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How to implement feature flags using LaunchDarkly
Member Post How to implement feature flags using LaunchDarkly
Guest post originally published on InfraCloud’s blog by Sudhanshu Prajapati Feature flags (often called feature toggles) have existed for a long time in the software development process. We have been using feature flags in some way or another without...
January 9, 2023 | By Sudhanshu Prajapati

Cloud sustainability and the path to green software
Member Post Cloud sustainability and the path to green software
Guest post originally published on Mia-Platform’s blog In an increasingly sustainability‑conscious world, cloud software, services, and infrastructure are no longer evaluated only in terms of performance, resilience, scalability, and reliability, but also according to their environmental impact. So,...
January 6, 2023

Importance of measuring long-term business values for driving DevOps transformation
Member Post Importance of measuring long-term business values for driving DevOps transformation
Guest post originally published on Ozone’s blog Preface Everyone talks of DevOps and how their organizations are going about transforming their development and operational processes. Investments are high and measuring the real-world outcomes of these DevOps transformations is...
January 5, 2023

2022 Kubernetes vulnerabilities – Main takeaways 
Member Post 2022 Kubernetes vulnerabilities – Main takeaways 
Guest post originally published on ARMO’s blog by Ben Hirschberg All the main K8s vulnerabilities from 2022 consolidated into one article. Put together by Ben Hirschberg, CTO & co-founder of ARMO. During 2022, Kubernetes continued to cement itself as a...
January 4, 2023 | By Ben Hirschberg

A DevOps reset for a multi-cloud world
Member Post A DevOps reset for a multi-cloud world
Guest post originally published on DevOps.com by Chris Munford In the world of DevOps, only two things really matter:  The measures used to achieve these twin goals should work together seamlessly–otherwise, you’re inefficient. But software development and IT...
December 20, 2022 | By Chris Munford

Stateful authorization is an anti-pattern
Member Post Stateful authorization is an anti-pattern
Guest post by Alex Olivier, Product Lead at Cerbos When it comes to designing core components of a software architecture one of the early decisions that need to be made is where to store the state of the...
December 19, 2022 | By Alex Olivier

Why OpenTelemetry Is Taking Cloud Native to New Heights
Member Post Why OpenTelemetry Is Taking Cloud Native to New Heights
Guest post by Dave McAllister, Sr OSS Technical Evangelist at NGINX Observability is key when running cloud‑native apps. In cloud native, app functionality emerges from the interaction between numerous microservices running in multiple locations. The loosely coupled nature...
December 16, 2022 | By Dave McAllister

Progressive delivery with service mesh – Argo Rollouts with Istio
Member Post Progressive delivery with service mesh – Argo Rollouts with Istio
Guest post originally published on the InfraCloud blog by Atulpriya Sharma We’ve all heard the phrase – Change is the only constant. That holds true for everything around us. Traditionally applications were released in a waterfall-based model where...
December 16, 2022 | By Atulpriya Sharma

Istio 1.16 is out, what does it mean for ambient mesh and you?
Member Post Istio 1.16 is out, what does it mean for ambient mesh and you?
Guest post originally published on Solo.io’s blog by Lin Sun and Daniel Hawton While there was not much new in Istio 1.15, Istio 1.16, led by our own release manager Daniel Hawton, has a lot of improvements. Interestingly, with...
December 15, 2022 | By Lin Sun and Daniel Hawton

Why Sumo Logic is betting its future on OpenTelemetry
Member Post Why Sumo Logic is betting its future on OpenTelemetry
Guest post originally published on Sumo Logic’s blog by Melissa Sussmann When teams collect data without full observability of what others on the team can see, it becomes clear that no one’s picture is truly accurate. In this...
December 13, 2022 | By Melissa Sussmann