HashiCorp Vault grabbed the top honors in the secrets management category in the latest Cloud Native Computing Foundation (CNCF) Tech Radar report, which covers the “secrets management” tools. Cloud service providers’ built-in offerings are also popular in this space: in addition to HashiCorp Vault and Certificate Manager; Amazon Web Services’ (AWS) Secrets Manager and AWS Key Management Service are listed in the Adopt category in the report. Google’s GCP Secrets Management is in the report’s Assess category.
Without traffic signals and signage, life would not be pleasant on local streets; motorists would drive in opposing lanes and chaos would ensue. A stop sign is a reliable standard; it means the same thing no matter where it may be located.
The lead headline in the recent Cloud Native Computing (CNCF) survey states that the “use of containers in production has increased by 300% since 2016.” With this hyper-growth there comes challenges that users are grappling with, not only individually but also as a community.
InfoQ recently caught up with several Kubernetes experts to discuss the top trends and most important challenges that users of the platform are facing.
The Cloud Native Computing Foundation has identified top secrets management tools and trends based on its latest end user CNCF Technology Radar, which focused on secrets management in cloud-native settings.
The CNCF End User Community has released its fourth technology radar, this time scanning the tools and approaches to manage authentication credentials such as APIs, keys and tokens.
The Cloud Native Computing Foundation announced the Open Policy Agent project’s graduation to join the likes of mature cloud native projects, including Kubernetes, Helm and Prometheus.
The Cloud Native Computing Foundation (CNCF) has announced that Open Policy Agent (OPA) is graduating. Graduation from the CNCF indicates that a project has shown “widespread adoption, an open governance process, feature maturity, and a strong commitment to community, sustainability, and inclusivity,” according to the CNCF.