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Kubestronaut in Orbit: Peter Barczi

Posted on July 5, 2024

Get to know Peter Barczi Peter, one of our first Kubestronauts, has been working with Kubernetes only since 2021 but has still managed to pass all of CNCF’s Kubernetes certifications. He’s currently the Sr. DevOps Engineer / TechLead…


Kubestronaut in Orbit: Khushboo Khatter

Posted on June 7, 2024

Get to know Khushboo Khushboo Khatter is an IT professional with over 8 years of experience and 6 of those working with Kubernetes. She has a passion for cloud technologies and enjoys exploring cutting-edge CNCF tools. She has…


werf 2.0 with Nelm, and what it brings to the cloud native community

Posted on June 5, 2024

Member post originally published on the Palark blog by Dmitry Shurupov, editor-in-chief, Palark In the recent werf v2.0 release, the CI/CD solution has unveiled a new deployment engine called Nelm. It has replaced Helm while retaining backward compatibility and introducing new prominent features….


Kubestronaut in Orbit: Yongkang He

Posted on May 23, 2024

Get to know Yongkang Yongkang is one of our first Kubestronauts and is based in Singapore and supports a company in the Asia Pacific. He’s shifted his focus to cloud native technologies and is now fully certified on…


Platform engineering at KubeCon + CloudNativeCon Europe 2024 – a recap

Posted on May 17, 2024 | By Atulpriya Sharma

Community post originally published on TAG App Delivery’s blog by Atulpriya Sharma Exactly a month ago, Kubernetes users and experts gathered in the City of Lights, Paris, for KubeCon’s Europe edition. With over 12,000 in-person attendees, this KubeCon was…


Announcing LitmusChaosCon 2024!

Posted on May 14, 2024

Community post by Prithvi-Raj, LitmusChaos Community Leader, CNCF Ambassador The LitmusChaos community is excited to announce the inaugural edition of its community conference, the LitmusChaosCon 2024, a one-day virtual-only conference on all things LitmusChaos and Chaos Engineering scheduled…


Fivefold slower compared to Go? Optimizing Rust’s protobuf decoding performance

Posted on May 9, 2024

Member post originally published on the Greptime blog by Lei When optimizing the write performance of GreptimeDB v0.7, we found that the time spent on parsing Protobuf data with the Prometheus protocol was nearly five times longer than…


A recap: KubeCon + CloudNativeCon Europe 2024

Posted on April 23, 2024 | By Ryan Gough + Majid Attar

Community post originally published on Medium by Ryan Gough and Majid Attar This year, we (JYSK tech) took to Paris to attend KubeCon + CloudNativeCon Europe 2024. After three days of talks, networking and workshops. We put together…


KubeCon + CloudNativeCon 2024 recap: highlights and takeaways

Posted on April 19, 2024

Community post originally published on Medium by Maryam Tavakkoli This year, I had the opportunity to attend KubeCon + CloudNativeCon Europe in Paris. While this marked my second in-person KubeCon attendance, it was my first experience as an…


The New Stack: “Why Flux Isn’t Dying after Weaveworks”

Posted on April 8, 2024

PARIS — Flux is not dying. The future of Flux as a leading open source GitOps platform for Kubernetes may have been in question among some following Weaveworks ending operations. But for those familiar with the project, there has been little concern about Flux’s future life.