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ITOpsTimes: “KubeCon + CloudNativeCon North America 2021 kicks off”
ITOpsTimes: “KubeCon + CloudNativeCon North America 2021 kicks off” October 11, 2021
KubeCon + CloudNativeCon North America 2021 starts today, and already a number of companies have announced new updates to their Kubernetes and cloud-native platforms. 

SiliconANGLE: “Security and edge computing on the agenda as open-source community gathers for KubeCon + CloudNativeCon, Oct. 13-15”
SiliconANGLE: “Security and edge computing on the agenda as open-source community gathers for KubeCon + CloudNativeCon, Oct. 13-15” October 7, 2021
As the cloud native computing world prepares to gather in Los Angeles for a mixed virtual and in-person KubeCon + CloudNativeCon event, the conference tag of “Resilience Realized” has taken on special meaning. 

The New Stack: “What to Expect at KubeCon + CloudNativeCon”
The New Stack: “What to Expect at KubeCon + CloudNativeCon” September 27, 2021
KubeCon+CloudNativeCon will be held in Los Angeles next month, October 11 -15. A key difference at this year’s event — the first onsite event from the Cloud Native Computing Foundation since the beginning of the pandemic — is...

ComputerWeekly: “What to expect from KubeCon + CloudNativeCon North America 2021”
ComputerWeekly: “What to expect from KubeCon + CloudNativeCon North America 2021” September 4, 2021
They call it #TeamCloudNative. It’s a hashtag that represents the combined forces of KubeCon and CloudNativeCon.

Forbes: “From Incubation To Augmentation, How Software Projects Grow”
Forbes: “From Incubation To Augmentation, How Software Projects Grow” September 1, 2021
In the world of technical steering groups and committees, project status is a big deal. Especially found throughout the world of open source software application development, projects get their official state-of-progression label once they have reached certain milestones,...

DevOps.com: “CNCF Advances OpenTelemetry Initiative”
DevOps.com: “CNCF Advances OpenTelemetry Initiative” September 1, 2021
The Technical Oversight Committee (TOC) of the Cloud Native Computing Foundation (CNCF) has voted to accept OpenTelemetry as an incubating project as part of an ongoing effort to simplify instrumentation of software using open source agent software.

The New Stack: “Why Cloud Native Open Source Is Critical for Twitter and Spotify”
The New Stack: “Why Cloud Native Open Source Is Critical for Twitter and Spotify” September 1, 2021
At last count, social media giant Twitter enjoys around 353 million active users, and streaming music service Spotify has 356 million active listeners. In both cases, open source tools and platforms for cloud native environments have served as...

TechRadar: “Linux at 30: How a student’s hobby became a key component in the business IT stack”
TechRadar: “Linux at 30: How a student’s hobby became a key component in the business IT stack” August 28, 2021
The first version of the Linux kernel was released under a custom license that restricted commercial use. Thankfully however that arrangement didn’t last long and Torvalds released Linux 0.99 under the GNU GPLv2 license in 1992.

What the Dev Podcast: “Bringing Open Policy Agent through its graduation from the CNCF”
What the Dev Podcast: “Bringing Open Policy Agent through its graduation from the CNCF” August 26, 2021
Getting an open-source project hosted by a foundation can provide a lot of opportunities for growth, such as through increased marketing and awareness. In this episode we spoke with Torin Sandall, VP of Open Source at Styra, about...

The New Stack: “Kubernetes-Autoscaling KEDA Moves into CNCF Incubation”
The New Stack: “Kubernetes-Autoscaling KEDA Moves into CNCF Incubation” August 24, 2021
KEDA, the Kubernetes Event-Driven Autoscaler project, has moved on from the sandbox tier at the Cloud Native Computing Foundation (CNCF) this week, joining the 21 other projects in incubation, such as Argo, Falco, gRPC and Rook.