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Kubernetes rightsizing: save money and improve performance

Posted on December 28, 2023 | By Andy Suderman

Member post originally published on Fairwinds’s blog by Andy Suderman Kubernetes rightsizing is the process you use to ensure that your Kubernetes cluster has the right amount of resources to run your workloads efficiently. K8s rightsizing includes CPU,…

ITOps Times: “Report: Kubernetes responsible for increasing cloud spend”

Posted on December 27, 2023

Companies are spending more and more on cloud services thanks to Kubernetes. A recent microsurvey from the CNCF revealed that for 49% of companies, Kubernetes was responsible for increased cloud spend.

Katalyst: A QoS-based resource management system for workload colocation on kubernetes

Posted on December 26, 2023 | By Pengcheng Tang

Member post originally published on Katalyst’s blog by Pengcheng Tang The resource usage of web applications tends to fluctuate with changes in the number of visitors, displaying noticeable tidal characteristics. To ensure stability, service providers often allocate resources…

Extending GitOps: Effortless continuous integration and deployment on Kubernetes

Posted on December 26, 2023

Member post originally published on the Amplication blog by Levi Van Noort Introduction: Over the last decade, there have been notable shifts in the process of delivering source code. One of the more recent adaptations on the deployment…

Techzine: “Kubernetes adoption is only driving up cloud costs further”

Posted on December 20, 2023

Kubernetes adoption is raising cloud costs even more than before for most organisations. More employees should be aware of their expenses, respondents to a survey by the CNCF claim.

The New Stack: “Kubernetes 1.29 ‘Mandala’ Tests Mutable Pod Resources”

Posted on December 18, 2023

In with the new and out with the old! The final version of Kubernetes for 2023 was posted last week, and this release, version 1.29, comes with several new dynamic capabilities, as well as the dispatching of a few…

Best practices for securing Kubernetes deployments

Posted on December 15, 2023 | By Sunny Bhambhani

Community post originally published on by Sunny Bhambhani Although Kubernetes is a powerful container orchestration platform, its complexity and its adoption makes it a prime target for security attacks. We’ll go over some of the best practices for…

Kubernetes 1.29: the security perspective

Posted on December 14, 2023 | By Ben Hirschberg

Member post originally published on ARMO’s blog by Ben Hirschberg, CTO & Co-founder at ARMO Kubernetes 1.29 will be the last release from the Kubernetes team for 2023. The new release has 49 enhancements, with a multitude of beta and…

Kubernetes CKA and CKAD Training & Certification now available in Amazon Marketplace

Posted on December 13, 2023

By Robert Reeves We are excited to announce our Kubernetes training and certification is now available through the AWS Marketplace, helping our community and organizations develop in-demand skills.  As this community knows, Kubernetes is now a de-facto platform…

ITOps Times: “Kubernetes 1.29 released with 11 new stable features, many more in alpha/beta”

Posted on December 13, 2023

The Kubernetes release team has announced the release of Kubernetes 1.29, which includes nearly 50 improvements.