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Aligning certifications to Kubernetes support windows 

Posted on March 1, 2024

Starting on April 1, our Kubernetes training and certification exams will move from a 36-month certification period to a 24-month certification period. This includes CKA, CKAD, KCNA,  KCSA, PCA, ICA, CCA, CAPA, and CGOA CNCF exams.  Why the…

The Kubernetes cost features you need in 2024

Posted on February 29, 2024 | By Andy Suderman

Member post originally published on Fairwinds’ blog by Andy Suderman In the rapidly evolving Kubernetes ecosystem, managing costs effectively is as critical as ensuring operational efficiency. To make the most of your shift to cloud native technologies in…

Flagger vs Argo rollouts vs service meshes: a guide to progressive delivery in Kubernetes

Posted on February 27, 2024 | By Scott Rigby

Member post originally published on Bouyant’s blog by Scott Rigby Progressive delivery is a vital tool for ensuring that new code is deployed safely to production with automated protections if things go wrong. But how do we accomplish…

Maturing Istio Ambient: compatibility across various Kubernetes providers and CNIs

Posted on February 20, 2024

Project post originally published on Istio’s blog by Ben Leggett, Yuval Kohavi, and Lin Sun An innovative traffic redirection mechanism between workload pods and ztunnel. The Istio project announced ambient mesh – its new sidecar-less dataplane mode in 2022, and released…

Cloud Native Now: “CNCF Advances Strimzi Operator for Kafka on Kubernetes”

Posted on February 8, 2024

The Cloud Native Computing Foundation (CNCF) announced today that Strimzi, an open source project that provides an Operator that enables IT teams to declaratively deploy Apache Kafka messaging software on Kubernetes clusters, has become an incubation-level project.

Autoscaling simplified: how to scale your applications in Kubernetes

Posted on February 5, 2024 | By Kamal Acharya

Member post originally published on Devtron’s blog by Kamal Acharya TL;DR: In containerized environments where application are broken down into smaller, manageable components autoscaling plays the vital role in optimising performance, resource utilisation and provides a seamless experience…

2024 Kubernetes Benchmark Report: the latest analysis of Kubernetes workloads

Posted on January 26, 2024

Member post originally published on Fairwinds’ blog by Joe Pelletier Kubernetes adoption continues to grow, enabling organizations to automate the deployment, management, and scaling of containerized applications. As it does, DevOps, platform engineering, and development teams are looking more…

Kubernetes and beyond: a year-end reflection with Kelsey Hightower

Posted on January 22, 2024

Ambassador post originally published on’s blog by Dotan Horovits With 2023 drawing to a close, the final OpenObservability Talks of the year focused on what happened this year in open source, DevOps, observability and more, with an…

Top four Kubernetes attack chains and how to break them 

Posted on January 4, 2024 | By Oshrat Nir

Member post originally published on ARMO’s blog by Oshrat Nir, Developer Advocate at ARMO While Kubernetes adoption continues to soar, it has become a prime target for cyberattacks. Unfortunately, Kubernetes clusters are complex and can be difficult to secure….

ITOps Times: “Kubecost 2.0 launched with Kubernetes network monitoring, cost center reporting, and more”

Posted on January 1, 2024

The Kubecost 2.0 update brings new tools and features aimed at simplifying and improving the management of Kubernetes-related cloud costs, especially for large enterprises and in complex, multi-cloud settings. Kubecost is a cloud-agnostic tool for Kubernetes cost monitoring…