In March, the Cloud Native Computing Foundation (CNCF) released its Annual Survey 2021. Civo featured alongside the likes of Amazon and Azure when CNCF asked developers "Does your organization use any certified Kubernetes installers?".
Saiyam, Director of Technical Evangelism at Civo, also released an update on the new advancements so far for our 2022 Roadmap.
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Five takeaways from the CNCF Annual Survey 2021
The CNCF annual survey 2021 is in and makes for some very encouraging reading for the future of Kubernetes and its place in the tech landscape.
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How to mitigate Kubernetes runtime security threats
In this tutorial, Boemo explains what runtime security threats are in Kubernetes and how you can detect these threats to prevent them now and in the future.
By Boemo Wame Mmopelwa
Kubernetes monitoring: Best practices, alerting, and solutions
Within this guide, Nate shows you the best practices and tools you can use to set up an effective Kubernetes monitoring strategy.
By Nate Matherson
Install KubeSphere on your Civo Kubernetes clusters
This tutorial explains how to install KubeSphere from the Civo Marketplace and clarifies KubeSphere's benefit in multi-cluster management.
By Feynman Zhou
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Cilium - eBPF Powered Networking, Security & Observability
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How to use Linux Commands for Kubernetes
In this session via our now public Civo Academy, Saiyam Pathak helps you learn about the various Linux commands needed as a prerequisite for learning Kubernetes.
By Saiyam Pathak
What is K3s? The Lightweight Kubernetes Distribution
Learn about K3s in this academy video on how it is different to fully stacked Kubernetes along with insight into what it isn't with Kai Hoffman.
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New apps on Civo marketplace
KubeSphere is a distributed operating system for cloud-native application management, using Kubernetes as its kernel. It provides a plug-and-play architecture, allowing third-party applications to be seamlessly integrated into its ecosystem.
Version 3.2.1, by KubeSphere
Civo across Twitter
Just tested installing @KubeSphere on @CivoCloud, the first-ever K3s cloud service provider. Everything runs smoothly and quickly!🚀— Feynman Zhou (@FeynmanZhou) March 3, 2022
We are working on submitting KubeSphere to Civo Marketplace which allows one-click installation. You might see this collaboration happen this week pic.twitter.com/usmYzBq3IH
Does a degree determine one's fate? In this episode of the Open Source Cafe, we had a conversation with @andyjeffries CTO/co-founder at @CivoCloud about how to get hired in tech.— Community Classroom (@commclassroom) April 11, 2022
Watch here👉https://t.co/IixBVhbGGg pic.twitter.com/hU95OkOklx