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SD Times: “Report: Majority of open source contributors wish their company paid for their contributions”
SD Times: “Report: Majority of open source contributors wish their company paid for their contributions” January 18, 2023
Nearly four-fifths of developers (79%) believe that contributing to open source projects has helped further their careers, but 78% still say that companies should pay them for the time spent on contributions. 

Container Journal: “2022 in Review: Kubernetes’ Big Year”
Container Journal: “2022 in Review: Kubernetes’ Big Year” January 4, 2023
2022 was a big year for cloud-native technologies—especially for Kubernetes, which became a platform of choice for digital transformation and cloud-native workloads. As such, much of this year’s discussion revolved around Kubernetes updates and best practices.

Container Journal: “Best of 2022: 6 CNCF Projects for CI/CD”
Container Journal: “Best of 2022: 6 CNCF Projects for CI/CD” December 30, 2022
Nowadays, software development teams need a more agile way of working to quickly bring code to life. And CI/CD has been a big enabler for more rapid development models for cloud-native software. Whereas continuous integration (CI) is about...

Container Journal: “Best of 2022: The Ultimate List of Open Source Cloud-Native Tools”
Container Journal: “Best of 2022: The Ultimate List of Open Source Cloud-Native Tools” December 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...

Container Journal: “Best of 2022: 8 CNCF Projects for Cloud-Native Persistent Storage”
Container Journal: “Best of 2022: 8 CNCF Projects for Cloud-Native Persistent Storage” December 26, 2022
Enacting persistent storage of data is somewhat counterintuitive when it comes to containerization. The ephemeral container is a short-lived computing environment where code isn’t stored forever. But you still need to store data on a physical disc somewhere!

The New Stack: “Argo CD and Flux Are CNCF Grads: But What Now?”
The New Stack: “Argo CD and Flux Are CNCF Grads: But What Now?” December 13, 2022
Argo CD and Flux achieving CNCF graduation status definitely represents a solid nod to GitOps’ viability in the community. But now that both projects reached this milestone within a few days of each other, what does this mean...

DevClass: “‘Electrifying’ Kubernetes 1.26 released with improved Windows support, verified binaries”
DevClass: “‘Electrifying’ Kubernetes 1.26 released with improved Windows support, verified binaries” December 13, 2022
Kubernetes 1.26, whose theme the team calls “Electrifying,” has been released with several important updates, including more complete support for Windows containers and, for the first time, digital signing of all official release artifacts, enabling verification that they...

Heise Online: “Kubernetes 1.26 vollendet den Wechsel auf das Container Runtime Interface”
Heise Online: “Kubernetes 1.26 vollendet den Wechsel auf das Container Runtime Interface” December 12, 2022
Das Kubernetes-Entwicklungsteam hat Version 1.26 der Container-Orchestrierungsplattform vorgelegt – Codename Electrifying. Die zahlreichen Neuerungen im Release betreffen insbesondere die Einführung des Container Runtime Interface (CRI), das ab sofort in der stabilen Version 1.0 zum Einsatz kommt, sowie den...

Le Monde Informatique: “Sécurité et management au menu des mises à jour de Kubernetes 1.26”
Le Monde Informatique: “Sécurité et management au menu des mises à jour de Kubernetes 1.26” December 12, 2022
Pas besoin d’attendre une mise à jour majeure pour bénéficier d’une pluie de fonctionnalités. 

VentureBeat: “New Kubernetes 1.26 release boosts security, storage, teases dynamic resource allocation”
VentureBeat: “New Kubernetes 1.26 release boosts security, storage, teases dynamic resource allocation” December 9, 2022
In the cloud-native space, where applications are purpose built and delivered to run in the cloud, one technology in particular rises above all others — Kubernetes.