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If you are using ‘kubectl’, you are probably doing it wrong
Member Post If you are using ‘kubectl’, you are probably doing it wrong
Guest post originally published on the Nethopper blog by Chris Munford Like many people, I managed my first cluster using the kubernetes cli (aka kubectl). I deployed a handful of ‘objects’ such as deployments, secrets, configmaps, and services...
October 11, 2022

Chaos Day at KubeCon + CloudNativeCon NA 2022
Member Post Chaos Day at KubeCon + CloudNativeCon NA 2022
Guest post by the team at Harness The adoption and need for Chaos Engineering is growing in the cloud native ecosystem. Chaos Engineering will have a larger presence in Detroit, Michigan with an exciting KubeCon + CloudNativeCon NA...
October 11, 2022

Building an eBPF-based profiler
Member Post Building an eBPF-based profiler
Guest post originally published on the ContainIQ blog by Matt Lenhard, co-founder & CTO In this blog post, we recap the process and methodology we used to build our eBPF-based profiler. We include techniques and examples for both...
October 10, 2022

KubeEdge: Design and implementation of the next-generation cloud native edge device management standard DMI
Member Post KubeEdge: Design and implementation of the next-generation cloud native edge device management standard DMI
Guest post by Zhao Ran (Huawei Cloud), Wang Zilong (DaoCloud) With the maturity of technologies such as 5G, AI, and distributed cloud, concepts such as Internet of Everything (IoE), digital twin, and ubiquitous compute are extending, bringing innovations...
October 5, 2022 | By Zhao Ran + Wang Zilong

Zero trust for cloud-native workloads
Member Post Zero trust for cloud-native workloads
Guest post originally published on the Tigera blog by Giri Radhakrishnan There has been a huge uptick in microservices adoption in the data analytics domain, primarily aided by machine learning (ML) and artificial intelligence (AI) projects. Some of...
October 3, 2022 | By Giri Radhakrishnan

An introduction to GitOps and Argo
Member Post An introduction to GitOps and Argo
Guest post originally published on the InfluxData blog by Charles Mahler In an ideal world, developers would be able to release new products and features from development environments into production extremely fast while also not having to stress...
September 30, 2022 | By Charles Mahler

Persistent, distributed Kubernetes Storage with Longhorn
Member Post Persistent, distributed Kubernetes Storage with Longhorn
Guest post initially published on the SUSE blog by Sadequl Hussain Kubernetes is an open source container orchestration system that enables applications to run on a cluster of hosts. It’s a critical part of cloud native architecture because it...
September 29, 2022 | By Sadequl Hussain

Karmada and Open Cluster Management: two new approaches to the multicluster fleet management challenge
Member Post Karmada and Open Cluster Management: two new approaches to the multicluster fleet management challenge
Guest post from Huawei by David Eads (@deads2k), Kevin Wang (@kevin-wangzefeng) Current users will know that KubeFed was an early answer to the issue of centralized management of multiple Kubernetes clusters– but as community engagement has slowed with...
September 26, 2022 | By David Eads + Kevin Wang

How to think about securing Kubernetes with WAF and DoS protection
Member Post How to think about securing Kubernetes with WAF and DoS protection
Guest post originally published by Jenn Gile of NGINX To best protect cloud-native apps, you need to deploy flexible, Kubernetes‑friendly WAF and DoS protections at the right places in your infrastructure.  For any team deploying applications, web application...
September 22, 2022

10 ways to make your software pipeline more observable
Member Post 10 ways to make your software pipeline more observable
Guest post originally published on the Cloudsmith blog by Ciara Carey Ciara lists 10 ways to make your software pipelines more transparent and observable to gain insights, identify unusual behavior and possibly prevent a software supply chain attack....
September 21, 2022