All Community Posts


KCD Italy 21: We all like pizza! Let’s get together again next year
Community Post KCD Italy 21: We all like pizza! Let’s get together again next year
Guest post by KCD Italy Team KCD Italy 2021 was the first edition of a community-organized non-profit event that took place on November 17th and 18th, and that gathered adopters and technologists from open source and cloud native...
December 6, 2021 | By KCD Italy Team

A first timer’s journey at KubeCon + CloudNativeCon
Community Post A first timer’s journey at KubeCon + CloudNativeCon
Guest post originally published on Dev.to by Purneswar Prasad Let’s have some context: KubeCon+CloudNativeCon is one of the biggest conferences in the world where users, developers and companies who have/want to adopt the Cloud Native standard of running applications and...
November 12, 2021

Key takeaways from KubeCon: deeper focus on FinOps, GitOps
Community Post Key takeaways from KubeCon: deeper focus on FinOps, GitOps
Guest post originally published on the GlobalData blog by Charlotte Dunlap, Principal Analyst, Cloud and DevOps Services, GlobalData Technology Summary Bullets: The Open Source Security Foundation (OpenSSF), a new group focused on software security supply chain problems, added...
November 5, 2021 | By Carlotte Dunlap

Feel the fear and do it anyway!
Community Post Feel the fear and do it anyway!
Community Guest post By Paula Kennedy, Chief Operating Officer at Syntasso It’s a strange feeling when you realise that even though you’ve worked in a space for more than 4 years, you’ve been in a very small bubble…but...
October 28, 2021 | By Paula Kennedy

Cartografos working group launches cloud native maturity model
Community Post Cartografos working group launches cloud native maturity model
Community guest post by Danielle Cook, Simon Forster, John Forman, and Robbie Glenn of the Cartografos Working Group You’ve heard the benefits of containers, microservices and this thing called Kubernetes. You’ve investigated, you understand the business and technology...
October 4, 2021 | By Danielle Cook, Simon Forster, John Forman, and Robbie Glenn

How was a pizza chosen as the KCD Italy 2021 logo?
Community Post How was a pizza chosen as the KCD Italy 2021 logo?
Community guest post by Kubernetes Day Italy Recognized and supported by the CNCF, the first Kubernetes Community Days will be held on 17 and 18 November 2021. It was a great moment-event designed by the community for the...
October 4, 2021

Cloud native chaos and telcos – Enforcing reliability and availability for telcos
Community Post Cloud native chaos and telcos – Enforcing reliability and availability for telcos
Guest post originally published on VMblog by W. Watson, Principal Consultant, Vulk Coop and Karthik S, Co-founder, ChaosNative & Maintainer at LitmusChaos What is telco reliability? What does reliability mean to telcos?  When the emergency systems that are...
September 23, 2021 | By W. Watson and Karthik S

First is the dream
Community Post First is the dream
Community guest post by Raul Flamenco, founder of Acopula Networks and co-organizer of Cloud Native San Salvador “A man may not achieve everything he has dreamed, but he will never achieve anything great without having dreamed it first.” ...
September 20, 2021 | By Raul Flamenco

Mentorship Spotlight: Second time lucky with OpenTelemetry
Community Post Mentorship Spotlight: Second time lucky with OpenTelemetry
Guest post originally published on Medium by Ndubuisi Onyemenam Luck Is What Happens When Preparation Meets Opportunity Seneca The first time I applied to OpenTelemetry for the Linux Foundation Internship was for the Q3-Q4 round of 2020. I received a rejection email,...
August 13, 2021 | By Ndubuisi Onyemenam

Trace-based testing with OpenTelemetry: Meet open source Malabi
Community Post Trace-based testing with OpenTelemetry: Meet open source Malabi
Community guest post by Yuri Shkuro, creator and maintainer of Jaeger, and Michael Haberman, Co-Founder & CTO of Aspecto If you deal with distributed applications at scale, you probably use tracing. And if you use tracing data, you...
August 11, 2021 | By Yuri Shkuro + Michael Haberman