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On November 30th, 2021, Google submitted Knative to be considered as an incubating project, which began the process for handing over the project to be managed by the Cloud Native Computing Foundation (CNCF). Today we are pleased to acknowledge the completion of this process, allowing the next phase of community-driven innovation in Knative to begin. …

This past August at NGINX Sprint 2.0, I discussed the patterns we see customers adopt to successfully leverage cloud-native technologies when building modern apps. They are converting monoliths to microservices, adopting service meshes, and approaching the world from a “distributed and decoupled first” viewpoint. I’m not a huge fan of introducing YAT (yet another term), but one concept …

Next up in our blog series about Flux Security is how we implemented fuzzing in Flux and its controllers and how that makes things safer for you. Wikipedia explains Fuzzing like so: Fuzzing or fuzz testing is an automated software testing technique that involves providing invalid, unexpected, or random data as inputs to a computer program. The program is …

Whether you are trying to build an active, welcoming community, manage contributors’ expectations, or motivate members to take on more responsibility, managing an open-source project can feel overwhelming. But there is no reason for you to figure it out on your own. Whatever challenge you are facing today, someone surely solved it before. The Contributor …

A centralized control plane for application delivery allows you to use a single platform for all of your application delivery needs. It unites teams involved in the application lifecycle who are usually dispersed across many systems and platforms, with improvements in between. Application Development teams are empowered to deploy applications on their own, with a …

DevOps is a cultural movement that has brought a lot of much-needed agility to software development. But it is also misunderstood: does DevOps really mean that developers should, in addition to development, also be amazing at difficult system administration (“operations”) work? In this article, we discuss the difference in skill sets between developers and platform operators. And what …

Though Kubernetes has grown in popularity, it still has a steep learning curve that can make it hard to adopt the technology. Those who can’t get past this initial hurdle are often left behind in the fast-paced field of software development. This article will introduce YAML files for Kubernetes object configuration. YAML provides a way to declaratively …

The CNCF Technical Oversight Committee (TOC) has voted to accept Knative as a CNCF incubating project. Knative is an open source, Kubernetes-based platform for building, deploying, and managing serverless and event-driven applications. It helps development teams manage, monitor, and operate Kubernetes in a way that requires less technical knowledge and time. Knative was founded in 2018 by Google …

New Relic (NYSE: NEWR), the observability company, today launched a new Kubernetes experience that brings together Kubernetes application and cluster performance data in a single user interface within New Relic One Application Performance Monitoring (APM), to help developers build more performant applications. In addition to removing silos between APM and infrastructure monitoring, engineers are alerted of …

mTLSing services with Linkerd at scale without impacting developer productivity At Finleap Connect, we operate multiple high-density bare-metal Kubernetes clusters with up to 5,000 pods — keeping our customers’ highly sensitive financial data safe is business-critical. Needless to say, security is paramount. In this blog post, I’ll share how Connect’s cloud team migrated its entire platform …