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Flux January 2023 update
Project Post Flux January 2023 update
Guest post originally published on Flux’ blog by Daniel Holbach As the Flux family of projects and its communities are growing, we strive to inform you each month about what has already landed, new possibilities which are available...
February 6, 2023 | By Daniel Holbach

Protect your mission-critical pods from eviction with PriorityClass
Member Post Protect your mission-critical pods from eviction with PriorityClass
Guest post originally published on InfraCloud’s blog by Sunny Bhambhani Kubernetes has been widely adopted, and many organizations use it as their de-facto orchestration engine for running workloads that need to be created and deleted frequently. Therefore, proper...
February 6, 2023 | By Sunny Bhambhani

Join us at cdCon + GitOpsCon, co-located with Open Source Summit North America this May 8 —9! 
Staff Post Join us at cdCon + GitOpsCon, co-located with Open Source Summit North America this May 8 —9! 
CNCF is excited to announce that in partnership with the CD Foundation, we will be hosting cdCon + GitOpsCon, co-located with Open Source Summit North America, from May 8 – 9 in Vancouver, Canada!  We are combining cdCon...
February 3, 2023

Why are enterprises moving on multi-cloud/hybrid strategies?
Member Post Why are enterprises moving on multi-cloud/hybrid strategies?
Guest post originally published on the Coredge blog There has been a lot of discussion about the rising trend of businesses using private, public, and hybrid cloud services in their multi-cloud strategy. The architecture of multi-cloud allows enterprises...
February 3, 2023

Results of the KEDA security engagement
Community Post Results of the KEDA security engagement
Community post by Amir Montazery, OSTIF, cross-posted from OSTIF’s blog KEDA, or the Kubernetes-based Event Driven Autoscaling project, was reviewed by Trail of Bits at the end of 2022. KEDA joins a growing list of CNCF Projects audited...
February 2, 2023 | By Amir Montazery

Docker on MacOS is slow and how to fix it
Community Post Docker on MacOS is slow and how to fix it
Community post by Paolo Mainardi originally published on Paolo’s personal blog TL;DR  At the time of writing, the only viable option to have a decent performance and a good DX are: How does Docker work on macOS?  Docker engine, on macOS and...
February 2, 2023 | By Paolo Mainardi

Kubernetes and Cloud Security Associate (KCSA) certification coming in Q3 2023
Staff Post Kubernetes and Cloud Security Associate (KCSA) certification coming in Q3 2023
CNCF and The Linux Foundation are excited to announce the upcoming Kubernetes and Cloud Security Associate (KCSA) certification from CloudNativeSecurityCon North America 2023 in Seattle, WA. The exam, which will provide an entry point for individuals looking to...
February 1, 2023

Monitoring micro-front ends on Kubernetes with NGINX
Member Post Monitoring micro-front ends on Kubernetes with NGINX
Guest post by Benoit Schipper I have been working with multiple Kubernetes-like distributions for the past few years. Adopting Kubernetes brings many benefits, but also many challenges. Traditionally we have hosted web servers or proxies, such as NGINX,...
February 1, 2023 | By Benoit Schipper

How to build a cost-efficient troubleshooting practice for Kubernetes
Member Post How to build a cost-efficient troubleshooting practice for Kubernetes
Guest post by Eran Kinsbruner, Lightrun Why Troubleshooting Kubernetes Apps Is Tricky!  Apps that are deployed across Kubernetes clusters are a huge challenge to debug and analyze.  There are a couple of major reasons for this. Firstly, access...
January 31, 2023 | By Eran Kinsbruner

Istio publishes results of 2022 security audit
Project Post Istio publishes results of 2022 security audit
Project post originally published on the Istio blog by Craig Box Security review of Istio finds a CVE in Go standard library Istio is a project that platform engineers trust to enforce security policy in their production Kubernetes...
January 30, 2023