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Happy developers: Navigators of the data age

Posted on May 18, 2020

Guest post originally published on the Rookout blog by Or Weis In the age of discovery, navigators changed the world. Their unique skills won them fame, riches, and glory, as well as the ears and support of kings…

What if it was a software bug/virus? Cyber vs. COVID-19: A thought experiment

Posted on April 20, 2020

Originally published on the Rookout blog by Or Weis, CEO and Co-Founder of Rookout The metaphor of software viruses to biological ones is deeply ingrained, easily seen in the fact that biological viruses are at least the namesake, if not…

TOC votes to move Dragonfly into CNCF incubator

Posted on April 9, 2020

Today, the CNCF Technical Oversight Committee (TOC) voted to accept Dragonfly as an incubation-level hosted project. Dragonfly, which was accepted into the CNCF Sandbox in October 2018, is an open source, cloud native image and file distribution system….

TOC welcomes Argo into the CNCF incubator

Posted on April 7, 2020

Today, the CNCF Technical Oversight Committee (TOC) voted to accept Argo as an incubation-level hosted project. The Argo Project is a set of Kubernetes-native tools for running and managing jobs and applications on Kubernetes. Argo was created in 2017 at…

Deployment Bottlenecks and how to tame them

Posted on March 23, 2020

Guest post originally published on by Liran Haimovtich is the Co-Founder and CTO of Rookout If you take a long hard look at the DevOps movement, you will find it actually divides neatly into two sub-movements. The…

Is IT suffocating your organization? Here’s how to get your contextual data pipelines right

Posted on March 13, 2020

Guest post originally published on the Rookout blog by Or Weis In a modern organization, the dependency on constant data flow doesn’t skip a single role — already encompassing every function in R&D, Sales, Marketing, BI, and Product. Essentially every…

CNCF joins Google Summer of Code 2020!

Posted on March 9, 2020 | By Ihor Dvoretskyi

We are excited to announce that Cloud Native Computing Foundation is participating in Google Summer of Code (GSoC) 2020, one of the most popular programs for new contributors in the world of open source development. Already in 2017,…

Logging FOMO is real and it hurts. Here’s how to overcome it

Posted on February 28, 2020

Guest post originally published on the Rookout blog by Liran Haimovich In an ideal world, developers would not need to waste precious time writing countless log lines along with every few lines of code they create. We would…

Posted on February 6, 2020

从 Netflix 到 Fox Sports,再到 Vice,诸多知名的视频与影片内容创作者都在使用 平台实现云观看和多团队协作。 就客户关心的保密性问题,公司在2014年程序上线之初,就对其安全性和可靠性做出承诺,而这一切都要归功于云原生技术。 2017年,Abhinav Srivastava 加入公司、担任副总裁兼信息安全和基础设施主管后,就开始着手为 视频云创建绝对可靠的安全程序。视频云搭建在 AWS 上,最为关键的组件是 ML/AI 异常检测系统外围基于签名的网络应用防火墙,借以筛除恶意请求。 的全部工作负载都在 Docker 容器中完成;高峰期30万个容器同时运行,处理网络请求或完成视频转码,时间跨度从数秒到数小时不等。“一个小时之内,我们就能完成10天的工作量,因为多个容器同时在运行,” Srivastava 说,“容器上线,火力全开。容器内,我们需要 100% 的可见度,我们要保证它们的安全。我们开始研究入侵检测和容器安全工具,这时我们发现了 Falco。” Falco 是保证容器原生运行时间安全的开源项目,貌似非常适合。“Falco 搭建简便,规则却非常有效,”他说:“制定自己的规则之后,架构扩展非常简单。我们想要的正是这些。” 要最大化利用 Falco,鉴于 的特殊需求,团队“进行了整个微调过程,” Srivastava 说,“我们使用 Falco 的原始数据,在…

How built a full security program around its video cloud with Falco

Posted on February 6, 2020

From Netflix to Fox Sports and Vice, some of the most prominent creators of video and film content use the platform for cloud-based review and collaboration across multiple teams. Given the confidentiality concerns faced by customers, the…