Curiefense is now in GA! 🎉 The latest version (1.3.0) is now available for deployment. A lot has happened since the initial release of v1.0 in November, and not just in our changelog. Here are some of the highlights.
Curiefense is now a CNCF Sandbox Project, and we’re already making substantial progress in conforming the project to CNCF standards.
The project has earned the CII Best Practices Badge from the Linux Foundation.
We have launched a podcast: “ Committing to Cloud Native.” Along with discussing news and current events in the community, we’ll be documenting our journey as we integrate Curiefense into the cloud native ecosystem. Hopefully, the lessons we learn along the way can be useful to others who travel this path later.
Now you can try Curiefense without having to install anything. Our first scenario on Katacoda provides you with a live, remotely-accessible environment, and walks you through Curiefense’s initial deployment, management UI, and dashboards. More scenarios are on the way. Be sure to check out our short explainer video.
Curiefense has been an “open book” project from day one, and we’re continuing to make data even easier to access. Recently we have:
To join the Curiefense workspace on Slack, just email email@example.com for an invite.
Curiefense is maintained by Reblaze, which is making significant investments into its development. That being said, Curiefense is a CNCF project, and is vendor-neutral.
We ask anyone who is interested to join us (including competitors). Our goal is to provide the community with a robust cloud native security solution for Envoy Proxy, and all are welcome. The more we work together, the better it will be for everyone.
The Curiefense team would like to thank: