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CNCF fuzzing open source projects for security and reliability

Posted on April 18, 2023

By Chris Aniszczyk, Adam Korczynski, David Korczynski Introduction In this blog post we will present an overview of the state of fuzzing CNCF projects. We published a blog post on this in June 2022 titled Improving Security by…


Top 5 GitOps sessions you don’t want to miss at cdCon + GitOpsCon 2023 (May 8-9 in Vancouver)!

Posted on April 14, 2023

In modern tech stacks, CI/CD enables GitOps. With so many organizations using CD and GitOps practices and technologies to build new features quickly, reliably, and securely, it was a natural evolution for the CNCF and CD Foundation to…


Model, view, and reduce your workload carbon emission by Crane in a declarative way

Posted on March 27, 2023

Guest post by Jesse Meng and Qiming Hu, Tencent Introduction Do you know? The Arctic is so hot that you can wear short sleeves, with temperatures soaring to 32.5 degrees Celsius. Scientists say that many species have reached…


Automatically convert Grafana Dashboards from InfluxQL to PromQL with a new open source tool

Posted on March 10, 2023 | By Tamir Michaeli + Dotan Horovits

Guest post originally published on the Logz.io blog by Tamir Michaeli and Dotan Horovits Open source metrics monitoring with Prometheus, InfluxDB, and Grafana It’s monitoring time. We all collect metrics from our system and applications to monitor their…


containerd completes fuzzing audit

Posted on March 2, 2023 | By Adam Korczynski + Phil Estes

Community post by Adam Korczynski and Phil Estes The containerd project is happy to announce the completion of a comprehensive fuzzing audit which added 28 fuzzers covering a wide range of container runtime functionality. During this audit a…


Helping Go teams implement OpenTelemetry: A new approach

Posted on February 22, 2023 | By Ran Nozik

Guest post originally published on the Helios blog by Ran Nozik Developers can instrument their Go applications quickly and easily using Helios OpenTelemetry (OTel), the emerging industry standard for application observability and distributed tracing across cloud-native and distributed architectures,…


Monitoring micro-front ends on Kubernetes with NGINX

Posted on February 1, 2023 | By Benoit Schipper

Guest post by Benoit Schipper I have been working with multiple Kubernetes-like distributions for the past few years. Adopting Kubernetes brings many benefits, but also many challenges. Traditionally we have hosted web servers or proxies, such as NGINX,…


Cloud Native Computing Foundation Grows by Over 30 New Silver Members This Quarter

Posted on December 13, 2022

Foundation continues significant growth as the cloud native ecosystem matures San Francisco, CA – December 13, 2022 – The Cloud Native Computing Foundation® (CNCF®), which builds sustainable ecosystems for cloud native software, announced today that it continues considerable…


Why Sumo Logic is betting its future on OpenTelemetry

Posted on December 13, 2022 | By Melissa Sussmann

Guest post originally published on Sumo Logic’s blog by Melissa Sussmann When teams collect data without full observability of what others on the team can see, it becomes clear that no one’s picture is truly accurate. In this…


Code of Conduct Transparency Report

Posted on December 12, 2022

This report summarizes CoC incidents reported to or resolved by the Interim CNCF Code of Conduct Committee. CoC incidents occurring in the CNCF community reported to and resolved by the Linux Foundation Events team (LF Events), or project-level…