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Introducing Policy As Code: The Open Policy Agent (OPA)

Posted on August 13, 2020 | By Mohamed Ahmed

Guest post originally published on the Magalix blog by Mohamed Ahmed What Is OPA? It’s a project that started in 2016 aimed at unifying policy enforcement across different technologies and systems. Today, OPA is used by giant players within the…


21 CNCF interns graduate from the Q2 2020 Linux Foundation CommunityBridge Program

Posted on August 13, 2020

In our biggest class yet, 21 CNCF interns have successfully passed the CommunityBridge program! 14 CNCF Graduated, Incubating and Sandbox projects participated in the program this quarter including CoreDNS, Envoy, Kubernetes, Linkerd, Prometheus and more. CommunityBridge was created…


Using DRBD block devices for KubeVirt

Posted on August 12, 2020

Guest post originally published on the LINBIT blog by Roland Kammerer This demonstrates how to use DRBD block devices provisioned by the LINSTOR CSI driver. We assume that the CSI driver is working (e.g., by installing it via it operator/helm…


CNCF Project Envoy enables Arm64 CI using Azure Pipelines on AWS Graviton2

Posted on August 12, 2020

By Envoy Contributors: Kushal Koolwal (Arm), Jingzhao Ni (Arm), Matt Klein (Envoy/CNCF), Lizan Zhou (Tetrate) Software applications are being created and rewritten with a “cloud-native first” mindset, leveraging principles of containerization and its orchestration, microservices, and delivering them…


ContainerJournal: "The CNCF etcd project reaches a significant milestone with completion of security audit"

Posted on August 5, 2020

This week, a third-party security audit was published on etcd, the open source distributed key-value store that plays a crucial role in scaling Kubernetes in the cloud. For etcd, this audit was important in multiple ways. The audit…


Open sourcing the etcd Security Audit

Posted on August 5, 2020

Guest post from Sahdev Zala and Xiang Li, maintainers for etcd We are proud to announce that the etcd team has successfully completed a 3rd party security audit for the etcd latest major release 3.4. The third party…


A guide to untangling the CNCF cross-community relationships

Posted on August 4, 2020

Guest post from Diane Mueller, Director of Community Development at Red Hat The adoption of CNCF technology and continuous growth in terms of projects, contributors, and end users has created one of the most active, dynamic open source ecosystems…


How to avoid the 503 error!

Posted on July 29, 2020

Guest post originally published on the Cuemby blog  How to avoid the 503 error! The dreaded 503 Service Unavailable error is an HTTP status code that technically means the web site’s server is simply not available at this time. Usually, it…


Open application model: carving building blocks for platforms

Posted on July 24, 2020

Guest Post from Andy Shi, developer advocate for Alibaba Cloud As a platform engineer, I often feel like a sandwich: Being squashed between the customer and the underlying infrastructure. The complaint I get most from users is about…


Conftest joins the Open Policy Agent project

Posted on July 23, 2020

Guest post from Gareth Rushgrove, maintainer of the Open Policy Agent project Today the Open Policy Agent maintainers are happy to announce that Conftest has formally joined the project. A bit of history Conftest is a command line…