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Developers typically need to look at performance bottlenecks in production applications to determine the cause of the problem. To do this, you usually need information that can be collected through logs and code tools. Unfortunately, this approach is usually time-consuming and does not provide enough details about the underlying problem. A modern and more advanced …

In the last few months, the team at Ada Logics has worked on integrating continuous fuzzing into the etcd project. This was an effort focused on improving the security posture of etcd and ensuring a continued good experience for etcds users. The fuzzing integration involved enrolling etcd in the OSS-Fuzz project and writing a set of fuzzers …

The sharp increase in software supply chain attacks has made securing the build and delivery of software a critical topic. But what does this mean for Kubernetes DevOps teams tasked with securing their continuous delivery pipelines and clusters? To get started with securing a Kubernetes supply chain there are four things you will need to …

The Flagger team is proud to bring you Kubernetes Gateway API support as part of the 1.19.0 release. Read here about why this is a significant development in Flagger and how you can make use of it. What is Flagger? Flagger is a progressive delivery tool that automates the release process for applications running on Kubernetes. …

With the recent release of Syft v0.40.0, you can now create signed SBOM attestations directly in Syft. This is made possible by Project Sigstore, which makes signing and verification of software artifacts insanely easy. Why do attestations matter for SBOMs? Attestations help users to validate that an SBOM comes from a trusted source in the software supply …

OpenTelemetry is enabling a revolution in how Observability data is collected and transmitted. See our What Is OpenTelemetry post on why this is an important inflection point in the Observability space. In this post, we’ll walk through how to configure the OpenTelemetry Gems within a Rails app. Want to learn more about OpenTelemetry and Observability? Sign up to be a …

Kubernetes is a portable, extensible, open-source cluster manager for managing containerized workloads and services. The features of Kubernetes include automatic software deployment, orchestration, automatic scaling, and management of virtualized resources used by the services. Kubernetes also include a scheduler to distribute tasks evenly among worker nodes. This blog is going to focus on the scheduler …

KoolKits (Kubernetes toolkits) are highly-opinionated, language-specific, batteries-included debug container images for Kubernetes. In practice, they’re what you would’ve installed on your production pods if you were stuck during a tough debug session in an unfamiliar shell. We created a quick, 2-minute explanation of the project if you prefer that to the written word: To briefly give …

Amidst many social and economic disruptions that have arisen in the last few years, enterprises have been forced to quicken the pace of their digital transformation initiatives, adding and consuming cloud-based capacity and capability just to stay competitive, relevant, and, for some, in business. At the heart of this new movement is container technology. For …

The telecommunications industry is the backbone of today’s increasingly-digital economies, but it faces a difficult new challenge in evolving to meet modern infrastructure practices. How did telecommunications get itself into this situation? Because the risks of incidents or downtime are so severe, the industry has focused almost exclusively on system designs that minimize risk and maximize …