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ComputerWeekly: “What to expect from KubeCon + CloudNativeCon North America 2022”
ComputerWeekly: “What to expect from KubeCon + CloudNativeCon North America 2022” September 9, 2022
Almost freezing, not quite, but very interesting with a definite chance of Motown, some renowned US Midwestern culture and the possibility of eating at Big Boy, the home of the first double cheeseburger (invented long before the Big...

Container Journal: “The Ultimate List of Open Source Cloud-Native Tools”
Container Journal: “The Ultimate List of Open Source Cloud-Native Tools” August 29, 2022
There are so many great open source cloud-native tools for nearly everything you want to do. And they’re all in one place—look no further than the Cloud Native Computing Foundation (CNCF). This Linux Foundation body has become a locus of...

TechTarget: “Kubernetes security reaches maturity milestone with v1.25”
TechTarget: “Kubernetes security reaches maturity milestone with v1.25” August 26, 2022
Kubernetes Pod Security Policies were officially removed from version 1.25 this week in favor of the now-stable, slimmed-down Pod Security Admission. Security isn’t the only area where core Kubernetes is delegating advanced features to external community projects and...

Container Journal: “Kubernetes 1.25 Update Focuses on Security and Storage”
Container Journal: “Kubernetes 1.25 Update Focuses on Security and Storage” August 26, 2022
This week, the Technical Oversight Committee (TOC) for Kubernetes released a Combiner update to the cloud-native platform that adds more than 40 enhancements.

Mewburn Ellis: “The firepower of Cloud Native thinking”
Mewburn Ellis: “The firepower of Cloud Native thinking” August 15, 2022
Taylor Dolezal of the Cloud Native Computing Foundation explains why the tech industry reveres this technical yet vital concept.

Telcos are moving increasingly to cloud-native functions – report
Telcos are moving increasingly to cloud-native functions – report August 3, 2022
The Cloud Native Computing Foundation (CNCF) has published the results of what it calls a “microsurvey” of Communication Service Providers (CSPs) to gauge their progress developing cloud-native network functions and customer applications. The report frames the use of Kubernetes in...

DevOps Paradox Podcast: “Kyverno Moves From Sandbox to Incubating”
DevOps Paradox Podcast: “Kyverno Moves From Sandbox to Incubating” July 22, 2022

IT Pro Today: “Cilium Service Mesh Extends eBPF for Cloud Deployments”
IT Pro Today: “Cilium Service Mesh Extends eBPF for Cloud Deployments” July 22, 2022
The open source Cilium project has been building out eBPF (extended Berkeley Packet Filter) networking technology for the last several years and is now moving to the next stage of its evolution, with service mesh capabilities for cloud deployments.

TFIR: “Cilium 1.12 Adds Cilium Service Mesh And Other New Features For Enterprise Kubernetes”
TFIR: “Cilium 1.12 Adds Cilium Service Mesh And Other New Features For Enterprise Kubernetes” July 21, 2022
Cilium, a CNCF incubating project, has announced the general availability of Cilium 1.12. With the release, Cilium has introduced Cilium Service Mesh, a major new open source entrant into the service mesh category, and the first service mesh that gives enterprises the flexibility to run...

ComputerWeekly: “Cilium speeds sidecar-optioned cloud-native networking”
ComputerWeekly: “Cilium speeds sidecar-optioned cloud-native networking” July 21, 2022
The Cilium project has reached general availability of Cilium 1.12. Great news, they’re (the Cilium team) excited… and so are we, but what is Cilium?