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Silverlinings: “KubeCon: What is Kubernetes’ dynamic resource allocation, and why does it matter?”
Silverlinings: “KubeCon: What is Kubernetes’ dynamic resource allocation, and why does it matter?” November 8, 2023
KubeCon + CloudNativeCon North America 2023, Chicago – At KubeCon 2023, Priyanka Sharma, the Cloud Native Computing Foundation (CNCF) executive director, did the bravest thing any keynote speaker can do: She ran a live demo. As is so often the case,...

SiliconANGLE: “The role of Kubernetes in shaping the cloud and AI landscape: theCUBE’s analysis, KubeCon Day 2 kickoff”
SiliconANGLE: “The role of Kubernetes in shaping the cloud and AI landscape: theCUBE’s analysis, KubeCon Day 2 kickoff” November 8, 2023
The pulse of cloud-native innovation continued to beat on day two of the KubeCon + CloudNativeCon NA event.

SiliconANGLE: “Evolving security solutions in the AI era: No ‘silver bullet’ for cloud-native security”
SiliconANGLE: “Evolving security solutions in the AI era: No ‘silver bullet’ for cloud-native security” November 8, 2023
With the wave of changes spurred by advancements in artificial intelligence and quantum computing, and more disruption on the horizon, securing the cloud against attacks is more important than ever.

Forbes: “AI Speculation Dominates Cloud Native Conference”
Forbes: “AI Speculation Dominates Cloud Native Conference” November 8, 2023
Talk of AI dominated the official program for the first day of KubeCon this week in Chicago, IL.

The Register: “The Cloud Native Computing Foundation leaps aboard the AI bandwagon”
The Register: “The Cloud Native Computing Foundation leaps aboard the AI bandwagon” November 8, 2023
KUBECON Kubernetes is having its Linux moment, Cloud Native Computing Foundation’s Priyanka Sharma told KubeCon in Chicago yesterday. Her proclamation was rapidly followed by every IT presenter’s nightmare – a demo problem live on stage.

The New Stack: “The 2023 State of Kubernetes in Production”
The New Stack: “The 2023 State of Kubernetes in Production” November 7, 2023
Something is too complex in the state of Kubernetes in production. This isn’t new, but in 2023, the year that’s seen the mainstreaming of platform engineering, container management’s biggest play may be flexible, but there’s still a lot of challenges around...

InfoWorld: “KubeCon points to the future of enterprise IT”
InfoWorld: “KubeCon points to the future of enterprise IT” November 6, 2023
Cloud has become synonymous with enterprise IT, but let’s not get ahead of ourselves. Though enterprises now spend roughly $545 billion annually on cloud infrastructure, according to IDC, and 41% of that spend goes to the top five cloud...

Cloud Native Now: “Cloud-Native AI Workloads: Scalability, Sustainability and Security”
Cloud Native Now: “Cloud-Native AI Workloads: Scalability, Sustainability and Security” November 2, 2023
AI is the fastest-growing class of workloads in the cloud. The data it handles is often sensitive and/or regulated, and the models are valuable. Can we better protect AI? Can we rein in AI costs and its environmental...

TechTarget: “Emergent observability topics at KubeCon 2023”
TechTarget: “Emergent observability topics at KubeCon 2023” November 2, 2023
There are worse places for a conference than Chicago in November, but not many. Windy City weather aside, the Cloud Native Computing Foundation’s 4-day flagship conference — KubeCon + CloudNativeCon 2023, set for Nov. 6-9 — will bring...

The New Stack: “Kubernetes API Gateway 1.0 Goes Live, as Maintainers Plan for the Future”
The New Stack: “Kubernetes API Gateway 1.0 Goes Live, as Maintainers Plan for the Future” November 2, 2023
A project four years in the making, the Kubernetes Gateway API has reached production status, finally offering a standardized way to manage network traffic going in and out of Kubernetes clusters.