The number of Cloud Native Computing Foundation (CNCF) projects has exploded since its first project Kubernetes, setting the stage for hundreds of tools and platforms that have achieved the various CNCF project maturity milestones of Sandbox, Incubated or Graduated.
The Cloud Native Computing Foundation (CNCF) recently announced that it accepted the Distributed Application Runtime (Dapr) as a CNCF incubating project. This statement follows an earlier announcement by Dapr, announcing the formation of the Dapr project’s Steering and Technical Committee (STC).
The developers of the popular Prometheus monitoring tool announced a new operating mode for the software today that’s designed to run more efficiently in low-resource environments such as edge networks and “internet of things” deployments.
CNCF published the sixth edition of the end-user Technology Radar. The theme for this edition was DevSecOps, the integration of security at every step of the software development lifecycle. The radar team highlighted there are many DevSecOps tools today and the space is growing and changing rapidly.
Kubernetes played a key role in maintaining Pokemon Go, Niantic’s wildly popular augmented-reality development. Kubernetes, and the efficiencies it offers DevOps teams, continue to play a role at Niantic, as the company builds on the game’s architecture to third-party developers.
Emissary-ingress is an open-source ingress controller and API gateway. It is built on Envoy Proxy and supports a number of ingress use cases like load balancing, authentication, and observability.
Cloud Native Computing Foundation (CNCF) incubating project Emissary-ingress, an open source ingress controller and API gateway for Kubernetes, has announced official support by major service mesh communities Linkerd (a graduated CNCF project) and Istio.
Cloud Native Computing Foundation (CNCF) incubating project Emissary-ingress, an open source ingress controller and API gateway for Kubernetes, announces official support by major service mesh communities Linkerd (a graduated CNCF project) and Istio.
InfoQ met with Priyanka Sharma, general manager of the Cloud Native Computing Foundation (CNCF), during KubeCon + CloudNativeCon North America 2021 in Los Angeles and talked about the event and other topics including new projects and tools for developers, diversity and inclusion, and women in tech.
As KubeCon 2021 in Los Angeles was the first large-scale tech conference that I have attended since the pandemic started, I wanted to write a special “Take 5” piece on my experience. So instead of detailing five items of importance from the show (I will do that soon), I’m presenting more than five observations about masking up and venturing out among techies again in the time of COVID-19.