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etcd integrates continuous fuzzing
Member Post etcd integrates continuous fuzzing
Guest post originally published on the etcd blog by Adam Korczynski, David Korczynski, Sahdev Zala In the last few months, the team at Ada Logics has worked on integrating continuous fuzzing into the etcd project. This was an effort focused...
April 13, 2022 | By Adam Korczynski, David Korczynski, Sahdev Zala

A MAP for Kubernetes supply chain security
Member Post A MAP for Kubernetes supply chain security
Guest post originally published on the Nirmata blog by Jim Bugwadia The sharp increase in software supply chain attacks has made securing the build and delivery of software a critical topic. But what does this mean for Kubernetes...
April 12, 2022 | By Jim Bugwadia

Flagger adds Gateway API Support
Member Post Flagger adds Gateway API Support
Guest post originally published on the Flux blog by Daniel Holbach The Flagger team is proud to bring you Kubernetes Gateway API support as part of the 1.19.0 release. Read here about why this is a significant development in...
April 11, 2022 | By Daniel Holbach

How to render Jenkins build parameters dynamically?
Member Post How to render Jenkins build parameters dynamically?
Guest post originally published on the InfraCloud blog by Nirav Katarmal While working with the Jenkins jobs (whether it’s declarative or freestyle), we often need to pass some parameters to the code being executed when you trigger the...
April 6, 2022 | By Nirav Katarmal

Learn OpenTelemetry tracing with this lightweight microservices demo
Member Post Learn OpenTelemetry tracing with this lightweight microservices demo
Guest post originally published in the Timescale Blog by Ramon Guiu and John Pruitt OpenTelemetry is an open source observability framework for cloud-native service and infrastructure instrumentation hosted by the Cloud Native Computing Foundation (CNCF). It has gained a lot...
April 4, 2022 | By Ramon Guiu and John Pruitt

4 reasons to build a geographically distributed network
Member Post 4 reasons to build a geographically distributed network
Guest post originally published on Snapt’s blog by Iwan Price-Evans In a world that is more reliant than ever on global connectivity, it’s increasingly important to understand how data traffic flows between different nodes or is routed between...
April 4, 2022 | By Iwan Price-Evans

Trusting SBOMs in the software supply chain: Syft now creates attestations using Sigstore
Member Post Trusting SBOMs in the software supply chain: Syft now creates attestations using Sigstore
Guest post originally published on the Anchore blog by Dan Luhring With the recent release of Syft v0.40.0, you can now create signed SBOM attestations directly in Syft. This is made possible by Project Sigstore, which makes signing and verification...
March 30, 2022

Configuring OpenTelemetry in Ruby
Member Post Configuring OpenTelemetry in Ruby
Guest post by Scout APM OpenTelemetry is enabling a revolution in how Observability data is collected and transmitted. See our What Is OpenTelemetry post on why this is an important inflection point in the Observability space. In this...
March 29, 2022

Kubernetes Scheduler introduction
Member Post Kubernetes Scheduler introduction
Guest post originally published on Gemini Open Cloud‘s blog by Patrick Fu, CEO of Gemini Open Cloud Kubernetes is a portable, extensible, open-source cluster manager for managing containerized workloads and services. The features of Kubernetes include automatic software...
March 28, 2022 | By Patrick Fu

KoolKits – Kubernetes debugging re(image)ined
Member Post KoolKits – Kubernetes debugging re(image)ined
Guest post originally published on Lightrun’s blog by Tom Granot, Director of Developer Relations at Lightrun KoolKits (Kubernetes toolkits) are highly-opinionated, language-specific, batteries-included debug container images for Kubernetes. In practice, they’re what you would’ve installed on your production...
March 25, 2022