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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

Why we advocate for workload-centric over infrastructure-centric development
Member Post Why we advocate for workload-centric over infrastructure-centric development
Guest post originally published on Score’s blog by Susa Tünker of Humanitec Score envisions a developer and workload-centric approach to improve developer productivity and experience. In this article, we take a deeper look at the “why” and see...
December 12, 2022 | By Susa Tünker

Kubernetes {open-source} security: a survey
Member Post Kubernetes {open-source} security: a survey
Guest post originally published on ARMO’s blog by Jonathan Kaftzan, VP Marketing & Business Development at ARMO A first of its kind survey looks at the relationship between open-source and K8s security. Today DevOps and security teams who...
December 9, 2022 | By Jonathan Kaftzan

Data Mesh vs Data Fabric: a tale of two new data paradigms
Member Post Data Mesh vs Data Fabric: a tale of two new data paradigms
Guest post originally published on Mia-Platform’s blog Data is one of the most critical components of any business, as it allows us to personalize and customize our products for potential consumers. As important as data is, studies have shown that...
December 8, 2022

OpenCost: A new CNCF Sandbox Project for real-time Kubernetes cost monitoring
Member Post OpenCost: A new CNCF Sandbox Project for real-time Kubernetes cost monitoring
Guest post by Matt Ray, Senior Technical Success Manager at Kubecost As a growing number of teams scale their Kubernetes deployments, it’s becoming increasingly important for them to better understand and manage related infrastructure spend. OpenCost, now a...
December 6, 2022 | By Matt Ray

No-Cost Istio training: from fundamentals to ambient to production readiness
Member Post No-Cost Istio training: from fundamentals to ambient to production readiness
Guest post by Jim Barton, Field Engineer at Solo.io The CNCF Technical Oversight Committee (TOC) recently voted to accept Istio as a CNCF incubating project. Istio solves the challenges of managing microservices by allowing you to easily observe,...
December 5, 2022 | By Jim Barton

Getting started with Fluentd for data collection
Member Post Getting started with Fluentd for data collection
Guest post originally published on InfluxData’s blog by Thinus Swart Fluentd is an open source data collector capable of retrieving and receiving event data from several sources and then filtering, buffering, and routing data to different compatible destinations. It...
December 2, 2022 | By Thinus Swart