Topic: cncf

OpenFeature feature flagging API becomes a CNCF incubating project

The CNCF Technical Oversight Committee (TOC) has recently approved OpenFeature as an incubating project within the CNCF. OpenFeature is an open specification designed to provide a vendor-neutral, community-driven API specifically for feature flagging.  Feature flagging is a method used in software development where teams can switch features or code paths on or off, or modify … continue reading

CNCF’s Notary and Notation projects get major update

Notary, the CNCF project that provides cross-industry standards for supply chain security, has announced a major release.  This brings both the Notary Project and Notation Project to version 1.0.0. Notation is a sub-project that implements Notary specifications.  Included in this release are an OCI signature specification, OCI COSE signature envelope, OCI JWS signature envelope, OCI … continue reading

Why the world needs OpenTelemetry

Observability has really taken off in the past few years, and while in some ways observability has become a bit of a marketing buzzword, one of the main ways companies are implementing observability is not with any particular company’s solution, but with an open-source project: OpenTelemetry. Since 2019, it has been incubating at the Cloud … continue reading

Report: Majority of open source contributors wish their company paid for their contributions

Nearly four-fifths of developers (79%) believe that contributing to open source projects has helped further their careers, but 78% still say that companies should pay them for the time spent on contributions.  This is according to a new survey from the CNCF and TAG Contributor Strategy (TAG CS), which is a group within the CNCF … continue reading

Security platform Kubescape accepted into CNCF Sandbox

Cybersecurity company Armo has announced that an open-source project it developed is being donated to the Cloud Native Computing Foundation (CNCF) as a Sandbox project. Kubescape is an end-to-end security platform for Kubernetes, and is the first security scanner under the CNCF umbrella, according to Armo. “ARMO’s commitment to open source means ensuring Kubescape is … continue reading

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

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