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Why large engineering teams are testing on Kubernetes

Posted on June 16, 2023

Guest post originally published on the Signadot blog by Nica Mellifera  Introduction In the last few years we’ve seen development teams move away from purely local development, and a more cloud-based developer environment. The goal is increased development…

Optimized Kubernetes cluster architecture: considerations and best practices

Posted on June 15, 2023 | By Rotem Refael

Guest post originally published on the ARMO blog by Rotem Refael, Director of Engineering, ARMO Kubernetes is a powerful platform for managing containerized applications at scale, but configuring a Kubernetes cluster can be complex and challenging. In this…

Version after version; how the open source project Kubernetes releases its software

Posted on June 14, 2023 | By Leonard Pahlke

Guest post by Leonard Pahlke, CNCF Ambassador & Chair TAG Environmental Sustainability In this article, we look at how the open source project Kubernetes manages its software releases. By exploring the established and evolved community structures, this discussion…

Tuning EMQX to scale to one million concurrent connections on Kubernetes

Posted on June 13, 2023 | By Burhan and Tushar

Guest post originally published on InfraCloud’s blog by Burhan (SRE) and Tushar (Sr. SRE) at InfraCloud Technologies When building an IoT-based service, we need to implement a messaging mechanism that transmits data collected by the IoT devices to…

Introducing Kubernetes Community Days Australia!

Posted on June 8, 2023

Community post originally published on Medium by Brad McCoy Kubernetes Community Day (KCD) Australia 2023 is a community-organized tech conference that gathers adopters and technologists from open-source and cloud-native communities for the purpose of education, collaboration, and networking….

CloudPro: “Is the Kubernetes security deficit widening?”

Posted on June 2, 2023

Kubernetes and containerization are surging in popularity but organizations are worrying over unaddressed cyber security risks

Building a Kubernetes platform: how and why to apply governance and policy

Posted on May 29, 2023 | By Andy Suderman

Guest post originally published on Fairwinds’s blog by Andy Suderman A Platform, sometimes called an “internal developer platform,” is a unified infrastructure that allows development teams in a company to deliver applications rapidly and consistently. Out of the…

Modernize legacy applications to Kubernetes at scale

Posted on May 23, 2023 | By Savitha Raghunathan and John Matthews

Guest post by Savitha Raghunathan, Senior Software Engineer at Red Hat and John Matthews, Senior Principal Software Engineer at Red Hat Konveyor 0.1 is now available to help modernize legacy Java applications to Kubernetes. The Konveyor team is…

KubeCon Europe 2023 highlights Kubernetes explosion and need for instant platform engineering

Posted on May 8, 2023 | By Michael Neubarth

Guest post originally published on D2iQ’s blog by Michael Neubarth The CNCF’s flagship KubeCon Europe 2023 conference in Amsterdam last week was a vibrant sold-out affair that drew more than 10,000 attendees, 58% of whom were new to…

Kyverno — verify Kubernetes control plane images

Posted on May 1, 2023 | By Charles-Edouard Brétéché

Guest post originally published on Medium by Charles-Edouard Brétéché In this story we are going to deploy a local Kubernetes cluster using kind, then we will deploy Kyverno and use it to verify Kubernetes control plane images signature. What is Kyverno ? Kyverno is an open-source policy engine for Kubernetes that allows you to…