Twitter | Search | |
CNCF
The Cloud Native Computing Foundation is an open source foundation to advance the development of cloud native applications and services.
7,336
Tweets
381
Following
29,776
Followers
Tweets
CNCF retweeted
Juraci Paixão Kröhling 2h
Good first issue of the day, ideal for those starting with Golang, , and Operators for in general
Reply Retweet Like
CNCF retweeted
Linkerd Feb 18
In SF this Wednesday? Don't miss out Linkerd maintainer 's talk on how to debug Kubernetes clusters with , at the SF Reliability Engineering meetup hosted at ! HQ
Reply Retweet Like
CNCF retweeted
Arun Gupta 16h
Another PR merged: Thanks for maintaining upstream compatibility of App Mesh. And thanks to everybody reviewing and merging! Growing at Amazon ...
Reply Retweet Like
CNCF retweeted
VULK COOP 13h
To all our folks - check out this Kubernetes San Antonio group. They meet TOMORROW night and welcome all levels of experience.
Reply Retweet Like
CNCF retweeted
Kubernetes 18h
from ➡️ "Extend via a Shared Informer"
Reply Retweet Like
CNCF retweeted
Vitess 14h
At last year's , spoke on Massively Scaling MySQL using Vitess. Check out the video and transcript here.
Reply Retweet Like
CNCF retweeted
KubeWeekly 15h
Don't forget to set some time aside today to read KubeWeekly #163. Featuring stories by
Reply Retweet Like
CNCF retweeted
Derek Collison 20h
The 2.0 fan-in numbers are getting better, but still too flaky fo me. Trying another idea today. NATS 2.0 will be our most impressive release to date, if we could just get it out the door! 😛
Reply Retweet Like
CNCF 18h
Fresh Alert ➡️ Learn how saved BIG w/ 🙌🏽🎉
Reply Retweet Like
CNCF retweeted
Jorge Castro 23h
In about an hour from this tweet we're going live with the Office Hours, come join us and ask a question, everyone welcome, especially beginners!:
Reply Retweet Like
CNCF retweeted
Juraci Paixão Kröhling 22h
Anyone interested in trying with ? A Cassandra feature not supported by ScyllaDB that we were using was removed and it would be interesting to know if that's enough to get it working
Reply Retweet Like
CNCF retweeted
dry bones Feb 19
If you're interested in managing kubernetes clusters with kubernetes objects, pay attention to and look forward to an actual alpha release in the coming month
Reply Retweet Like
CNCF retweeted
Luc Perkins Feb 19
Hey y’all I created an example kubectl extension for your perusal. It’s written in Go and uses for distribution. It lets you add notes to Pods. Can’t wait to write a real extension that does something meaningful!
Reply Retweet Like
CNCF retweeted
Sandor Szücs Feb 19
dnsmasq+CoreDNS as daemonset roll out:
Reply Retweet Like
CNCF retweeted
Kubernetes and Cloud Native Tunisia Feb 19
If you have any topic related to technologies that you want us to cover for the next few meetups, let us know by filling this survey!
Reply Retweet Like
CNCF retweeted
Paris Feb 19
Last call for learning how to contribute to Kubernetes this weekend! is our orchestrator. thanks to and for helping with the day. If you need a free ticket, DM me.
Reply Retweet Like
CNCF retweeted
Stephan Michard Feb 19
nice introduction to Helm by one of the Helm Matt's:
Reply Retweet Like
CNCF retweeted
Derek Collison Feb 19
Why we deploy in k8s but do NOT let k8s manage the data plane. I am excited how eBPF can make NATS even faster in the future.
Reply Retweet Like
CNCF retweeted
Tim Hockin Feb 19
I hope I didn't say anything dumb. This is a very interesting topic that impacts a lot of people.
Reply Retweet Like
CNCF retweeted
Kubernetes Feb 19
Webinar Alert for this Thursday (2/21)! 📅 Everything you need to know about the Certified Administrator (CKA) & Certified Kubernetes Application Developer (CKAD) exams - Don't forget to register!
Reply Retweet Like