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The Notary project completes fuzzing security audit
Community Post The Notary project completes fuzzing security audit
Community post also published on the Notary blog by Adam Korczynski, David Korczynski, and Feynman Zhou Reviewed by Pritesh Bandi, Samir Kakkar, Shiwei Zhang, Toddy Mladenov, Vani Rao, Yi Zha The Notary Project is happy to announce the...
March 21, 2023

Threat modeling to cloud native: we need a new approach
Community Post Threat modeling to cloud native: we need a new approach
Guest post by Rodrigo Rocha In the past few years, many companies have moved to the cloud. It’s a movement that offers many benefits for businesses, but these benefits come with increased risk and vulnerabilities. Before we continue...
March 16, 2023

An overview of the CNCF and OSTIF impact report for the second half of 2022 and early 2023
Community Post An overview of the CNCF and OSTIF impact report for the second half of 2022 and early 2023
By Chris Aniszczyk and Amir Montazery  CNCF and Open Source Technology Improvement Fund (OSTIF) have been working together for the last several years to conduct security audits for CNCF’s Graduated and Incubating projects. As a result of CNCF’s...
March 13, 2023 | By Chris Aniszczyk + Amir Montazery 

From community group to event: A KCD Pakistan experience
Community Post From community group to event: A KCD Pakistan experience
Guest post by Saim Safdar We are excited to announce that we have successfully executed Kubernetes Community Days Pakistan. We had appearances from the first certified CKA women in Pakistan, speakers from Spain, New Zealand, India, Peru, USA,...
March 10, 2023 | By Saim Safdar

Introducing The Edge Native Whitepaper
Community Post Introducing The Edge Native Whitepaper
IoT Edge Working Group Produces Edge Native Applications Principles Whitepaper In edge computing environments, compute, connectivity, storage, and power are all constrained, necessitating new approaches and a new set of edge native principles to develop for these environments....
March 9, 2023 | By Brandon Wick

Exploring insights at the intersection of provisioning and cloud native maturity
Community Post Exploring insights at the intersection of provisioning and cloud native maturity
Every cloud native journey begins with provisioning—the tools responsible for automatically configuring, creating, and managing cloud native infrastructure. Technology leaders must navigate the CNCF Landscape’s provisioning layer—which includes mission-critical subcategories like automation & configuration, container registries, security &...
March 8, 2023 | By Joel Hans

My first experience with Kyverno: 🤯🤩
Community Post My first experience with Kyverno: 🤯🤩
Community post originally published on Medium by Mathieu Benoit I wanted (needed?) to give Kyverno a try, to learn more about it. Here we are! When I was attending KubeCon NA 2022, I noticed the maturity and importance of Kyverno. Concrete...
March 7, 2023 | By Mathieu Benoit

containerd completes fuzzing audit
Community Post containerd completes fuzzing audit
Community post by Adam Korczynski and Phil Estes The containerd project is happy to announce the completion of a comprehensive fuzzing audit which added 28 fuzzers covering a wide range of container runtime functionality. During this audit a...
March 2, 2023 | By Adam Korczynski + Phil Estes

KubeEdge! CNCF’s First SLSA 3 Project
Community Post KubeEdge! CNCF’s First SLSA 3 Project
Community post by KubeEdge SIG-Security (Reprinted from the KubeEdge blog) In July 2022, the KubeEdge community completed a third-party security audit of KubeEdge[2] and released a paper on cloud native edge computing security threat analysis and protection. Based...
February 27, 2023 | By KubeEdge SIG-Security

Rebooting the Cloud Native Hamburg community group
Community Post Rebooting the Cloud Native Hamburg community group
Community post by Leonard Pahlke Due to COVID-19, the Cloud Native Hamburg community was unable to organize face-to-face meetup for over two years. Luckily in 2023, this is changing, along with a few additional revisions to the previous...
February 27, 2023 | By Leonard Pahlke