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Why The CDF Launch From Linux Foundation Is Important For the DevOps And Cloud Native Ecosystem

Earlier this month, the Linux Foundation announced the formation of Continuous Delivery Foundation (CDF) – a new foundation that joins the likes of Cloud Native Computing Foundation (CNCF) and Open Container Initiative (OCI). Continuous Integration and Continuous Delivery (CI/CD) has become an...
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6 Must-Attend Talks at Cloud Foundry Summit on Serverless, Knative, Microservices

Tech conferences often feel the same to me. It’s all about the ratios. Too much technical stuff and you wonder how any of it actually applies to your business problems. Too much business-speak and you might end up looking for a slide deck escape hatch to take you to a code repository. Like...
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CoreDNS Joins the Ranks of CNCF Graduates

Created just three years ago and admitted to the Cloud Native Computing Foundation (CNCF) as an incubating project a year later, DNS server CoreDNS has come a long way. Last month, CoreDNS was named the default DNS for Kubernetes and now the CNCF has announced that the project will join the ranks...
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Kubernetes etcd Data Project Joins CNCF

How do you store data across a Kubernetes container cluster? With etcd. This essential part of Kubernetes has been managed by CoreOS/Red Hat. No longer. Now, the open-source etcd project has been moved from Red Hat to the Cloud Native Computing Foundation (CNCF). What is etcd? No, it's not what...
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Open Source's Evolution in Cloud-Native DevOps

Open source tools continue to serve as the underlying cornerstone of cloud native DevOps patterns and practices — while they also continue to change and evolve. Cloud native’s origins, of course, trace back to when Amazon and then Microsoft began to offer so-called cloud platforms, allowing...
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Google Integrates Istio Service Mesh into Kubernetes Service

Istio, the open source service mesh that helps provide traffic management, observability, and security to microservices and distributed applications, is taking another step forward this week, as Google announces that it will be coming to Google Kubernetes Engine (GKE) next month in the form of a...
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The use of serverless technology has spiked with 50% of organizations using the technology compared to 25% in March 2018, according to the recent CNCF survey.

CNCF Survey: Cloud Usage in Asia Has Grown 135% Since March 2018

The bi-annual CNCF survey takes a pulse of the community to better understand the adoption of cloud native technologies. This is the second time CNCF has conducted its cloud native survey in Mandarin to better gauge how Asian companies are adopting open source and cloud native technologies. The ...
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OPNFV Gambia — Doing What We Do Best While Advancing Cloud Native

Today, the OPNFV community is pleased to announce the availability of Gambia, our seventh platform release! I am extremely proud of the way the community rallied together to make this happen and provide the industry with another integrated reference platform for accelerating their NFV deployments....
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Connect Everything: A Look at How NATS.io can Lead to a Securely Connected World

Developing and deploying applications that communicate in distributed systems, especially in cloud computing, is complex. Messaging has evolved to address the general needs of distributed applications but hasn’t gone far enough. We need a messaging system that takes the next steps to address cloud...
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DigitalOcean has released the results of its “Currents” survey of cloud developers.

55 Percent of Cloud Developers Contribute to Open Source, Says Survey

In presenting the results of its survey of 4,300 cloud developers, DigitalOcean seemed surprised that only 55 percent of respondents contribute to open source projects. Yet to tech outsiders -- or old-timers -- it may be more surprising that more than half of developers do contribute. There are...
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