Organising the first KCD Hyderabad – my amazing experience
Cloud Native Computing Foundation Blog
by Jessie
13h ago
KCD post originally published on Social Maharaj by Atulpriya Sharma Being a food and travel blogger, I often attend a lot of food meet-ups where I get to experience different dishes and meet new people as well. But did you know there are a lot of tech events too? Yes, if you asked me a couple of years ago, I would have stared at you like a wall. But today, things are different.  Looking at the cloud native landscape, there are a lot of local, regional, national and international conferences and meet-ups that are organised. Locally, we have CNCF Hyderabad meet-ups that ..read more
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Unlocking the power of ephemeral environments with Devtron
Cloud Native Computing Foundation Blog
by Jessie
4d ago
Member post originally published on Devtron’s blog by Abhinav Dubey TL;DR: The blog talks about how ephemeral environments with Devtron become much easier, reducing the complexities, automating the process, and optimizing infra cost. In the world of software development, ephemeral environments are temporary setups that serve specific purposes, such as testing or staging new features. These environments are short-lived, designed to exist only for the duration of their use case—like testing a feature branch—before being dismantled. Ephemeral environments contrast with traditional stati ..read more
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Now what? Kubernetes troubleshooting with AI?
Cloud Native Computing Foundation Blog
by Jessie
4d ago
Ambassador post originally published on Medium by Emin Alemdar We all know that Kubernetes troubleshooting is difficult and it can get pretty complex from time to time. We can easily get lost in the logs, jumping between pods, searching through events and what have you. Most importantly, finding a meaningful explanation can be an extremely huge problem because not all of the logs are easily understandable. We also have to accept that it is time consuming. Of course we can use an external observability tool or even an observability stack with all of the components but still not all of the outpu ..read more
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SQL simplifies TSDB – how to migrate from InfluxQL to SQL
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by Jessie
5d ago
Member post originally published on Greptime’s blog by tison This article introduced the differences between InfluxQL, Flux, and SQL as query languages. SQL is a more common and general language for querying time series data, making migrating from InfluxQL to SQL a growing trend. GreptimeDB uses SQL as its primary query language. Once users ingest data into GreptimeDB via the InfluxDB line protocol or other APIs, a common question arises: how can I analyze the data ingested? Specifically, how can existing InfluxQL queries be migrated to SQL queries? To address the question above, this article ..read more
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WebAssembly components: the next wave of cloud native computing 
Cloud Native Computing Foundation Blog
by Jessie
5d ago
Member post by Liam Randall, Cosmonic CEO and CNCF Ambassador and Bailey Hayes, Cosmonic CTO, Bytecode Alliance TSC director, and WASI SG co-chair The advent of containers marked an inflection point for computing in the 21st century—a paradigm shift (per Thomas Kuhn) that gave rise to the entire cloud native landscape. In 2024, the arrival of WebAssembly components represents a new inflection point, and the next paradigm shift is already underway. Why components are made for the cloud WebAssembly (Wasm) has been around for about a decade now—much as Linux kernel namespaces were in use for over ..read more
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Slurm: An HPC workload manager
Cloud Native Computing Foundation Blog
by Jessie
1w ago
Member post originally published on SuperOrbital’s blog by Sean Kane In this article, we are going to explore Slurm, a popular open-source high-performance computing (HPC1) workload manager, and discover what it is, why people use it, and how it differs from Kubernetes. For context, when we talk about high-performance computing, we are primarily talking about computational tasks that require a lot of time on very powerful computer systems and are often designed, so that they can be highly parallelized, across resources within a super-computer or large cluster. These sorts of jobs ar ..read more
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Embracing the future: our online store moves to a print-on-demand model
Cloud Native Computing Foundation Blog
by Jessie
1w ago
In today’s fast-paced digital world, businesses must evolve and adapt to meet their customers’ changing needs. We are excited to announce that our online store is transitioning to a Print On Demand (POD) model. This significant change brings numerous benefits for us and, more importantly, our vibrant community. What is Print On Demand? Print On Demand is a fulfillment method in which items are printed as soon as an order is placed rather than stored in inventory. This model allows for greater flexibility and customization, ensuring each product is made specifically for the person who orders it ..read more
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Kubestronaut in Orbit: Peter Barczi
Cloud Native Computing Foundation Blog
by Jessie
1w ago
Get to know Peter Barczi Peter, one of our first Kubestronauts, has been working with Kubernetes only since 2021 but has still managed to pass all of CNCF’s Kubernetes certifications. He’s currently the Sr. DevOps Engineer / TechLead at a company building a cloud offering with focus on confidential computing. In his role, he also manages physical servers, clouds, operating Linux OSs and Kubernetes clusters at scale and is an Internal Linux Trainer. If you’d like to be a Kubestronaut, get more details on the CNCF Kubestronaut page.  When did you get started with kubernetes–what was your fi ..read more
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A new App Development WG has now been launched!
Cloud Native Computing Foundation Blog
by Katie Meinders
1w ago
TAG post from TAG App Delivery Calling all developers! We’re excited to announce the launch of the new App Development Working Group within the TAG App Delivery. This group is dedicated to bridging the gap between developers and CNCF projects directly affecting your daily workflow. Get involved and help shape the future of cloud-native application development! The charter provides more information about the working group’s goals and direction. The working group is co-chaired by Daniel Oh from Red Hat, Thomas Vitale from Systematic, and Mauricio Salatino from Diagrid. Leveraging the deep expert ..read more
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Building the future of 5G with cloud native tech: insights from Joel and Ashan from Swisscom
Cloud Native Computing Foundation Blog
by Jessie
2w ago
Member post by Anjali Udasi, Technical Writer, Zenduty and Shubham Srivastava, Developer Relations Engineer, Zenduty Joel Studler and Ashan Senevirathne took the stage at KubeCon + CloudNativeCon Europe in Paris with their presentation, “From GitOps to Kubernetes Resource Model,” highlighting Swisscom’s automation journey in the 5G Core and reflecting the company’s evolution from telco to techno. Their talk was truly compelling, sparking our interest in learning more about their experiences and journey at Swisscom. Shubham Srivastava, who currently leads Developer Relations at Zenduty, had the ..read more
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