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Cloud Native Computing Foundation Adds OpenTracing Project

The Cloud Native Computing Foundation (CNCF) today officially announced that the open-source OpenTracing project has been accepted as a hosted project. CNCF got started in July 2015 as a Linux Foundation Collaborative Project. The inaugural project behind the CNCF is Google's Kubernetes, which...
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OpenStack API Benchmarking and Scaling — 3 Test Cases

Have you ever been curious how much of a workload the OpenStack control plane can handle before needing to scale horizontally? Based on the load, how will the API performance adjust? How much overhead will load on the OpenStack APIs add to my application deployment timeline? What behavior should I...
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Take the Kubernetes API for a Spin

For anyone who is fascinated by distributed computing, Kubernetes provides an ultimate playground. Its one of best implementations of cluster management software of our times. Google must be appreciated for not only open sourcing Kubernetes, but also simplifying it, and making it accessible to the...
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Prometheus Reaches 1.0

In January, we published a blog post on Prometheus’s first year of public existence, summarizing what has been an amazing journey for us, and hopefully an innovative and useful monitoring solution for you. Since then, Prometheus has also joined the Cloud Native Computing Foundation, where we are in...
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​Apache Libcloud: The Open-Source Cloud Library to Link All Clouds Together

Apache Libcloud, the leading cloud service interoperability library used by Amazon Web Services, Apache CloudStack, Google Cloud Platform, Microsoft Azure, OpenStack, and VMware, has finally reached 1.0 status. One of the great problems with cloud has always been interoperability. The Apache...
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Kubectl vs HTTP API

One of the best things Kubernetes has is its API, however, I’ve seen a few tools that instead of using the HTTP API use a wrapper on kubectl. I tweeted about it and a discussion was created around the differences between kubectl and the HTTP API. One thing that I hope it’s clear it’s that kubectl...
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