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Workshop recap: running Linkerd in production
Project Post Workshop recap: running Linkerd in production
Guest post originally published on Linkerd’s blog by Flynn This blog post is based on a workshop that I delivered at Buoyant’s Service Mesh Academy. If this seems interesting, check out the full recording! Linkerd is used in a great...
August 9, 2023 | By Flynn

Dragonfly v2.1.0 is released!
Project Post Dragonfly v2.1.0 is released!
Project post from the Dragonfly maintainers Dragonfly v2.1.0 is released! 🎉🎉🎉 Thanks to the Xinxin Zhao[1] for helping to refactor the console[2] and the manager provides a new console for users to operate Dragonfly. Welcome to visit d7y.io[3]...
August 7, 2023

Crossplane Completes Security Audit – Hardening and Growing Enterprise Confidence
Project Post Crossplane Completes Security Audit – Hardening and Growing Enterprise Confidence
Project post originally published on the Crossplane blog The Crossplane project has spent the last couple months partnering with Ada Logics, an independent third party security research firm, as well as the CNCF and the OSTIF, to perform a security audit of...
July 27, 2023

Kubeflow brings MLOps to the CNCF Incubator
Project Post Kubeflow brings MLOps to the CNCF Incubator
The CNCF Technical Oversight Committee (TOC) has voted to accept Kubeflow as a CNCF incubating project.  Kubeflow is an open source, community-driven project for deploying and managing a Machine  Learning (ML) stack on Kubernetes. The Kubeflow community actively...
July 25, 2023

Flux Announces GA of v2!
Project Post Flux Announces GA of v2!
The Flux project is thrilled to announce the general availability (GA) release of Flux v2.  Flux’s move to general availability represents a significant milestone in the CNCF ecosystem. This progression not only exemplifies the CNCF’s commitment to the...
July 20, 2023

Using Kyverno with Pod Security Admission
Project Post Using Kyverno with Pod Security Admission
Guest post originally published on the Kyverno blog by Kyverno Maintainers Using Pod Security Admission with Kyverno for the best of both worlds. Pod Security Admission (PSA) is the built-in successor to Kubernetes PodSecurityPolicy (PSP) and is enabled by default starting...
July 18, 2023

Knative fuzzing audit results
Project Post Knative fuzzing audit results
Project post originally published on the Knative blog by Adam Korczynski, Ada Logics Knative is happy to announce the completion of its fuzzing security audit. The audit was carried out by Ada Logics and is part of an initiative...
July 14, 2023

Linkerd edge roundup: 21 June 2023
Project Post Linkerd edge roundup: 21 June 2023
Project post originally published on the Linkerd blog by Matei David Linkerd’s edge releases are a big part of our development process that we’re going to start talking more about – and so far in June, we’ve done...
July 14, 2023 | By Matei David

PodSecurityPolicy migration with Kyverno
Project Post PodSecurityPolicy migration with Kyverno
Project post originally published on the Kyverno blog As you’ve probably heard, PodSecurityPolicy (PSP) in Kubernetes is no more. After a deprecation beginning in v1.21, they were finally removed in v1.25. Many organizations out there are still relying on PSPs...
July 12, 2023

KubeVirt v1.0 has landed!
Project Post KubeVirt v1.0 has landed!
Project post by KubeVirt Maintainers The KubeVirt community is proud to announce the release of KubeVirt v1.0! This release demonstrates the accomplishments of the community and user adoption over the years and represents an important milestone for everyone...
July 11, 2023