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The Cloud Native Computing Foundation announces its first certified Kubernetes providers

With Kubernetes steadily gaining traction among enterprises invested in application container development, the Cloud Native Computing Foundation has named six companies among its founding class of Kubernetes Certified Service Providers. The CNCF said the KCSP designation means that Accenture Plc, Booze Allen Hamilton Inc., Canonical Ltd., CoreOS Inc., Giant Swarm GmbH and Samsung SDS are […] The post The Cloud Native Computing Foundation announces its first certified Kubernetes providers appeared first on SiliconANGLE.
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