Submitting blog posts and case studies
Anyone can write a blog post and submit it for review. Case studies require extensive review before they’re approved.
Write a blog post
Blog posts should not be vendor pitches. They must contain content that applies broadly to the Kubernetes community. The SIG Docs blog subproject manages the review process for blog posts. For more information, see Submit a post.
To submit a blog post, you can either:
- Use the Kubernetes blog submission form
- Open a pull request with a new blog post. Create new blog posts in the
If you open a pull request, ensure that your blog post follows the correct naming conventions and frontmatter information:
- The markdown file name must follow the format
YYY-MM-DD-Your-Title-Here.md. For example,
- The front matter must include the following:
--- layout: blog title: "Your Title Here" date: YYYY-MM-DD slug: text-for-URL-link-here-no-spaces ---
Submit a case study
Case studies highlight how organizations are using Kubernetes to solve real-world problems. The Kubernetes marketing team and members of the CNCFCloud Native Computing Foundation collaborate with you on all case studies.
Have a look at the source for the existing case studies.
Refer to the case study guidelines and submit your request as outlined in the guidelines.
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