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How to monitor endpoints in Kubernetes using Blackbox Exporter

January 20, 2022 By Suramya Shah

Guest post originally published on InfraCloud’s blog by Suramya Shah Monitoring endpoints is an important aspect of system observability for diagnosing performance and availability issues. In this article, we will cover in…

CNCF Member Blog Post

How to run Kubernetes without Docker

January 19, 2022 By Alessandro Lo Manto

Guest post originally published on Sighup’s blog by Alessandro Lo Manto In late 2020, the Kubernetes team deprecated Docker and announced that support will be completely removed at the end of 2021.‌…

CNCF Member Blog Post

DevSecOps: cybersecurity for cloud native applications

January 18, 2022 By SparkFabrik Team

Guest post originally published on SparkFabrik’s blog by SparkFabrik Team DevOps makes software delivery faster and more reliable, but leaves security practices to specialists at the end of the cycle. This can create…

CNCF Staff Blog Post

La Redoute launched retail market comeback with Kubernetes-based software delivery

January 18, 2022

La Redoute is a household name in France and, increasingly, around the world. But in 2014, the nearly 200-year-old fashion and home retailer was facing bankruptcy. To make a comeback, it needed…

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Finding the best containerization approach for your application portfolio with open source tool Tackle Container Advisor

January 17, 2022

Guest post by Raju Pavuluri Application Modernization: Application Modernization touches several areas and many aspects – ranging from application transformation, data modernization to business transformation. AI powered tools, such as TCA discussed…

CNCF Project Blog Post

Cloud native observability and security analytics with SysFlow and Falco

January 14, 2022 By Frederico Araujo and Teryl Taylor

Guest post originally published on Falco’s blog by Frederico Araujo and Teryl Taylor, IBM Research Hello, fellow Falcoers! This blog introduces you to a new open system telemetry format and project called SysFlow….

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Implementing chaos engineering in K8s: chaos mesh principle analysis and control plane development

January 13, 2022 By Mayo Cream

Guest post originally published on PingCAP‘s blog by Mayo Cream Chaos Mesh is an open-source, cloud-native Chaos Engineering platform built on Kubernetes (K8s) custom resource definitions (CRDs). Chaos Mesh can simulate various types…

CNCF Member Blog Post

Kubernetes: A cost challenge waiting to happen

January 12, 2022 By Roi Ravhon

Guest post originally published on Finout’s blog by Roi Ravhon, CEO and co-founder of Finout Containers are the uprising technology of the last decade with their flexible scalability and portability. According to a…

CNCF Community Blog Post

Join the CNCF Cloud Native Glossary

January 11, 2022

How to contribute to open source without having to code! Community post by Catherine Paganini, Cloud Native Glossary Maintainer The CNCF Cloud Native Glossary was officially launched at KubeCon NA 2021 with…