Cloud Native News - CNN21/45
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Cloud Native News - CNN21/45

About the 2021 CNCF Steering Committee Election results, Containerization on edge with wasmedge, Dockershim deprecation, an efficient learning path of container technology, and scaling Kubernetes based on custom metrics.
Cloud Native News - CNN21/45



  • Containerization on the edge  
    Running isolated workloads on non-POSIX compliant operating systems is no exception on edge devices. Read how wasmedge can help.
  • Dockershim removal is coming. Are you ready?  
    I remember the announcement well: it caused a lot of yelling and complaining, yet the (Kubernetes-)World is still turning. I like that the community takes this transition more seriously than initially anticipated.
  • The Service Mesh: What Every Engineer Needs to Know about the World's Most Over-Hyped Technology  
    "If you're a software engineer working anywhere near backend systems, the term "service mesh" has probably infiltrated your consciousness some time over the past few years. Thanks to a strange confluence of events, this phrase has been rolling around the industry like a giant Katamari ball, glomming on successively bigger pieces of marketing and hype and showing no signs of stopping any time soon."
  • How to Grasp Containers - Efficient Learning Path  
    "What is a Container? Container vs. VM? Docker vs. Kubernetes. How to organize the learning efficiently?"
  • How Pokemon Go Creator Builds on Kubernetes for Developers  
    "In this latest episode of The New Stack Makers podcast, Ria Bhatia, senior product manager of Niantic, discusses why the Pokemon Go platform remains relevant and why Kubernetes will remain an integral part of the platform as the company hopes to bring in more 'developer customers.'"



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