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Best 10 CNCF Projects that every developer should know

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Maheshwar Ligade
·Apr 28, 2023·

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The Cloud Native Computing Foundation (CNCF) hosts a wide range of open-source projects that support cloud-native development. Here are 10 CNCF projects that every developer should know:

  1. Kubernetes:

    Kubernetes is an open-source container orchestration platform that automates the deployment, scaling, and management of containerized applications. It is one of the most popular CNCF projects and is widely used in production environments.

  2. Prometheus:

    Prometheus is a monitoring and alerting toolkit that collects metrics from configured targets, stores them locally or remotely, and provides a powerful query language to analyze the data.

  3. Envoy:

    Envoy is a high-performance, open-source edge, and service proxy that supports HTTP/1.1, HTTP/2, and gRPC protocols. It is designed for cloud-native applications and provides advanced features like traffic management, load balancing, and service discovery.

  4. Fluentd:

    Fluentd is a data collection and processing tool that enables the unification of data collection and consumption for a variety of data sources. It is a powerful log aggregator and provides a unified logging layer for cloud native environments.

  5. Linkerd:

    Linkerd is a service mesh for cloud-native applications that provides features like traffic management, security, and observability. It is designed to be lightweight and easy to deploy.

  6. Jaeger:

    Jaeger is a distributed tracing system that helps developers understand and troubleshoot complex transactions across distributed systems. It provides end-to-end visibility into the performance of cloud native applications.

  7. Vitess:

    Vitess is a cloud-native database platform that provides horizontal scalability, sharding, and high availability for MySQL databases. It is widely used in production environments and provides a powerful solution for scaling databases.

  8. OpenTracing:

    OpenTracing is a vendor-neutral API for distributed tracing that enables developers to instrument their code for tracing without being tied to a specific tracing implementation. It is a powerful tool for understanding the performance of cloud-native applications.

  9. Harbor:

    Harbor is an open-source cloud native registry that provides storage and distribution of container images. It is designed for secure and efficient storage and distribution of container images in cloud-native environments.

  10. Helm:

    Helm is a package manager for Kubernetes that makes it easy to install, upgrade, and manage applications on Kubernetes. It provides a simple and consistent way to manage applications in cloud-native environments.

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