Cloudnative with Saiyam - October "I am back" Edition



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Saiyam Pathak
Saiyam Pathak
Welcome to the October edition and thank you all for supporting my work. You people are the best.
If you have loved me and my content then you will love this too <3 . I want this to be like me telling you stuff that I found useful and from where I learnt this month. If you have anything to be included, feel free to reach out on Twitter. This is the October edition - streams are back!!

Streams are back!
Yes, streams are back and a lot more planning going in the store!
October month streams:
Upcoming: A lot is planned for November, subscribe to the channel for constant updates. Below are already scheduled at the time of writing this:
Tools of the month
  • sciuro - Sciuro is a bridge between Alertmanager and Kubernetes to sync alerts as Node Conditions. It is designed to work in tandem with other controllers that observe Node Conditions such as draino or the cluster-api.
  • sigstore - it is a generic library / framework that is utilized by various other clients and projects including fulcio (webPKI), cosign (container and OCI signing tool) and tektoncd/chains (Supply Chain Security in Tekton Pipelines). It recently released its v1.0.0
  • APIclarity - APIClarity, an open source cloud native visibility tool for APIs, utilizes a Service Mesh framework to capture and analyze API traffic, and identify potential risks.
  • kdigger - “Kubernetes digger”, is a context discovery tool for Kubernetes penetration testing. This tool is a compilation of various plugins called buckets to facilitate pentesting Kubernetes from inside a pod.
  • CNCF Landscape - CNCF recently released a nice way to navigate through the landscape which will be good for everyone in cloud native to understand CNCF better.
Workshops and Go book
Good October reads
KubeCon 2021 NA
I didn’t attend KubeCon as I was on Paternity leave during that time but I see there are great wrapup blogs and videos. All the Kubecon videos also will be up on YouTube anytime soon so watch out for CNCF channel on Youtube.
DZone Cloud Show: KubeCon 2021 Recap
DZone Cloud Show: KubeCon 2021 Recap
Learn from Tweets!
Ivan Velichko
Computer Networking in Layman's Terms (thread)

L2 - Ethernet
L3 - IP
L4 - TCP

Lots of server-side folks are fluent with L4/L7 concepts. But understanding L2/L3 is often important too!

Especially if you deal with containers, Kubernetes, or DC networking constraints 🔽
Rakesh Jain
Kubernetes security best practices in short -

A Thread 👇
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