The Headlines

Editor’s pick of the highlights from the past week.

TOC Elections

The elections for the Technical Oversight Committee (TOC) are taking place in January 2019.

The TOC is expanding from 9 members to 11 members; adding an additional End User seat and a new seat for non-sandbox project maintainers. The TOC will now consist of:

There are 5 seats open. All TOC terms will be 2 years.

For more information on the process, see the blog CNCF TOC Governance Structure + Elections 2020 and the FAQ for December 2019 TOC Nominations.

Kubernetes Knights at KubeCon ’19
Pankaj Gupta, Citrix

KubeCon + CloudNativeCon San Diego 2019 was the place to take stock and ponder the progress being made with Kubernetes. It was also the place to learn the art of possibilities with Kubernetes – the new paradigm of building applications for faster release cycles, modularity, and portability. Unsurprisingly, it was being driven by the many Kubernetes Knights – who, clad in the armor plating of their service meshes, are charging forward with great speed and agility, lancing their way through everything we thought possible, scaling the towers and breaking down the walls of the castle as they press forward on their microservices crusade.

A fun read on Pankaj’s perspective of KubeCon + CloudNativeCon San Diego.

The Technical

Tutorials, tools, and more that take you on a deep dive into the code.

Falco Security Audit
Michael Ducy

Kubernetes 101
Jef Spaleta, Sensu

Does Testing Kubernetes Conformance Leave You in the Dark? Get Progress Updates as Tests Run
John Schnake, Sonobuoy

Nodeless OpenFaaS with AWS EKS and Fargate
Alex Ellis

Launching Worker Pod Autoscaler — Solving specific problems with worker scaling in Kubernetes
Alok Kumar Singh

Looking at Kubernetes’ 2k+ TODO Comments
Patrick DeVivo

Traffic Management for Knative Services
Zhimin Wen

Programmatically Kubernetes port forward in Go
Gianluca Arbezzano

Manual recovery of a Rook cluster in Kubernetes
Flant staff

faas-containerd – serverless without Kubernetes
Alex Ellis

The Editorial

Articles, announcements, and more that give you a high-level overview of challenges and features.

Cloud Native Computing Foundation Announces TUF Graduation

BeyondProd: How Google moved from perimeter-based to cloud-native security

First look at Antrea: a CNI plugin based on Open vSwitch
Alexander Brand, VMware

The complete guide to containers vs VMs for DevOps

Cloud Native Computing Foundation Announces Schedule for Kubernetes Forums in Bengaluru and Delhi, India

Monitoring, Metrics and M3, with Martin Mao and Rob Skillington
Hosts: Craig Box, Adam Glick

Kubernetes 1.17 Release Webinar

Project webinar
Jan 7, 2020 10:00 AM Pacific Time


使用KUDO (Kubernetes通用声明式Operator),简化Kubernetes有状态服务部署与管理
This webinar will be delivered in Chinese

葛昊元 (Harry Ge), D2iQ解决方案架构师 @D2iQ
Member webinar

Jan 8, 2020 10:00 AM China Standard Time


Kubernetes Audit Log – Gold Mine For Security

Gadi Naor, CTO & Co-Founder @Alcide
Member webinar

Jan 8, 2020 10:00 AM Pacific Time


Get Your Windows Apps Ready for Kubernetes

Steven Follis, Manager, Solutions Engineering @Mirantis
Member webinar

Jan 15, 2020 10:00 AM Pacific Time


Tales of the Kubernetes Ingress Networking: Deployment Patterns for External Load Balancers

Manuel Zapf, Solution Architect @Containous
Member webinar

Jan 16, 2020 09:00 AM Pacific Time

5 Key Traits of Effective Disaster Recovery on Kubernetes

Michael Ferranti, VP of Product Marketing @Portworx
Member webinar

Jan 22, 2020 10:00 AM Pacific Time


How Self-Healing Nodes and Infrastructure Management Impact Reliability

Oleg Chunikhin, CTO @Kublr
Member webinar

Feb 11, 2020 10:00 AM Pacific Time

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