Topic: cncf

Linux Foundation, CNCF, and Ethical Intelligence partner on new ethics in open-source course

The Linux Foundation, Cloud Native Computing Foundation (CNCF), and Ethical Intelligence have all partnered up to create a free online course on ethics in open-source development.  It is designed for developers looking to apply ethics to their coding practice, and for product managers looking to incorporate ethics-by-design technology into their workflows.  According to the Linux … continue reading

CNCF accepts Backstage as incubating project

The Cloud Native Computing Foundation (CNCF) has voted to accept a new platform for building developer portals as an incubating project. Backstage enables developers to bring together their organization’s tooling, services, apps, data, and documentation into a single UI.  The project has its origins at Spotify. In 2016 the company was growing quickly and struggling … continue reading

Linux Foundation launches cloud native developer bootcamp

The Linux Foundation and The Cloud Native Computing Foundation (CNCF) today announced a new Cloud Native Developer Bootcamp.  The Cloud Native Developer Bootcamp works to provide developers, cloud architects, and others who are new to cloud native technologies with the tools needed to be successful in designing, building, and deploying cloud native applications  According to … continue reading

Knative joins CNCF as incubating project

The open-source platform for building serverless and event-driven applications, Knative, is entering the Cloud Native Computing Foundation (CNCF) as an incubating project. “Knative is a powerful technology that is well integrated with a variety of other CNCF projects and the cloud native ecosystem, making it easier to run serverless containers on Kubernetes,” said Chris Aniszczyk, … continue reading

SD Times news digest: CNCF moves LitmusChaos to incubator; Firefox 96; CircleCI’s free plan

The CNCF Technical Oversight Committee (TOC) has voted to approve LitmusChaos’ move from the CNCF Sandbox to Incubation level.  LitmusChaos is an open-source chaos engineering platform that helps teams identify weaknesses and potential outages in infrastructures by inducing chaos tests in a controlled way.  “The CNCF ecosystem has helped us build a strong and vibrant … continue reading

CDF report: Developers slow to adopt continuous delivery

Only 1 in 10 developers deploy software on demand, multiple times per day, according to the Cloud Delivery Foundation’s 2021 State of Continuous Delivery report. Continuous delivery is a key part of how organizations deliver value to their customers, providing the ability to make small changes to software reliably and at any time, according to … continue reading

SD Times news digest: Mirantis updates Kubernetes IDE, Perforce launches Android and iOS virtual devices, and SmartBear adds testing support for Apache Kafka

Mirantis announced a new version of Lens, a Kubernetes IDE that eliminates the need for accessing Kubernetes clusters while also providing a unique way to access clusters, services, tools, pipelines and automations through a new catalog system.  The 5.0 version now includes Lens Spaces, which integrates with the Lens IDE and lets developers create collaborative … continue reading

4 reasons the future of cloud-native software is open source

Over the last several years, cloud-native development has transformed the way we think about software development. To speed up release cycles, build more powerful applications, and deliver superior user experiences at scale, more and more dev teams are embracing this modern approach to software development and building applications entirely in the cloud.  According to the … continue reading

OpenTelemetry .NET 1.0 released

Microsoft announced the 1.0 specification for OpenTelemetry .NET, the canonical distribution of the OpenTelemetry SDK implementation in .NET. The 1.0 release includes OpenTelemetry .NET APIs: Tracing API, Baggage API, Context API and Propagators API. Developers will also have access to an SDK that provides controls for sampling, processing and exporting as well as documentation, which … continue reading

SD Times news digest: Kong Mesh 1.2, NVIDIA AI Enterprise released, and Gatsby 3.0 released

Kong Mesh 1.2 is being released with three new security capabilities. Kong Mesh is natively integrated with Open Policy Agent (OPA) and has now graduated as a CNCF project.  The latest release includes enhanced security for multi-zone service mesh, native FIPS 140-2 support and day-0 security compliance. Kong Mesh is built on the open source … continue reading

CNCF introduces a Kubernetes bug bounty program

The Cloud Native Computing Platform is funding a new Kubernetes bug bounty program to reward the researchers who find security vulnerabilities in Kubernetes’ codebase as well as build and release processes.  The program was launched by the Kubernetes Product Security Committee together with bug bounty program vendor HackerOne.  “As a CNCF graduated project, it is … continue reading

SD Times news digest: CNCF CI dashboard gets V2.2.0 update, Harness announces $60 million in Series B funding, Redis Enterprise now on Microsoft Azure

The newly updated CNCF CI V2.2.0 dashboard update adds third-party validation of builds, deployments and end-to-end testing for CNCF’s Graduated and Incubating projects. The CNCF CI status dashboard continually validates each project for any commit on stable and head that’s running on Kubernetes clusters provisioned to a bare metal environment. The results of each testing … continue reading

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