Cloud Native News - CNN32
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Cloud Native News - CNN32

Chaos Mesh® joins CNCF Sandbox, Kubermatic bring KubeCarrier, how Dropbox migrated from nginx to envoy, meet the Open Service Mesh, an alternative approach for Helm 3 umbrella charts
Cloud Native News - CNN32

CNCF & Community

  • Introducing KubeCarrier: Operating Services the Cloud Native Way
    KubeCarrier is meant to be the operator of operators. It aims to centrally manage all services and applications across clusters, clouds and regions by utilizing a Kubernetes native API. It offers facilities to provide services to external users in a self service manner.
  • Chaos Mesh® Joins CNCF as a Sandbox Project
    The Open Source Chaos Engineering Platform for Kubernetes now officially joins CNCF as a Sandbox project.
  • Serverless Workflow Specification
    "Workflows have become key components of Serverless applications, yet implementations tend to describe workflows differently. Serverless Workflow is a specification for describing workflows in a common way. It provides a vendor-neutral and platform-independent markup for orchestrating services on multiple runtimes and cloud/container platforms."
  • 4 Tips for Maximizing Your Virtual KubeCon Experience
    We are super excited for the first virtual KubeCon + CloudNativeCon. Already build your agenda?


  • Open Sourcing the etcd Security Audit
    The etcd team successfully completed a 3rd party security audit for etcd v3.4.3. The audit has been performed by Trail of Bits and is now Open Source.


  • How we migrated Dropbox from Nginx to Envoy
    Dropbox changed migrated their traffic Infrastructure to Envoy. In this article they cover pain points of the legacy solution and compare Nginx to Envoy on different levels.
  • Deconstructing Kubernetes Networking
    Emanuel Evans digs into Kubernetes Networking. A nice read if you want to understand the foundation of how Kubernetes Networking is setup.
  • Open Service Mesh
    Open Service Mesh (OSM) is a lightweight, extensible, cloud native service mesh that allows users to uniformly manage, secure, and get out-of-the-box observability features for highly dynamic microservice environments.
  • Kong Mesh 1.0 Released
    Kong Mesh is a enterprise service mesh built on top of Kuma and Envoy. With the service mesh Kong now provides an end to end network control.

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