction to decision-making engines
Community post by Gabriel L. Manor, Director of DevRel at Permit.io Domain-specific declarative languages have been a huge part of software development since its early days. Created to tackle the complexities and specialized requirements that general-purpose programming languages...
May 21, 2024

Cloud Native Glossary — the Russian version is live!
Community Post Cloud Native Glossary — the Russian version is live!
Community post by Kirill Kononovich, Dmitry Shurupov, Timur Tukaev The Cloud Native Glossary is a project led by the CNCF Business Value Subcommittee. Its goal is to explain cloud native concepts in clear and simple language without requiring...
May 20, 2024 | By Kirill Kononovich, Dmitry Shurupov, Timur Tukaev

Announcing Flux 2.3 GA
Project Post Announcing Flux 2.3 GA
Project post originally published on Flux’ blog by Stefan Prodan We are thrilled to announce the release of Flux v2.3.0! In this post, we will highlight some of the new features and improvements included in this release. General availability...
May 17, 2024 | By Stefan Prodan

Platform engineering at KubeCon + CloudNativeCon Europe 2024 – a recap
Community Post Platform engineering at KubeCon + CloudNativeCon Europe 2024 – a recap
Community post originally published on TAG App Delivery’s blog by Atulpriya Sharma Exactly a month ago, Kubernetes users and experts gathered in the City of Lights, Paris, for KubeCon’s Europe edition. With over 12,000 in-person attendees, this KubeCon was...
May 17, 2024 | By Atulpriya Sharma

Cloud strategies for the best cost and results: public vs private vs hybrid cloud
Member Post Cloud strategies for the best cost and results: public vs private vs hybrid cloud
Member post originally published on Netris’ blog In an era when the typical business is overspending on cloud resources by a rate of 20 to 30 percent, according to IDC, finding ways to rein in cloud costs is critical....
May 16, 2024

Advanced usage of the NVIDIA Device Plugin
Member Post Advanced usage of the NVIDIA Device Plugin
Member post originally published on the SuperOrbital blog by Keegan McCallum, Engineer Introduction In the previous post, we explored the fundamentals of using the NVIDIA Device Plugin to manage GPU resources in Kubernetes clusters. If you haven’t read...
May 15, 2024 | By Keegan McCallum

Streamlining Cloud Native Community Group (CNCG) management: introducing new organizer forms
Streamlining Cloud Native Community Group (CNCG) management: introducing new organizer forms
Effective organization is key to success in the dynamic world of community group management. Whether you’re leading a tech-focused community or a group centered around a shared interest, having transparent processes in place can make all the difference....
May 14, 2024

Announcing LitmusChaosCon 2024!
Announcing LitmusChaosCon 2024!
Community post by Prithvi-Raj, LitmusChaos Community Leader, CNCF Ambassador The LitmusChaos community is excited to announce the inaugural edition of its community conference, the LitmusChaosCon 2024, a one-day virtual-only conference on all things LitmusChaos and Chaos Engineering scheduled...
May 14, 2024