The editors pick the highlights from the past week.
Etcd has reached some impressive growth milestones since joining the community, and we can’t wait to see what the project continues to accomplish! Have a look at the full etcd Project Journey Report to learn more about these accomplishments in more detail.
Tutorials, tools, and more that take you on a deep dive into the code.
Cloud lateral movement: Breaking in through a vulnerable container
Stefano Chierici, Sysdig
Kubernetes Lab on Baremetal
The worst so-called “best practice” for Docker
Get Updated With Outdated
Treva Williams, Replicated
Linkerd – Service Mesh for Kubernetes (quick intro)
Saiyam Pathak, Civo
Benchmarking and Evaluating Your Kubernetes Storage with Kubestr
Michael Cade, Kasten by Veeam
How to replace Docker with Podman on a Mac
Dave Meurer, Red Hat
A Kubernetes Service Mesh Comparison
Guillaume Dury. Cloud 8
ICYMI: CNCF online programs this week
A weekly summary of CNCF online programs from this week.
Introducing Kubestr: a New Way to Explore your Kubernetes Storage Options
Michael Cade @Kasten by Veeam
Application life-cycle orchestration with Keptn
Jürgen Etzlstorfer & Andi Grabner @Dynatrace
Articles, announcements, and more that give you a high-level overview of challenges and features.
What’s Next for Sigstore?
Dan Lorenc, Google
Weaveworks (part 1), with Alexis Richardson
Craig Box, Kubernetes Podcast from Google
How a memo from Jeff Bezos catalyzed Kong’s quest to connect APIs for the enterprise
Mark Albertson, SiliconAngle
Istio for Beginners: Day 33 of #100DaysOfKubernetes
Anais Urlichs, CodeFresh
Upcoming CNCF Online Programs
Cloud Native Live: A Deep Dive into Kubestr – A New Way to Explore your Kubernetes Options
Michael Cade @Kasten
April 7, 2021 at 12pm PT
What Is Continuous Improvement?
Pini Reznik @Container Solutions
April 8, 2021
CNCF Online Programs playlist on YouTube
Check out our playlist for more curated content you don’t want to miss! New content is added every Friday.
For more information, please visit our updated Online Programs page.
KubeWeekly is curated by Bob Killen, Shilla Saebi, Saiyam Pathak, L Körbes, Alison Dowdney, Chris Short, Craig Box, Daniel Oh, Kristi Tan, Bill Mulligan, and Michael Hausenblas