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May 17th, 2022

What’s New in Rancher 2.6.5?

With KubeCon underway, many of us in the cloud native community are looking forward to learning…

May 16th, 2022

Deploying K3s with Ansible

There are many different ways to run a Kubernetes cluster, from setting everything up manually to…

May 4th, 2022

Secure Supply Chain: Securing Kubewarden Policies

With recent releases, the Kubewarden stack supports verifying the integrity and authenticity of…

May 17th, 2022

SUSE NeuVector 5.0 Delivers a Powerful Open Source Security Platform

I’m excited to announce the general availability of the SUSE NeuVector container security platform.

May 17th, 2022

A Zero Trust, Open Source, Cloud Native Security Model

By now you’ve probably heard about zero trust security. Zero trust is more than the latest tech…

May 10th, 2022

Kubernetes in Docker Desktop Just Got Easier with Epinio

Epinio takes developers from application to URL in one step. In this blog post, I’m going to tell…

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The OCTOPod podcast

The OCTOpod podcast

The OCTOpod: Conversations with SUSE’s Office of the CTO

Host Alan Clark sits down with leaders and experts in the tech community in the OCTOpod: Conversations with SUSE's Office of the CTO (that's OCTO). Alan has spent his career in enterprise software with a focus on open source advocacy and emerging tech. He’s contributed in many ways – from code to chairs, from networking to cloud. He has served on the Open Infrastructure Foundation, the Linux Foundation, openSUSE, Open Mainframe project, and many more. He’s met lots of great people along the way, and in Season One, he’ll sit down with a few of them to talk about the latest trends and challenges in open source. These include findings from a report on Why IT Leaders Choose Open, how to manage a community, the importance of diversity and inclusion in open source, and much more.

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