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CSO: “How the Secure Software Factory Reference Architecture protects the software supply chain”
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”
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”
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?”
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...

Know your cloud security acronyms: CWPP, CSPM, CIEM and CNAPP
Know your cloud security acronyms: CWPP, CSPM, CIEM and CNAPP June 13, 2022
Guest post originally published on the Orca Security blog by Ty Murphy and Sarah Smith Acronyms help communicate lengthy phrases, but they can sometimes be confusing. This is especially true in the security industry, which has an alphabet...

InfoQ: “CNCF Accepts KubeVirt as an Incubating Project”
InfoQ: “CNCF Accepts KubeVirt as an Incubating Project” June 11, 2022
Recently, the CNCF promoted KubeVirt from the sandbox to incubating project level. KubeVirt enables users to run virtual machine workloads on top of Kubernetes in a Kubernetes-native way. KubeVirt can enable the migration of legacy applications by supporting...

Computing: “Mercedes-Benz Tech Innovation: From ‘open source not allowed’ to ‘FOSS preferred'”
Computing: “Mercedes-Benz Tech Innovation: From ‘open source not allowed’ to ‘FOSS preferred'” June 8, 2022
It’s good PR for large organisations to send teams of developers to present at conferences, but things are not always as they seem. Sometimes these are unrepresentative internal startups, experimenting at the cutting edge while the vast majority...

SearchITOperations: “Kubernetes multi-cluster users tap service mesh alternatives”
SearchITOperations: “Kubernetes multi-cluster users tap service mesh alternatives” June 2, 2022
Istio service mesh is back in the spotlight since joining the CNCF, but the foundation’s existing projects are preferred by IT pros focused on multi-cluster Kubernetes resiliency.

TechTarget: “Highlights from KubeCon + CloudNativeCon Europe 2022”
TechTarget: “Highlights from KubeCon + CloudNativeCon Europe 2022” May 24, 2022
KubeCon + CloudNativeCon Europe 2022 did not disappoint and has picked up from last year. This event was held both virtually and live in Valencia, Spain, May 16-20, and included over 26,000 registered attendees, from developers, product management,...

SiliconANGLE: “How enterprise end users are enriching the CNCF ecosystem”
SiliconANGLE: “How enterprise end users are enriching the CNCF ecosystem” May 24, 2022
In March 2016, the first-ever KubeCon Europe took place in London, England. Pre-event press from that year anticipated “hundreds” of attendees: Kubernetes was starting to grab the attention of the developer world, but the Cloud Native Computing Foundation...