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Author:Frederico Muñoz (SAS Institute) Learning Kubernetes and the entire ecosystem of technologies around it is not without its challenges.In this interview, we will talk with Carlos Santana (AWS) to learn a bit more about how he created the Kubernetes Book Club, how it works, and how anyone can join in to take advantage of a community-based learning experience. Carlos Santana speaking at KubeCon NA 2023Frederico Muñoz (FSM):Hello Carlos, thank you so much for your availability.To start with, could you tell us a bit about yourself? Carlos Santana

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Author: Kevin Hannon (Red Hat) A common issue in running/operating Kubernetes clusters is running out of disk space.When the node is provisioned, you should aim to have a good amount of storage space for your container images and running containers.The container runtime usually writes to /var.This can be located as a separate partition or on the root filesystem.CRI-O, by default, writes its containers and images to /var/lib/containers, while containerd writes its containers and images to /var/lib/containerd. In this blog

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Author:Peter Schuurman (Google) Kubernetes v1.26 introduced a new, alpha-level feature for StatefulSets that controls the ordinal numbering of Pod replicas.As of Kubernetes v1.27, this feature is now beta.Ordinals can start from arbitrary non-negative numbers.This blog post will discuss how this feature can be used.

Background

StatefulSets ordinals provide sequential identities for pod replicas.When using OrderedReady Pod management Pods are created from ordinal index 0

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Authors:Cailyn Edwards (Shopify), Mahé Tardy (Isovalent), Pushkar Joglekar

Since launching the Auto-refreshing Official CVE feed as an alpha feature in the 1.25 release, we have made significant improvements and updates.We are excited to announce the release of the beta version of the feed.This blog post will outline the feedback received, the changes made, and talk about how you can help as we prepare to make this a stable feature in a future Kubernetes Release.

Feedback from end-users

SIG Security received some feedback from end-users:

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Author:Jeffrey Ying (Google), Antoine Pelisse (Google) Before Kubernetes v1.8 (!), typos, mis-indentations or minor errors in YAMLs could have catastrophic consequences (e.g.a typo like forgetting the trailing s in replica:1000 could cause an outage, because the value would be ignored and missing, forcing a reset of replicas back to 1).This was solved back then by fetching the OpenAPI v2 in kubectl and using it to verify that fields were correct and present before applying.Unfortunately, at that time, Custom Resource Definitions didn’t exist, and the code was written under

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