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How we migrated from Ansible & Docker Compose to Helm & Kubernetes   ✅
.. and why you want that too

By @tom_sapak
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Detecting and Capturing Kernel Modules with Tracee and eBPF
Tracee allows security teams to capture kernel modules and rootkits for investigation to ensure Linux security with eBPF
Monitoring app performance. OpenTelemetry & Jaeger   ✅
A how-to on integrating the observability solution based on OpenTelemetry and Jaeger to track autonomous vehicles in real time across the map and monitor logistics service performance.
How to Monitor ZooKeeper: Key Metrics & Best Tools in 2022
Get started with ZooKeeper monitoring! From latency to connections and clusters, discover all the key metrics to track performance & the best tools to help you!
How Kubernetes Broke Git   ✅
How did Kubernetes push git to its limit? Some stories from Matt Rickard experience, as a Kubernetes developer.
Observability is becoming mission critical, but who watches the watchmen?   ✅
There has been a lot of development in the area of lowering the barrier of entry for observability. With increasing interest in observability as a practice, organizations will find out that observability will become more and more critical as their practices improve.

As this transition in value happens, a new question is starting to gain importance: who watches the watchmen?
We Learn Systems by Changing Them
"It is only possible to come to an understanding of a system of interest by trying to change it" ~ Michael C. Jackson explains Kurt Lewin’s work, in Critical Systems Thinking
Non-Obvious Docker Uses   ✅
You can use Docker in many non-obvious ways:
  • Use Docker as a compiler
  • Use Docker as a task-runner alternative to "make"
  • Use registries as a configuration store
  • Use git repositories as docker images
  • As a cross-platform compatibility layer
  • To build Linux Kernels
Extending Your Cloud Deployments to Edge
Businesses are looking for solutions to expand their ability to deploy to edge seamlessly and, when possible, integrate this extension to edge with their existing cloud-based deployments.

This blog caters exactly to that need of deploying and extending to the edge using edge computing on Kubernetes with an example of AWS Outpost and EKS.
How we improved Grafana Mimir query performance by up to 10x
To ingest more metrics in Grafana Mimir, Grafana team introduced two sharding techniques: time splitting and query sharding.
What Can Network Managers Do About Cloud Outages? (Not Much)
Better observability tools can help net managers maintain some resilience to cloud outages, but provider misconfigurations are out of their hands.
Quick Hits
Ofcom has launched a large-scale investigation into Amazon, Google and Microsoft’s dominance of the cloud computing industry. The regulator will be examining the companies to ensure their hold over cloud computing, messaging and smart devices is working effectively for individuals and businesses in the UK, the watchdog said.
MinIO has celebrated more than 1 billion downloads of its software, making it the world’s most widely used object storage.
Forrester analysts see avoiding cloud-native technologies as a major pitfall to which enterprises fall victim while working toward cloud modernization. “One of the first problems that people can make for themselves is postponing cloud-native technology,” Forrester Principal Analyst Lee Sustar said during a webinar.
Alibaba Cloud releases new products and pledges $1 billion to boost global alliances.
Dig Security raises $34 million Series A to deliver real-time data security for the cloud.
The Cloud Native Computing Foundation announced the graduation of the SPIFFE and SPIRE projects. They join 16 other graduated projects.
Chronosphere announced that it has tripled its Annual Recurring Revenue (ARR) and employee count over the last 12 months, making it one of the industry's fastest growing companies. The organization attributes its accelerated growth to the massive shift to cloud native workloads and the inherent increase in data complexity, infrastructure and management costs.
Devo Technology, the cloud-native logging and security analytics company, announced the acquisition of LogicHub, a security orchestration, automation, and response (SOAR) innovator. The acquisition extends what has already been a year of explosive growth for the company, with a $100 million funding round, surging revenue, and the acquisition of Kognos, the provider of an autonomous threat hunting solution.
Platform9 announced the launch of its latest open source project, Arlon. Arlon defines a powerful unified architecture that leverages GitOps, declarative APIs, and Kubernetes to manage and reconcile state of both infrastructure (clusters and underlying resources) as well as workloads (apps and configurations).
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KubeFire creates and manages Kubernetes Clusters using Firecracker microVMs
GitGoat is an open source tool that was built to enable DevOps and Engineering teams to design and implement a sustainable misconfiguration prevention strategy. It can be used to test products with access to repositories without a risk to your production environment.
Prowler is an Open Source security tool to perform AWS security best practices assessments, audits, incident response, continuous monitoring, hardening and forensics readiness. It contains more than 240 controls covering CIS, PCI-DSS, ISO27001, GDPR, HIPAA, FFIEC, SOC2, AWS FTR, ENS and custom security frameworks.
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