Topic: cncf

ITOps Times news digest: Amazon FXs for Lustre beta, Citrix vulnerability discovered, and Falco security audit results

Amazon has announced a beta release of Amazon FSx for Lustre CSI driver on Amazon EKS. Amazon FSx for Lustre is a fully-managed and optimized file system for workloads like machine learning, high performance computing, video processing, financial modeling, electronic design automation, and analytics. According to Amazon, this driver will make it easier to configure … continue reading

The Update Framework becomes first security project to graduate CNCF

The Update Framework (TUF) has become the first specification and first security-focused project to graduate the Cloud Native Computing Foundation (CNCF). It was accepted as a CNCF project in 2017 and has become the industry’s “de facto standard” for securing software update systems, according to the foundation. “We designed TUF so that an organization does … continue reading

Problems and solutions of monitoring your Kubernetes Operators

For me, the most important thing monitoring can provide is the ability to see what is happening inside your clusters–be it the state of the workload, or the status of the applications–is significant and should not be a day two concern. Good information on your clusters allows you to react quickly to misconfigured deployed applications, … continue reading

KubeCon Day 3: Kubernetes Community Days, Chronosphere announces tracing capabilities, and Pivotal Application Service on Kubernetes

KubeCon is in full swing with companies continuing to announce new features and solutions dedicated to the Kubernetes ecosystem.  Here are some more highlights from the week: CNCF announced Kubernetes Community Days The Cloud Native Computing Foundation (CNCF) has announced Kubernetes Community Days. These are community-organized events that will bring together technologists to learn, collaborate, … continue reading

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ITOps Times news digest: Rancher Labs project joins CNCF, Moogsoft Express released, and Kontena Lens 2.3

Rancher Labs has announced that the CNCF has accepted its Longhorn project into the CNCF Sandbox. Longhorn is a container storage solution that helps teams manage stateful workloads in Kubernetes. Longhorn is currently on version 0.6.2 and its key capabilities include enterprise-grade distributed block storage, volume snapshots, built-in backup and restore, live upgrades that don’t … continue reading

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CloudEvents moves to the CNCF Incubator

The Cloud Native Computing Foundation has announced that the open source specification CloudEvents has reached version 1.0. The specification has been approved by the CNCF Technical Oversight Committee to move into the CNCF Incubator. CloudEvents is a specification for describing event data in a common form. It was first accepted to the CNCF as a … continue reading

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ITOps Times Open-Source Project of the Week: Envoy

The Cloud Native Computing Foundation (CNCF) is releasing its second Project Journey Report for the graduated project: Envoy, a network proxy that was designed by Lyft and released as open source in 2016.  Its first Project Journey Report was for Kubernetes, which was also the first project to graduate from the CNCF.  Envoy is typically … continue reading

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CNCF: Kubernetes code diversity indicates a healthy community

It should come as no surprise that Kubernetes has skyrocketed in popularity. Since joining the Cloud Native Computing Foundation (CNCF), the project has seen widespread adoption and it seems to be all anyone can talk about in the industry. Since it joined the CNCF, the number of companies actively contributing to Kubernetes has grown 2,000 … continue reading

IT Ops Times news digest: CNCF archives rkt, Rancher Labs Platinum Partner Program, and Singularity Enterprise

The Cloud Native Computing Foundation (CNCF) announced it has voted to archive the rkt project. The project is an application container engine that was developed by CoreOS for cloud-native environments. According to the CNCF, while rkt was popular when it was created in December 2014, user adoption has severely declined.  CNCF hosts other container runtime … continue reading

CNCF TOC approves the creation of security and storage Special Interest Groups

The Cloud Native Computing Foundation (CNCF) is adding security and storage to its list of Special Interest Groups (SIGs). The groups are designed to set up focus areas for experts and contributors. Earlier this year, the CNCF’s Technical Oversight Committee (TOC) voted to approve the creation of SIGs. Currently there are several SIGs being worked … continue reading

Kubernetes celebrates its fifth birthday, reflecting on its massive growth

The popular container orchestration tool Kubernetes is celebrating its fifth birthday today. It was first introduced by Google in June 2014, and it didn’t take long for others to see the potential of the tool. By August 2014, major companies such as Microsoft, Red Hat, IBM, Docker, and CoreOS had joined the Kubernetes community. “Kubernetes … continue reading

Fluentd graduates from the Cloud Native Computing Foundation

The Cloud Native Computing Foundation (CNCF), which sustains open source technologies like Kubernetes and Prometheus, today announced that Fluentd is its sixth project to graduate, following Kubernetes, Prometheus, Envoy, CoreDNS and containerd. To move from the maturity level of incubation to graduation, projects must demonstrate thriving adoption, a documented, structured governance process, and a strong commitment to community … continue reading

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