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Graduation review for Fluentd #69

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lukaszgryglicki commented Jan 17, 2018

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lukaszgryglicki commented Jan 17, 2018

New affiliations will be on prod today, ETA about 1-3 hours from now.

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lukaszgryglicki commented Jan 17, 2018

K8s, Prometheus, OpenTracing, Fluentd is finished on prod, remaining (linkerd, gRPC, CoreDNS, containerd) are WIP ATM, but will be ready soon.
You can use fluentd.devstats.cncf.io now, it contains newest affiliations data.

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edsiper commented Aug 14, 2018

UPDATE

Fluentd graduation request has been updated:

  • add docker hub download stats
  • add companies using in production at scale
  • update maintainers list

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ghost commented Aug 14, 2018

Could you please provide a brief update on the incubation criteria, and provide some color in cases where metrics are stable or have declined relative to 18 months ago. I'm thinking specifically of the following:

  • Healthy number of committers
  • Substantial ongoing flow of commits and merged contributions

... where superficially it looks like metrics may have declined. Clearly this might correlate with transitioning towards maintenance mode, but there may be other explanations worth clarifying.


### Understanding Fluentd and it Ecosystem

Fluentd have a different ecosystem model that other projects, it's composed by a small and stable code base and most of the functionalities are available through plugins which can be: inputs, filters, parsers, buffers and outputs.
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nit: than other projects

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fixed, thanks.

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edsiper commented Aug 15, 2018

@quinton-hoole thanks for the feedback.

I've added a new section called Progress since joining CNCF as an incubation project on December 2016 with some insights.

About contributors to Fluentd and it ecosystem please refer to the following dashboard that documents the contribution in the last quarter:

https://fluentd.devstats.cncf.io/d/7/contributing-companies?orgId=1&var-period=q&var-repogroup_name=All

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edsiper commented Aug 17, 2018

Hi ToC & CNCF (cc: @caniszczyk @dankohn)

thanks for your time reviewing and providing feedback on this proposal. All your public/private suggestions have been considered and are reflected in the latest changes on this pull request.

Fluentd team would like to ask for an official voting process in the next ToC meeting (August 21th). We appreciate your consideration.

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caniszczyk commented Aug 20, 2018

@edsiper I put it on the docket for the @cncf/toc to review at tomorrow's meeting on whether to vote or request more information.

Thanks for updating the proposal.

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ghost commented Aug 21, 2018

@edsiper Thanks, but the dashboard you linked to shows a 50% decline in contributing companies between March 2017 and June 2018. Similarly a drop in developer of around 25% between Mar 2018 and June 2018. I would like you to explain why that is so.

https://fluentd.devstats.cncf.io/d/7/contributing-companies?orgId=1&var-period=q&var-repogroup_name=All

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edsiper commented Aug 21, 2018

@quinton-hoole thanks for pointing that. Honestly we don't have a reason for the why, note that is visible only on Fluentd core, it's hard to know. But what we see is the continue creation and update of extensions/plugins made by the community (other companies and individuals) plus adoption.

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ghost commented Aug 21, 2018

Thanks @edsiper , that makes sense. Please add a short note to that effect in the PR for completeness.

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edsiper commented Aug 21, 2018

@quinton-hoole done, note added at bottom of Understanding Fluentd and it Ecosystem section. thanks again.

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ghost commented Aug 22, 2018

Perfect, thanks.

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caniszczyk commented Oct 4, 2018

Just giving the @cncf/toc and folks an update on this, the trademark/legal dance took longer than expected on this but we will be moving forward soon with a vote on this.

@caniszczyk caniszczyk added this to In progress (due diligence) in TOC Project Backlog Oct 10, 2018
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quinton-hoole commented Nov 5, 2018

Does fluentd have any official statements regarding security?

I've found a few third-party blogs like the one below, but have not been able to find any statements around security in the official fluentd documentation?

https://banzaicloud.com/blog/k8s-logging-tls/

See also #145

I tried checking the CII report for Fluentd, but unfortunately their web site is currently down:

https://bestpractices.coreinfrastructure.org/projects/1189

Any help in understanding fluentd's stance wrt secure logging would be appreciated.

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edsiper commented Nov 13, 2018

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From a security context and due to the nature of the tool, Fluentd cares about security when delivering the logs over the network offering optional TLS, but note this is optional and users decide when to enable it if the output plugin support that mode (e.g: Elasticsearch users sometimes uses HTTP and others HTTPs)

We are currently scheduling a security audit for Fluentd and this is being handled by CNCF, our initial meeting should be shortly.

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edsiper commented Jan 17, 2019

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bgrant0607 commented Jan 25, 2019

@caniszczyk caniszczyk moved this from In progress (due diligence) to TOC Approved (sponsors/voting) in TOC Project Backlog Feb 5, 2019
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edsiper commented Mar 25, 2019

update Fluentd Graduation document has been updated with current statistics

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caniszczyk commented Apr 11, 2019

congrats on graduating :)

@caniszczyk caniszczyk moved this from TOC Approved (sponsors/voting) to Done in TOC Project Backlog Apr 11, 2019
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