All Member Posts


Karmada: Multi-cluster Management with an Ocean of Nodes
Member Post Karmada: Multi-cluster Management with an Ocean of Nodes
Guest post by Kevin Wang, Huawei and Shen Yifan, Commercial Bank of China In terms of multi-cluster management, Industrial and Commercial Bank of China (ICBC) found a new way to do it efficiently, that is, using Karmada. At...
March 22, 2022 | By Kevin Wang, Shen Yifan

An introduction to metrics monitoring with Fluent Bit and M3DB
Member Post An introduction to metrics monitoring with Fluent Bit and M3DB
Guest post originally published on Chronosphere’s blog by Gibbs Cullen This blog is primarily a recap of the workshop led by Anurag Gupta, co-founder of Calyptia and Fluent maintainer, and myself at FluentCon North America 2021 titled “Hands on Workshop: Getting Started With...
March 21, 2022

NSA & CISA Kubernetes hardening guide – what is new with version 1.1
Member Post NSA & CISA Kubernetes hardening guide – what is new with version 1.1
Guest post originally published on ARMO’s blog by Leonid Sandler, CTO & Co-founder, ARMO In March 2022, NSA & CISA has issued a new version of the Kubernetes Hardening Guide – version 1.1. It updates the previous version that was released...
March 18, 2022

Cluster out: A design approach to building modern apps
Member Post Cluster out: A design approach to building modern apps
Guest post by Rob Whiteley, Vice President and General Manager of the NGINX Product Group at F5 This past August at NGINX Sprint 2.0, I discussed the patterns we see customers adopt to successfully leverage cloud-native technologies when...
March 15, 2022 | By Rob Whiteley

Modern application load balancing with a centralized control plane
Member Post Modern application load balancing with a centralized control plane
Guest post originally published on the Snapt blog by Armand Sultantono A centralized control plane for application delivery allows you to use a single platform for all of your application delivery needs. It unites teams involved in the...
March 10, 2022 | By Armand Sultantono

Reducing negative and biased language in documentation
Member Post Reducing negative and biased language in documentation
Guest post originally published on the Chronosphere blog by Chris Ward The discussions on what represents negative, biased, and diverse language continue in many open source communities, often sparking heated and strongly opinionated debate. Setting those discussions aside,...
March 9, 2022

DevOps: Why it is misunderstood & what it always should have been
Member Post DevOps: Why it is misunderstood & what it always should have been
Guest post originally published on the Elastisys blog by the Elastisys team DevOps is a cultural movement that has brought a lot of much-needed agility to software development. But it is also misunderstood: does DevOps really mean that...
March 7, 2022

The future of Kubernetes – and why developers should look beyond Kubernetes in 2022
Member Post The future of Kubernetes – and why developers should look beyond Kubernetes in 2022
Guest post originally published on Eficode’s blog by Michael Vittrup Larsen Kubernetes is ubiquitous in container orchestration, and its popularity has yet to weaken. This does, however, not mean that evolution in the container orchestration space is at...
March 4, 2022 | By Michael Vittrup Larsen

An emerging Job: Kubernetes engineer
Member Post An emerging Job: Kubernetes engineer
Guest post by Jenn Gile, Sr PMM, F5 NGINX With each major shift in technology, we see new jobs with new titles emerge. Today, the biggest shift in infrastructure and application deployment is the widespread adoption of Kubernetes,...
March 3, 2022 | By Jenn Gile

How to write YAML file for Kubernetes?
Member Post How to write YAML file for Kubernetes?
Guest post originally published on the ARMO blog by Ben Hirschberg, VP R&D & Co-founder Though Kubernetes has grown in popularity, it still has a steep learning curve that can make it hard to adopt the technology. Those who can’t...
March 3, 2022