KubeLetter #8

The biggest cloud native events are here!

KubeLetter #8

Buckle up folks, the rest of 2022 is going to be packed with loads of events and meetups! In this edition of the KubeLetter, we've included some exciting news, great learning resources in the form of blogs and videos, and some cool tools to take your DevOps game to the next level.

Whats new with cloud-native


  • Cloud environments don't have a common session manager, which means former employees may still have access to your cloud environment. Teleport Connect can be used to establish a single session to your entire computing environment and can help admins keep a track of who accesses the cloud environment.



CFPs open

Cloud native tools highlight

  • Soax is a proxy network which can allow you to access and collect data from anywhere in the world which can help you make data-driven decisions for your business.
  • Take your Kubernetes experience to the next level. K8S Lens is the most powerful Kubernetes IDE out there and has recently introduced some security features as well.
  • Having logical errors in APIs can be devastating in terms of security. Cherrybomb can help scan your API and detect any business logic flaws and fix it before it causes any damage.
  • KubeVela is a modern software delivery platform that uses the Open Application Model and makes shipping applications more enjoyable.
  • Kubefirst is an open-source project which helps to make it easier for folks to start with Kubernetes as it integrates a lot of popular open source technologies in a simple declarative GitOps-oriented way.
  • What do you do if your application is built, but you don't know how to deploy it onto Kubernetes? Plural.sh helps you to easily deploy your open source application to Kubernetes, without worrying about the underlying complexities.

Tweets of the week

That's all for this one. Remember what we said, the remainder of the year is going to be packed with events. While we've mentioned a few here, more events keep getting announced. Stay active on Twitter to keep getting updates on them.

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