MicroShift has been specifically designed for edge computing use cases, with a goal of fitting in the limited storage capacity of field-deployed devices that can be embedded into a variety of appliances such as cars, factory lines, airplanes or even satellites.
Today, we are pleased to announce that the NeuVector codebase is now available to the open source community on GitHub. The work to fully open source a formerly proprietary technology is a testament to SUSE’s open-source culture and our commitment to deliver open, interoperable and innovative solutions to our partners and customers. With this release, …
A 19-year-old said he’s found flaws in a piece of third-party software that appears to be used by a relatively small number of owners of Tesla Inc. cars that could allow hackers to remotely control some of the vehicles’ functions.
Falco is currently the de facto standard for runtime threat detection in Kubernetes environments. The project is growing at a very fast pace, and so is its open source community. The role of Falco is to collect all the system events of a cluster and send some kind of alert whenever suspicious behavior is detected. Among the other data sources supported, system calls are the core kind of events monitored by Falco.
API traffic viewer for Kubernetes enabling you to view all API communication between microservices. Think TCPDump and Wireshark re-invented for Kubernetes - GitHub - up9inc/mizu: API traffic viewer for Kubernetes enabling you to view all API communication between microservices. Think TCPDump and Wireshark re-invented for Kubernetes
A CLI tool to display all dependencies or dependents of an object in a Kubernetes cluster. - GitHub - tohjustin/kube-lineage: A CLI tool to display all dependencies or dependents of an object in a Kubernetes cluster.
Private cluster with k3s. Why have 1 huge complicated cluster (pet) when you can have many simple, cheap clusters (cattle)? - GitHub - sagittaros/terraform-k3s-private-cloud: Private cluster with k3s. Why have 1 huge complicated cluster (pet) when you can have many simple, cheap clusters (cattle)?
Based on recent discussions, I’ve noticed some confusion around external
traffic policies for Kubernetes Services. This is not surprising given
there’s a lot of context around this feature that can only be found by
digging through many Github issues and pull requests. In this post I’ll try
to do a deep dive into this feature to clarify some of the important
assumptions that may not be clear in the API or the documentation.
Brian joins Adam to discuss his belief that we shouldn’t forego a local dev experience when building cloud-native apps, his experiences building frameworks and products like arc.codes and Begin.com, and an honest evaluation of where we’re at with the web in 2021.
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