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Learn OpenTelemetry tracing with this lightweight microservices demo

Posted on April 4, 2022 | By Ramon Guiu and John Pruitt

Guest post originally published in the Timescale Blog by Ramon Guiu and John Pruitt OpenTelemetry is an open source observability framework for cloud-native service and infrastructure instrumentation hosted by the Cloud Native Computing Foundation (CNCF). It has gained a lot…


Configuring OpenTelemetry in Ruby

Posted on March 29, 2022

Guest post by Scout APM OpenTelemetry is enabling a revolution in how Observability data is collected and transmitted. See our What Is OpenTelemetry post on why this is an important inflection point in the Observability space. In this…


Leveraging Kubernetes to run databases, message queues and in-memory caches: How we built a truly portable platform

Posted on March 23, 2022

Guest post originally published on the Elastisys blog by the Elastisys team We increasingly meet CTOs and cloud architects in need of a secure platform that can run on multiple clouds or on-premise to meet customer requirements. A…


An introduction to metrics monitoring with Fluent Bit and M3DB

Posted on March 21, 2022

Guest post originally published on Chronosphere’s blog by Gibbs Cullen This blog is primarily a recap of the workshop led by Anurag Gupta, co-founder of Calyptia and Fluent maintainer, and myself at FluentCon North America 2021 titled “Hands on Workshop: Getting Started With…


68 New Members Join the Cloud Native Computing Foundation

Posted on March 8, 2022

Steady growth sees CNCF hit over 775 members, joining together to enable innovation across industries through open source cloud native technology adoption SAN FRANCISCO, Calif. – March 8, 2022 – The Cloud Native Computing Foundation® (CNCF®), which builds…


Announcing Krius – accelerating your monitoring adoption for Kubernetes

Posted on February 16, 2022 | By Yachika Ralhan

Guest post originally published on InfraCloud’s blog by Yachika Ralhan We’re thrilled to share our newest OSS project ‘Krius’ with the cloud native community! Krius is a CLI tool to manage Prometheus, Thanos & friends across multiple clusters easily for…


LFX Spring 2022 Mentorships are open – Apply for CNCF projects by February 13th!

Posted on February 9, 2022 | By Ihor Dvoretskyi

By Ihor Dvoretskyi, Senior Developer Advocate, CNCF For the fourth year in a row, CNCF will be participating in LFX with a record-breaking 42 project ideas available to mentees. LFX is a platform that enables organizations to offer…


Experience as an LFX Mentee for Chaos Mesh

Posted on February 4, 2022 | By Chunxu Zhang

Mentorship guest post by Chunxu Zhang I am a graduate student studying software engineering at Nanjing University. My research focuses on DevOps, which has intrinsic connections with chaos engineering and observability. To get involved in the open-source community,…


Chaos Mesh + SkyWalking: better observability for chaos engineering

Posted on January 31, 2022 | By Ningxuan Wang

Guest post originally published on the PingCAP blog by Ningxuan Wang Chaos Mesh is an open-source cloud-native chaos engineering platform. You can use Chaos Mesh to conveniently inject failures and simulate abnormalities that might occur in reality, so you can identify…


Cloud native observability and security analytics with SysFlow and Falco

Posted on January 14, 2022 | By Frederico Araujo and Teryl Taylor

Guest post originally published on Falco’s blog by Frederico Araujo and Teryl Taylor, IBM Research Hello, fellow Falcoers! This blog introduces you to a new open system telemetry format and project called SysFlow. The project has deep ties to Falco,…