TechRepublic: “Cilium Service Mesh: A new bridge back to the kernel for cloud-native infrastructure” July 20, 2022
Kubernetes platform engineers that need service mesh are no longer forced into sidecars. Now they have options.
InfoWorld: “Cilium launches eBPF-powered Kubernetes service mesh” July 20, 2022
Cilium Service Mesh features eBPF-based connectivity, traffic management, security, and observability, supporting both sidecar and sidecar-less deployments.
TFIR: “Kyverno Joins The CNCF Incubator” July 15, 2022
The CNCF Technical Oversight Committee (TOC) has voted to accept Kyverno as a CNCF incubating project. Kyverno is a policy engine designed for Kubernetes. Policies provide security and automation and simplify managing Kubernetes configurations across developers, operators, and...
ComputerWeekly: “Keptn cooks up, becomes CNCF Incubator” July 14, 2022
The CNCF Technical Oversight Committee (TOC) has voted to accept Keptn as a CNCF incubating project. Keptn is an event-driven orchestration engine that connects observability with operations in cloud-native applications.
Container Journal: “7 CNCF Projects For Building Cloud-Native Networks” July 6, 2022
Cloud-native is more than a trend—it’s estimated that by 2023, the majority of new applications will adopt cloud-native components. One aspect of cloud-native is connectivity—networking is essential to enabling containers to talk to one another, especially since multiple...
Container Journal: “4 CNCF Projects For Key Management” June 24, 2022
The nuances of cloud-native architecture necessitate some new approaches to security. Not only are container-based microservices inherently distributed, but there is a rising number of dependencies within the software supply chain. As a result, developers are faced with...
CSO: “How the Secure Software Factory Reference Architecture protects the software supply chain” June 22, 2022
This breakdown of the Cloud Native Computing Foundation’s secure software factory guidance focuses on software provenance and build activities.
InfoWorld: “Why Mercedes-Benz runs on 900 Kubernetes clusters” June 22, 2022
The technology team behind the German automaker Mercedes-Benz has spent the last seven years building up a homegrown fleet of 900 Kubernetes clusters to support hundreds of standalone developer teams, giving the company a modern infrastructure platform it...
The Business of Open Source Podcast: “The Cloud Native Glossary and Linkerd with Catherine Paganini” June 22, 2022
Today I talk with Catherine Paganini, Head of Marketing and Community at Buoyant. We begin by discussing the Cloud Native Glossary and how it is helping to make cloud native concepts more accessible for people around the world....
Protocol: “What’s the single hardest thing for companies to get right about cloud-native application development?” June 16, 2022
The most challenging thing for companies is finding a balanced framework that ensures a certain level of service is provided and also allows for experimentation and testing of new approaches. To get cloud native development right we must...