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Silverlinings: “KubeCon: What is Kubernetes’ dynamic resource allocation, and why does it matter?”

Posted on November 8, 2023

KubeCon + CloudNativeCon North America 2023, Chicago – At KubeCon 2023, Priyanka Sharma, the Cloud Native Computing Foundation (CNCF) executive director, did the bravest thing any keynote speaker can do: She ran a live demo. As is so often the case,…

SiliconANGLE: “The role of Kubernetes in shaping the cloud and AI landscape: theCUBE’s analysis, KubeCon Day 2 kickoff”

Posted on November 8, 2023

The pulse of cloud-native innovation continued to beat on day two of the KubeCon + CloudNativeCon NA event.

The New Stack: “The 2023 State of Kubernetes in Production”

Posted on November 7, 2023

Something is too complex in the state of Kubernetes in production. This isn’t new, but in 2023, the year that’s seen the mainstreaming of platform engineering, container management’s biggest play may be flexible, but there’s still a lot of challenges around…

Kyverno expands beyond Kubernetes

Posted on November 6, 2023 | By Kyverno Maintainers

Project post by Kyverno maintainers Kyverno, the open-source policy engine originally built for Kubernetes, is pleased to announce support for non-Kubernetes workloads, by supporting policies that operate on JSON payloads.  Due to its simplicity and wide range of…

The New Stack: “Kubernetes API Gateway 1.0 Goes Live, as Maintainers Plan for the Future”

Posted on November 2, 2023

A project four years in the making, the Kubernetes Gateway API has reached production status, finally offering a standardized way to manage network traffic going in and out of Kubernetes clusters.

Introduction: a closer look at Kubernetes and Nomad

Posted on October 23, 2023 | By Rob Newsome

Guest post by Rob Newsome, Head of Product Management at In the realm of container orchestration, Kubernetes and Nomad are prominent figures, each furnishing a distinct method to container management. Kubernetes is renowned for its exhaustive features…

Announcing the Kubernetes policy based governance risk and compliance paper

Posted on October 19, 2023 | By Jim Bugwadia

Guest post by Jim Bugwadia The CNCF Kubernetes Policy Working group (WG) has just released a new paper on policy based Governance, Risk, and Compliance to help educate the community about how cloud native best practices can be…

Only one label to improve your Kubernetes security posture, with the Pod Security Admission (PSA) — just do it!

Posted on October 12, 2023

Community post originally published on Medium by Mathieu Benoit In Kubernetes 1.25 as stable (and since 1.23 as beta), the Pod Security admission (PSA) controller replaces PodSecurityPolicy (PSP), making it easier to enforce predefined Pod Security Standards (PSS) by simply adding a label to…

Kubernetes secure development best practices in action

Posted on October 11, 2023 | By Saylor Berman and Ciara Stacke

Guest post by Saylor Berman, Senior Software Engineer, F5 NGINX and Ciara Stacke, Senior Software Engineer, F5 NGINX Using minimal Docker containers is a popular strategy in the world of containerization due to benefits of security and resource…

KCD Washington DC rolls for a third year: a celebration of Kubernetes community and collaboration

Posted on October 10, 2023

By Matthew Cascio, lead organizer, KCD Washington DC *Kubernetes Community Days Washington DC* (KCD DC) recently celebrated its third consecutive year with great success, leaving attendees inspired and the Kubernetes community buzzing with energy. For the second year…