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Chaos engineering with LitmusChaos: October 2022 update
Guest post by LitmusChaos’ maintainers After an amazing KubeCon North America 2022 in Detroit, MI, the LitmusChaos community has a lot to share and is back with another edition of monthly updates from the LitmusChaos community. With the… ⌘ Read more

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GitOps Days 2022: Flux Flagger deep dive
Flux project post by Scott Rigby Hey everyone! 👋If you couldn’t join Flux maintainers Stefan Prodan & Philip Laine’s session at GitOps Days 2022, you can now watch the full talk online! This blog post outlines the main… ⌘ Read more

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Backstage security audit & updates
Project post originally posted on the Backstage blog by Patrik Oldsberg, Spotify TL;DR: Backstage’s security posture continues to mature! Today, we’re releasing a report from an independent security audit and the first version of the Backstage Threat Model…. ⌘ Read more

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Orchestration versus choreography, which one should you use? The pros and cons
Guest post originally published on the Sparkfabrik blog Orchestration vs Choreography: Many factors need to be evaluated in order to figure out which approach is the most appropriate. Orchestration, Choreography or a Hybrid Approach: Let’s delve into how… ⌘ Read more

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Writing your own scheduler with kube-scheduler-simulator
Guest post originally published on the Miraxia blog As the default Kubernetes scheduler is highly configurable, in many cases we don’t have to write any code to customize thescheduling behavior. However, people who want to learn how the… ⌘ Read more

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Health + safety update for KubeCon + CloudNativeCon North America 2022
We’ve absolutely loved being able to connect with much of our community again in-person over the past year at KubeCon + CloudNativeCon in Los Angeles and Valencia. We’re looking forward to hopefully seeing even more of you at… ⌘ Read more

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Tracking container restarts and termination events in Kubernetes
Guest post by Shahar Azulay, groundcover’s CEO and Co-Founder It’s a place all Kubernetes admins have likely been: They have a container that fails to start, and they simply can’t figure out why that is. They may have… ⌘ Read more

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Bringing a good OSS experience to Kubernetes DevOps
Guest post by Michael Guarino, CTO, and Co-Founder at Plural Open-source is at a crossroads at the moment. 97% of data stacks contain open-source code. However, deploying and managing open source applications is tedious and time-consuming.  Take an… ⌘ Read more

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Mid-year update on 2022 CNCF, Linux Foundation, and open source velocity
By Chris Aniszczyk Consistently looking into CNCF and Linux Foundation project’s velocity and the 30 top open source projects give us a very good indication of trends that are resonating with developers and end users. As a result,… ⌘ Read more

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The 4 pillars of a successful developer experience strategy
Guest post originally published on the Mia-Platform blog The need for a Developer Experience Strategy stems from the increasingly important role of software in the company’s business. To meet the fast‑changing market and ever‑more demanding customers, companies should rely… ⌘ Read more

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