KubeLetter #15

KubeLetter #15

Welcome to the 15th edition of the Kubeletter. In this newsletter, we've covered a lot of news and changes around the cloud native ecosystem. There are also tons of blogs and videos which will help you grow your knowledge. There are also a couple of open CFPs you can fill up.

What's new with cloud-native


  • Passkeys are a new passwordless authentication method allowing users to create online accounts and sign in without entering a password. Let's learn what are passkeys and how they work in this blog by Teleport *

  • Consensus protocol is a protocol to keep the information consistent and durable in multiple servers, and the property is kept even if some servers fail. Let's learn all bout the consensus protocol and how it's beneficial in this blog.

  • In a microservice environment, every service needs to define, manage and enforce permissions easily, which can get difficult and let to challenges. Learn about the 5 rules of cloud-native authorization to ensure that your cloud-native applications are secure.

  • DevOps movement is still an evolving field and is influenced by a variety of factors such as technological advances, industry trends, and organizational needs. Let's read up about some of the trends for DevOps in 2023.

  • The term “sovereign cloud” describes a cloud architecture to provide security and data access while adhering to local laws and regulations around data privacy and security. Let's learn what it is, and its importance


  • A default Kubernetes cluster isn't safe by default. You have secrets in plain text, open and unencrypted pod-to-pod communication, insecure access, and much more to tighten down. In this video by Teleport, let's learn how to secure a Kubernetes cluster.

  • Cloud-native developers often struggle with configuration inconsistencies between environments. To fix that, let's learn about Score, a developer-centric and platform-agnostic workload specification that offers one easy way to configure all your workloads. No need to worry about cognitive load, config drift, or YAML bloat.

  • Customizing your CLI can help you be a lot more productive. Here are 5 CLI tools recommended by Rawkode, to help you take your CLI to the next level.

  • When you make a change to a project, you want to see what impact it made. In this tutorial let's learn how you can write and ship code faster with Sprkl using observability-driven development. A powerful tool indeed to discover hidden bugs and traces for your Kubernetes or local dev environment.


CFPs open

Cloud-native tools highlight

  • Amazee fully-managed application delivery platform allows developers to deliver their core business objective: creating amazing applications instead of worrying about managing and maintaining the underlying infrastructure. *

  • Groundcover is a K8s application monitoring solution that reinvents the domain with eBPF. Built for modern production environments, it covers everything yet stores only what matters, allowing teams to scale away without worries. *

  • Fiberplane is a collaborative development tool that makes infrastructure debugging, incident resolution, and analysis seamless. *

  • Port allows developers and DevOps to build a service/software catalog, and enable developer self-service actions. *

Tweets of the week

That's all for this edition of the Kubeletter folks. Hope you learned something new. Do tag us on social and share your thoughts.

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