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Chaos engineering with LitmusChaos: October 2022 update
Guest post by LitmusChaos’ maintainers After an amazing KubeCon North America 2022 in Detroit, MI, the LitmusChaos community has a lot to share and is back with another edition of monthly updates from the LitmusChaos community. With the… ⌘ Read more

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DevOps: Why it is misunderstood & what it always should have been
Guest post originally published on the Elastisys blog by the Elastisys team DevOps is a cultural movement that has brought a lot of much-needed agility to software development. But it is also… ⌘ Read more

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Integration challenges in microservices architecture with gRPC & REST
Guest post by Rakesh Girija Ramesan Nair, Senior Technology Architect with Infosys Limited, and Gourishankar ValsalakumariNeelakantapillai, Technology Lead with Infosys Limited Abstract: This blog is envisaged to explain the integration challenges that… ⌘ Read more

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CNCF Sees Record Kubernetes and Container Adoption in 2021 Cloud Native Survey
Record number of organizations are using or evaluating Kubernetes as the technology goes mainstream and users start to move up the stack SAN FRANCISCO, Calif. – February 10, 2022 – The Cloud… ⌘ Read more

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Logstash, Fluentd, Fluent Bit, or Vector? How to choose the right open-source log collector
Guest post originally published on ERA Software’s blog by Stela Udovicic In this blog, we’ll discuss the most popular log collectors, including Logstash, Fluentd, Fluent Bit, and Vector. Whether you already use… ⌘ Read more

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LFX Spring 2022 Internships are open – Apply for CNCF projects by February 13th! 
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… ⌘ Read more

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Salt came to Linkerd for load balancing, stayed for efficiency, reliability & performance 
Salt Security is tackling the security challenges of today’s API-dependent applications. API requests can represent tens of thousands of opportunities per second for attacks or PII exposure. To combat these risks, Salt… ⌘ Read more

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Why You Need An API Gateway To Manage Access To Your APIs
Guest post originally published on Snapt’s blog by Armand Sultantono More and more organizations are moving to an API-driven architecture. This powerful approach helps them innovate quickly, integrate with best-of-breed external services,… ⌘ Read more

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How to select a Network Gateway for your Private Cloud
Guest post originally published on Netris’ blog by Alex Saroyan Let’s be honest, nobody wants to deal with networking, but we can’t serve our applications without investing time and money in developing a… ⌘ Read more

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WasmEdge and OpenYurt bring cloud computing to the edge
Guest post by Vivian Hu and Michael Yuan from Second State with the help from Chen Jin from the OpenYurt project. Edge computing is a distributed application architecture that places computational resources… ⌘ Read more

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Experience as an LFX Mentee for Chaos Mesh
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… ⌘ Read more

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Envoy Fundamentals, a training course to enable faster adoption of Envoy Proxy
Guest post by Tetrate Envoy Proxy, an open-source edge and service proxy, is a vital part of today’s modern, cloud-native application and is used in production by large companies like Booking.com, Pinterest,… ⌘ Read more

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CNCF-cultivated OpenMetrics becomes an incubating project
The CNCF Technical Oversight Committee (TOC) has voted to accept OpenMetrics as a CNCF incubating project.  OpenMetrics creates an open standard for transmitting cloud-native metrics at scale. It acts as an open… ⌘ Read more

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Securing cloud native comms: from ingress to service mesh and beyond
Guest post originally published on Ambassador Labs’ blog by Jason Morgan As developers and operators, we all know the importance of securing data both in transit and at rest. However, hardly a… ⌘ Read more

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The Cost of a Kubernetes Repair in Development vs. Production
Guest post by Sarah Geisenger, Sales Engineer at Fairwinds One of the main benefits known about Kubernetes is the platform’s ability to increase the speed of development. By using microservices and containers,… ⌘ Read more

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