Going forward, we will be relicensing our core open source projects (Grafana, Grafana Loki, and Grafana Tempo) from the Apache License 2.0 to the Affero General Public License (AGPL) v3. Plugins, agents, and certain libraries will remain Apache-licensed.
This is a bit of a weird article to write. After all, there are a million projects that Linkerd doesn’t use, and none of those decisions deserve a blog post. But the fact that Linkerd doesn’t use Envoy specifically has become a common enough topic of discussion that it probably deserves a good explanation.
Popeye is a utility that scans live Kubernetes cluster and reports potential issues with deployed resources and configurations. It sanitizes your cluster based on what’s deployed and not what’s sitting on disk.
Google recently announced the rollout of their Federated Learning of Cohorts (FLoC), a new advertising-surveillance initiative that seeks to replace third-party cookies with a new user profiling technique that garners data generated by the browser itself.
Wir wollten ja eigentlich nichts mehr mit Corona machen, aber dann kam ein Testzentrum dazwischen. 🙄 Es begann ähnlich wie das letzte Mal: Ein zerforschungs-Angehöriger war beim Corona-Schnelltest und bekam danach eine E-Mail mit einem Link zu seinem Ergebnis. Das kam ihm irgendwie fischig 🐟 vor, also haben wir uns das mal angeschaut.
Andrew Wilkinson's tale of how he blew $10,000,000 building a to-do list app perfectly illustrates the danger of trying to analyze your own failures. It's so easy to fall in love with one of those infinite alternate universes where you just did that one thing differently and everything worked out. Like "if only we had raised venture capital, we would have made it". No, sorry, you probably wouldn't have.
Rook v1.6 is another feature-filled release to improve storage for Kubernetes. The community is a great support in this journey to help validate that Rook will meet and exceed requirements for running in production.
authentik is an open-source Identity Provider focused on flexibility and versatility. You can use authentik in an existing environment to add support for new protocols, implement sign-up/recovery/etc. in your application so you don't have to deal with it, and many other things.
With the recent Kubernetes 1.21 release, you will be able to suspend a Job by updating its spec. The feature is currently in alpha and requires you to enable the SuspendJob feature gate on the API server and the controller manager in order to use it.
I’m a big proponent of GitOps— it is an approach that sidesteps complex tooling in favour of building CI/CD using a combination of Git and declarative configurations. I recently wrote an article about ‘11 Reasons for Adopting GitOps,’ but I also experienced the approach’s limitations on different client projects. Talking to the Humanitec folks prompted me to write about my negative experiences to help paint a more objective picture of GitOps and highlight another possible approach.
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