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Kubernetes network policies with Cilium and Linkerd
Member Post Kubernetes network policies with Cilium and Linkerd
Guest post originally published on Buoyant’s blog by Zahari Dichev Applying L4 network policies with a service mesh In this tutorial, you’ll learn how to run Linkerd and Cilium together and how to use Cilium to apply L3...
February 25, 2021 | By Zahari Dichev

Sysdig contributes Falco’s kernel module, eBPF probe, and libraries to the CNCF
Member Post Sysdig contributes Falco’s kernel module, eBPF probe, and libraries to the CNCF
Guest post originally published on the Sysdig blog by Loris Degioanni, CTO and Founder of Sysdig Today, I’m excited to announce the contribution of the sysdig kernel module, eBPF probe, and libraries to the Cloud Native Computing Foundation....
February 24, 2021

Kubernetes as a cloud services provisioner: what are custom resource definitions?
Member Post Kubernetes as a cloud services provisioner: what are custom resource definitions?
Guest post originally published on CloudReach’s blog by Brad Campbell, Chief Technologist, Platform Development at CloudReach In the first of two blogs covering the use of Kubernetes as a cloud services provisioner, Brad Campbell answers the question: What...
February 23, 2021 | By Brad Campbell

Kubernetes maturity model: expected business outcomes
Member Post Kubernetes maturity model: expected business outcomes
Guest post by Danielle Cook, Content Marketing Director at Fairwinds When you move to Kubernetes, you must show clear business advantages. The business outcomes expected will include cost savings over time as you have better infrastructure utilizations, improved...
February 18, 2021 | By Danielle Cook

Embedding source code version information in Docker Images
Member Post Embedding source code version information in Docker Images
Guest post originally published on Rookout’s blog by Josh Hendrick, Senior Solutions Engineer at Rookout As organizations place focus on innovation and digital transformation across enterprise IT, we continue to see increased adoption of containers and microservice application...
February 17, 2021 | By Josh Hendrick

CTO headaches: Top 5 cloud-to-cloud migration woes (and how to solve them!)
Member Post CTO headaches: Top 5 cloud-to-cloud migration woes (and how to solve them!)
Guest post originally published on Elastisys’s blog by Lars Larsson, Senior Cloud Architect and Branch Manager at Elastisys All companies that use cloud services do so for a reason. But those reasons may change. Whether motivated by the...
February 15, 2021 | By Lars Larsson

Saga Pattern: how to manage distributed transactions with microservices
Member Post Saga Pattern: how to manage distributed transactions with microservices
Guest post originally published on Mia-Platform’s blog by Francesco Francomano, Senior Full Stack Developer, and Giuseppe Manzi, Full Stack Specialist at Mia-Plarform. In the context of microservices, one of the problems that we often encounter is the need to...
February 12, 2021 | By Francesco Francomano and Giuseppe Manzi

Three reasons why you need Volcano
Member Post Three reasons why you need Volcano
Guest post by Volcano Community Maintainer Volcano is a Kubernetes native batch scheduling system. This open-source project is optimized for compute-intensive workloads, and is especially useful in sectors such as AI, big data, genomics, and rendering. Mainstream computing...
February 10, 2021 | By Volcano Community Maintainer

Don’t get attached to your attachment!
Member Post Don’t get attached to your attachment!
Guest post by Amir Kaushansky, VP Product at Armo A brief overview of attachment methods when securing Kubernetes environments.    As a product manager, I am always concern about the value my customers will get from the product, and...
February 9, 2021 | By Amir Kaushansky

Service connectivity isn’t your job, but it’s still your problem
Member Post Service connectivity isn’t your job, but it’s still your problem
Guest post originally published on Kong’s blog by Marco Palladino, Co-founder / CTO at Kong As a developer, your company hired you to build incredible products that focus on your users’ and customers’ needs. Yet, in the age...
February 8, 2021 | By Marco Palladino