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Benefits when applying the 12 Factor App principles (part 3)

The story of the benefits of the 12 Factor App principles continues in part 3 of our articles. In our last article, we'll zoom in into disposability, runtime environments, logs, and admin processes. Benefits when applying the 12 Factor App principles (part 3) Factor 9: Disposability Cloud-native applications should only run...

Benefits when applying the 12 Factor App principles (part 2)

In our previous article, you can read bout the first principles. We'll continue our journey to explore the most appealing advantages of 12 Factor Apps over traditional apps. Benefits when applying the 12 Factor App principles (part 2). Factor 5: Build, release, run Every application that follows a DevOps specific SDLC...

Benefits when applying the 12 Factor App principles (part 1)

Developers all around the world adopt one or more topics that together form the 12 Factor App principles. They already changed the way they build their software. Since this has great advantages in the cloud-native ecosystem, those companies they work for manage to push features faster and more reliable....
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Recap video KubeCon + CloudNativeCon Europe 2022

KubeCon is Cloud Native Computing Foundation’s flagship multi-day tech conference that gathers contributors and maintainers of Kubernetes and various other open-source and cloud-native projects. This year’s KubeCon was a hybrid event held in-person with a virtual component between May 16-20 in Valencia, Spain. We talked to some of the...

5 ways you can participate in CNCF projects

Nearly 85% of enterprises are planning to shift to a cloud-first philosophy by 2025, according to a Gartner survey. The cloud approach enables organizations to offer enhanced customer experiences like mobile payment systems, personalization, and security. To power this wide-scale cloud adoption, businesses will have to use cloud-native applications...

Exciting happenings in the CNCF ecosystem today

A lot has changed from the inception of Kubernetes to now. The biggest things that have changed are the refactoring and the abstractions on which people focus across the community. Notably, the Special Interest Groups (SIGs) release itself has changed a lot over the years. It has matured in...

5 Key Takeaways from KubeCon Europe

KubeCon is Cloud Native Computing Foundation’s flagship multi-day tech conference that gathers contributors and maintainers of Kubernetes and various other open-source and cloud-native projects. This year’s KubeCon was a hybrid event held in-person with a virtual component between May 16-20 in Valencia, Spain. What was different about this year’s KubeCon? There...

Cloud Native Maturity Model – your business outcomes matter

Perhaps everyone in the Cloud Native industry underscores the value of the Cloud Native Compute Foundation (CNCF) for their projects, their excellent communities, and the great technologies they adopt. These organizations push the concept of Cloud Native-based solutions everywhere in the world. Fewer people know that they also created...
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Video interview: The vibrant Cloud Native ecosystem and why you should get involved

Taylor Dolezal, Head of Ecosystem at the CNCF, takes us behind the scenes on how open source communities and projects function. From the role of the CNCF to contributions from vendor organizations and independent developers, he describes the different perspectives and how they all come together. Listen in if...

Stork’s approach to Kubernetes storage and why it matters

Stork, a cloud-native Storage Orchestrator Runtime scheduler plugin created by Portworx is an open-source project that uses Kubernetes' extensibility to allow DevOps teams to efficiently run stateful applications like queues, databases, and key-value stores on Kubernetes. Stork allows stateful applications to take advantage of scheduler extenders to enjoy the benefits...