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In this edition of KubeLetter, we've included a lot of news and announcements which were revealed at Kubecon, along with tons of amazing blogs as well. Let us know your thoughts and what you would like to see in future newsletters.
What's new with cloud-native
- CNCF hit a 800 member milestone during Kubecon EU 2022.
- Did you miss Kubecon? This article provides you the details of everything that happened with Flux and GitOps during Kubecon
- CNCF released the Secure Software Factory Reference Architecture Paper which provides guidelines to create a secure software supply chain.
- CNCF released a refreshed version of the Cloud Native Security Whitepaper to help educate the community about best practices for securing cloud-native deployments.
- SPIRE aims to solve the problem of securely issuing workload identities at scale, no matter where the workload is running. It has now added Windows support as well.
- The Cloud Native Marituy Model was announced back in Kubecon NA 2021. A reworked Maturity Model 2.0 has been released.
- The Cloud Native Ecosystem continues to grow with more than 7 million developers worldwide.
- Learn how to create APIs according to OpenAPI Specifications and how to test them using Cherrybomb.
- Your organization might be having Multiple Kubernetes Clusters and managing it can be tricky. This guide from Teleport shows how to manage Multiple Clusters.
- Take a look at the history of distrubuted tracing and Open Telementry, and see why Tracetest is being developed.
- Optimize your Kubernetes node's performance and costs by using Taints and Tolerations. Learn more about it in this article from Kubecost.
- Matt from Sema talks about Code Metrics for Open Source Mentoring.
- XACML promoted a common terminology and interoperability between authorization implementations and from this, OPAL+OPA, projects by permit.io, were created. Take a look at the difference between OPAL+OPA vs XACML.
- Learn about the 4 Golden Signals when it comes to monitoring in this article from Komodor.
- Why should you codify SaaS Applications is explained in this blog from Firefly.
- Create a Secure application with the help of some Design Principles which can make your applications secure.
- Take a look at the components of Open Telemetry and how they work.
- This blog explains what high cardinality in observability is, why high cardinality is a problem and explains three ways to tame data growth and cardinality.
- Here are some of the best practices to follow when deploying your applications to a Production environment in Kubernetes.
- Learn about access management and concepts such as Authentication, Authorization, Audit, and Connectivity With Teleport
- Take a look at how to get started with Portainer in a production environment with a 12-step checklist.
- Take a look at the different types of Scaling and how to automate the process
- Kubernetes v1.24 comes with a bunch of changes. Take a look at what's new with Kubernetes v1.24
- Are you looking for a beginner-friendly Kubernetes Community? Check out Kubesimplify and all the great work they have been doing.
- Join the Monthly Civo Meetup as they talk about monitoring and observability using ContainIQ
- Open Source Summit NA.
- CDcon for everything related to software delivery.
CFPs that are currently Open
- React India.
- DevOps Days Berlin
- DevOps Days Buffallo
- Open Source Monitoring Conference.
- Kubecon NA 2022 - closing soon
Cloud native tools highlight
- Splunk is a tool for monitoring and searching through big data.
- Datree is a CLI tool that enables you to prevent any misconfigurations with Kubernetes Cluster.
- KubeSphere is a distributed Operating System for managing cloud-native applications. Learn everything you need to know about KubeSphere in this blog.
- Kubescape is a Kubernetes Security scanning tool, which provides a single pane of glass view for your clusters and an RBAC visualizer.
- K8S Lens is a powerful Kubernetes IDE with a context-aware terminal and support for multiple cloud-native integrations.
- Litmus Chaos is a tool used for Chaos Enginerring to create robust, and resilient applications.
Tweets of the week
That's a wrap for this one! Hope you learned something new and exciting!