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Announcing the Linkerd Community Anchor Program

Posted on October 26, 2020 | By Thomas Rampelberg

Open source is all about community! A project is successful because of the people who use it and work with it every day. Talking about the problems you’re solving can help a lot more folks than you may…


Service mesh is still hard

Posted on October 26, 2020 | By Lin Sun

KubeCon + CloudNativeCon NA Virtual sponsor guest post from Lin Sun, Senior Technical Staff Member at IBM At ServiceMeshCon EU this August, William Morgan from Linkerd and I gave a joint talk entitled service mesh is still hard. …


The Register: “Ever wondered what exactly is going on in those containers? OpenTelemetry edges toward GA, emits tracing specification release candidate”

Posted on October 22, 2020

The OpenTelemetry community has taken another step toward General Availability with the first release candidate of the tracing specification. It’s quite the milestone for the project, which modestly describes itself as the second most active (behind Kubernetes, natch)…


Behind the scenes of Phippy in space

Posted on October 22, 2020 | By Citlali Tolia and Yuiza Martinez-Rivera

Adventures in Cloud-Native Recovery Guest post by Citlali Tolia and Yuiza Martinez-Rivera of Kasten When Kasten, a growing startup in the Kubernetes data management space, was looking for a fun way to educate newcomers to the quickly expanding…


For PayIt, cloud native is a ‘competitive advantage’ for getting government services online

Posted on October 20, 2020

So much of our daily lives happen online these days, and yet the average adoption rate for a digital government service is less than 20%. PayIt’s founders set out to boost that number by offering a new digital…


How to Set Up Multi-Cluster Load Balancing with GKE

Posted on October 19, 2020 | By Stephan Stipl

Guest post originally published on DoiT International’s blog by Stephan Stipl, Senior Cloud Architect at DoiT International Understand components of GCP Load Balancing and learn how to set up globally available GKE multi-cluster load balancer, step-by-step. One of…


Happy 5th Birthday to Helm!

Posted on October 19, 2020

Please join us in wishing Helm and its community a very happy 5th birthday! Helm is a popular package manager that provides an easy way to find, share, and use software built for Kubernetes. Our most recent Cloud…


Building Dynamic Machine Learning Pipelines with KubeDirector

Posted on October 19, 2020 | By Joel Baxter, Kartik Mathur, and Don Wake

KubeCon + CloudNativeCon NA Virtual sponsor guest post from Joel Baxter, Kartik Mathur, and Don Wake of HPE. Imagine that you’re a data scientist who’s been asked to create an application or service that can predict travel time…


Overcoming the challenges of cleaning up container images

Posted on October 15, 2020 | By Alexey Igrychev

Guest post originally published on wref’s blog, by Alexey Igrychev, software engineer Having lots of images residing in your container registry can become a noticeable issue while dealing with CI/CD pipelines for modern cloud-native applications delivered to Kubernetes….


InfoQ: “Q/A with Creator of Envoy and Lyft Engineer Matt Klein”

Posted on October 14, 2020

EnvoyCon 2020 is scheduled as a virtual event this week. Envoy which was the third project to graduate from CNCF behind Kubernetes and Prometheus was originally created at Lyft. It’s a high performant edge/middle/service proxy well suited for…