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How to validate Kubernetes YAML files
Member Post How to validate Kubernetes YAML files
Guest post originally published on Armo’s blog by Bezalel Brandwinen, Team Lead at Armo Ltd Kubernetes has taken center stage in how we now manage our containerized applications. As a result, many conventions to define our Kubernetes apps...
November 11, 2022 | By Bezalel Brandwinen

Murre – the lightweight K8s metrics monitoring tool
Member Post Murre – the lightweight K8s metrics monitoring tool
Guest post originally published on groundcover’s blog by Yechezkel Rabinovich, Co-Founder and CTO at groundcover Meet Murre. Murre is an on-demand, scaleable source of container resource metrics for Kubernetes. Murre fetches CPU & memory resource metrics directly from...
November 10, 2022 | By Yechezkel Rabinovich

Multi-tenancy in Kubernetes: implementation and optimization
Member Post Multi-tenancy in Kubernetes: implementation and optimization
Guest post by Feng Ye, Software Engineering Manager & Virtink Project Maintainer at SmartX Kubernetes users usually share clusters to meet the demands of multiple teams and multiple customers, which is usually described using the term multi-tenancy. Multi-tenancy...
November 9, 2022 | By Feng Ye

Demonstrating your K8s scheduler with kube-scheduler-simulator in a real cluster
Member Post Demonstrating your K8s scheduler with kube-scheduler-simulator in a real cluster
Guest post originally published on the Miraxia blog by Takuma Kawai In the previous post, I wrote how we can develop our own scheduler with kube-scheduler-simulator. If you could implemented your new scheduler, you may want to try it in...
November 8, 2022 | By Takuma Kawai

SANS DevSecOps Survey 2022: 5 Key Takeaways
Member Post SANS DevSecOps Survey 2022: 5 Key Takeaways
Guest post originally published on Deepfactor’s blog by Seth Knox, Chief Marketing Officer at Deepfactor How DevSecOps and Developer Security Can Reduce Risk, Accelerate Release Velocity, and Save Developers Time Over the 20+ years I’ve been working in...
November 7, 2022 | By Seth Knox

Seven zero trust rules for Kubernetes
Member Post Seven zero trust rules for Kubernetes
Guest post originally by Matthew Yacobucci, Sr. Principal Software Engineer at NGINX Every day, the drumbeat to adopt Zero Trust in tech infrastructure amplifies. Like any cybersecurity buzzword, Zero Trust is both more and less than it seems....
November 4, 2022

How to monitor Kubernetes K3s using Telegraf and InfluxDB cloud
Member Post How to monitor Kubernetes K3s using Telegraf and InfluxDB cloud
Guest post originally published on The New Stack by Ignacio Van Droogenbroeck, Senior Sales Engineer at InfluxData Lightweight Kubernetes, known as K3s, is an installation of Kubernetes half the size in terms of memory footprint. Do you need to...
November 3, 2022 | By Ignacio Van Droogenbroeck

Is Platform Engineering putting an end to DevOps and SRE?
Member Post Is Platform Engineering putting an end to DevOps and SRE?
Guest post originally published on Mia-Platform’s blog Platform Engineering, DevOps and SRE: is the time to make a definitive choice coming? Everyone is witnessing the IT landscape continue to evolve at a rapid and relentless pace. Every day...
November 2, 2022

Community shapes the software industry: how contributing to open source benefits developers and the world
Member Post Community shapes the software industry: how contributing to open source benefits developers and the world
Guest post originally published on Traefik Labs’ blog by Tiffany Long, Open Source Community Manager at Traefik Labs Open source software (OSS) has changed the way the tech industry works forever. In the early years of OSS, the...
November 1, 2022 | By Tiffany Long

Open Cluster Management November 2022 update
Member Post Open Cluster Management November 2022 update
Guest post originally published by Brae Troutman, Red Hat As the Open Cluster Management (OCM) project and community continues to grow, we felt it was important to start periodically communicating what we are doing with the project, where we...
October 31, 2022 | By Brae Troutman