What is infrastructure from code?
Cloud Native Computing Foundation Blog
by Jessie
5d ago
Member post originally published on AppCD’s blog by Lauren Rother Maybe you’ve heard of Infrastructure as Code (IaC), which is the process of managing and provisioning computer data center resources (mostly but not entirely in the cloud) through version-controlled, machine-readable definition files (or configurations), rather than via manual hardware configuration or web consoles at the source. But what is Infrastructure from Code (IfC)? Throughout this post, we’ll talk through what IfC means, how different implementations of it work, and how it differs from IaC. What is Infrastruct ..read more
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Cloud Native Computing Foundation Announces Trend Micro has Doubled Down on Cloud Native with Gold Membership Upgrade 
Cloud Native Computing Foundation Blog
by Jessie
5d ago
Global leader in cybersecurity deepens investment in cloud native to drive innovation for end users  SAN FRANCISCO, CA – April 10, 2024 – The Cloud Native Computing Foundation® (CNCF®), which builds sustainable ecosystems for cloud native software, today announced that Trend Micro upgraded its membership to Gold. This move marks a significant enhancement in the collaborative efforts by Trend Micro toward advancing cloud native technologies and security practices, reflecting a commitment to innovation and customer success in the cloud domain. Fueled by decades of security expertise, global ..read more
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K8s Benchmark Report: are organizations meeting NSA hardening checks?
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by Jessie
6d ago
Member post originally published on Fairwinds’s blog by Joe Pelletier The National Security Agency (NSA) and the Cybersecurity and Infrastructure Security Agency (CISA) continue to update their Kubernetes hardening guidance, making recommendations to help organizations ensure they are hardening their Kubernetes clusters. This strong defense-in-depth approach helps organizations ensure that when an attacker compromises a cluster, the blast radius is as small as possible. At a high level, the guide makes the following recommendations for hardening Kubernetes: Scan conta ..read more
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Applicability of Open Policy Agent (OPA) in telecom domain
Cloud Native Computing Foundation Blog
by Jessie
1w ago
Member post by Rakesh Girija Ramesan Nair, Senior Technology Architect, and Sherni Liz Samuel, Technology Architect, Infosys Limited Abstract: This blog brings forth the key focus areas & challenges in the Telecom domain related to policies and how that can be addressed with Open Policy Agent (OPA), a graduated project in the Cloud Native Computing Foundation (CNCF) landscape. Further, it showcases practical examples on how similar issues have been addressed with OPA & key observations while doing the same. Introduction Digital transformation has been a key focus area for Telco, and th ..read more
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Membership change source code interpretation
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by Jessie
1w ago
Member post originally published on Medium by DatenLord Background In distributed system application scenarios, it is inevitable to add or delete nodes or replace nodes, the simplest solution is to temporarily shut down the cluster, then directly modify the configuration file to add new nodes, and then restart the cluster after the completion of the process. This indeed can achieve our purpose, but its problems are also very obvious. During the period of change, the cluster is not available, which is unacceptable to the system that requires high availability. The manual process can cause other ..read more
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Elevating system resilience: leveraging LitmusChaos and Backstage integration
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by Jessie
2w ago
Project post by Namkyu Park, Maintainer of LitmusChaos (LinkedIn | GitHub) This blog post provides step-by-step instructions for injecting chaos using LitmusChaos and managing it with Backstage. Table of Contents Chaos Engineering, LitmusChaos, and Backstage Pre-Requisites What does our demo consist of? Demo environment Injecting chaos using LitmusChaos Manage LitmusChaos stuff in Backstage Summary Chaos Engineering, LitmusChaos, and Backstage As cloud-native technologies, including Kubernetes, become more sophisticated, more components make up an application. Does your system have ..read more
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Generating Kubernetes ValidatingAdmissionPolicies from Kyverno policies
Cloud Native Computing Foundation Blog
by Jessie
2w ago
Project post originally published on Kyverno’s blog by Mariam Fahmy In the previous blog post, we discussed writing Common Expression Language (CEL) expressions in Kyverno policies for resource validation. CEL was first introduced to Kubernetes for the Validation rules for CustomResourceDefinitions, and then it was used by Kubernetes ValidatingAdmissionPolicies in 1.26. ValidatingAdmissionPolicies offer a declarative, in-process alternative to validating admission webhooks. ValidatingAdmissionPolicies use the Common Expression Language (CEL) to declare the validation rules of a ..read more
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The KCD Italy 2024 logo: a slice of cloud native harmony
Cloud Native Computing Foundation Blog
by Jessie
2w ago
 KCD post by the KCD Italy Team The Call for Harmonization The Kubernetes Community Days (KCD) Italy, a vibrant event supported by the CNCF, is back with a fresh twist. In 2024, the CNCF and the Linux Foundation required an effort to harmonize all KCDs logos globally. This is an article meant to tell about the results of how this challenging process led to a harmonious blend of tradition and global alignment. Let’s explore the reasons behind this transformation, the logo’s history, and why maintaining a consistent brand identity remains paramount. KCD Italy is one among many, just an exam ..read more
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The 2024 trends on cloud computing by Kelsey Hightower and Alex Saroyan
Cloud Native Computing Foundation Blog
by Jessie
2w ago
Member post originally published on Netris’s blog Public clouds have basically become identical. Most companies are paying way more for cloud infrastructure than they should. In a nutshell, these statements summarize the key takeaways about the state of cloud computing from the Netris roundtable discussion that Kelsey Hightower recently led. But pithy summaries hardly do justice to the insights that Hightower and other attendees shared during the event – so, for the sake of those who weren’t able to attend live, we’d like to unpack the cloud computing trends that we explore ..read more
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Missed KubeCon + CloudNativeCon Europe 2024? Here’s everything you need to know
Cloud Native Computing Foundation Blog
by Jessie
2w ago
Over 12,000 people joined us in Paris for KubeCon + CloudNativeCon Europe 2024 and while we talked about everything from artificial intelligence to sustainable computing, the biggest takeaway was the incredible power of community. The community made Kubernetes and the cloud native movement happen, and that same community is now driving adoption of AI, platform engineering, and even “greener” computing initiatives.  Read on for a day-by-day look at the highlights (and if you’d rather watch the presentations, the videos are on our YouTube channel.) Co-located events The co-located events at ..read more
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