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Propose spiffe and spire for graduation #778

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@anvega anvega commented Jan 31, 2022

The SPIFFE and SPIRE projects were started with an ambitious vision: to automatically provide every workloads in a distributed system with an identity that is cryptographically verifiable, automatically rotated, interoperable and portable. The goal is an interoperable workload identity format (SPIFFE), and supporting tooling to issue those identities (SPIRE), that allows components in a distributed system to ensure the authenticity, integrity and confidentiality of messages passed between them.

The growth of the SPIFFE and SPIRE projects, with support from the CNCF as it moved through the Sandbox and Incubation phases, is evidenced in many dimensions ranging from maturity and robustness to improved user experience and broader reach.

We believe the projects meet the criteria for graduation and are currently looking for a TOC sponsor.

Signed-off-by: Andres Vega andresv@vmware.com

The SPIFFE and SPIRE projects were started with an ambitious vision: to automatically provide every workloads in a distributed system with an identity that is cryptographically verifiable, automatically rotated, interoperable and portable. The goal is an interoperable workload identity format (SPIFFE), and supporting tooling to issue those identities (SPIRE), that allows components in a distributed system to ensure the authenticity, integrity and confidentiality of messages passed between them. 

The growth of the SPIFFE and SPIRE projects, with support from the CNCF as it moved through the Sandbox and Incubation phases, is evidenced in many dimensions ranging from maturity and robustness to improved user experience and broader reach. 

We believe the projects meet the criteria for graduation and are currently looking for a TOC sponsor.

Signed-off-by: Andres Vega <andresv@vmware.com>
@amye amye added this to Needs TOC Triage & Public Comment Kickoff in Graduating Projects Backlog Jan 31, 2022
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anvega commented Feb 1, 2022

Note: The stylization of the project names spelled in lowercase in the PR title is intentional but solely represents my personal preference and not that of the rest of the steering committee or the project maintainers. The spelling of the project names in lowercase is not conformant with historic use nor conventional style. While we don’t have a formally documented style guide, the projects have historically been spelled in uppercase, and appear as such in all the documentation, the CNCF website, literature, etc. with the exception of the spiffe logo.

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Signed-off-by: Andres Vega <andresv@vmware.com>
adds links to book and katacoda

the stats are fairly fluid and the numbers captured are a close approximation at the time of this pr
- Project Tornjak launched, a web-based UI for managing SPIRE deployments

- SPIRE released support for serverless platforms

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Is there any serverless platform that uses this

@amye amye moved this from Needs TOC Triage & Public Comment Kickoff to In Public Comment Period in Graduating Projects Backlog Jul 26, 2022
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tashimi commented Jul 27, 2022

+1 Super excited to see this milestone!!!

@caniszczyk caniszczyk merged commit 28f0d39 into cncf:main Aug 23, 2022
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caniszczyk added a commit to cncf/landscape that referenced this pull request Aug 23, 2022
cncf/toc#778

Signed-off-by: Chris Aniszczyk <caniszczyk@gmail.com>
caniszczyk added a commit to cncf/landscape that referenced this pull request Aug 23, 2022
cncf/toc#778

Signed-off-by: Chris Aniszczyk <caniszczyk@gmail.com>

Signed-off-by: Chris Aniszczyk <caniszczyk@gmail.com>
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