Where is Amazon Web Services Inc. on its timeline for baking in more cloud-native services now that it’s joined the Cloud Native Computing Foundation, and when will we see related products? Looking to answer these questions and others,...Show More Summary
If you can't beat them, join them. That's what Amazon Web Services (AWS), did when it officially joined the Cloud Native Computing Foundation (CNCF) on Wednesday, just two weeks after Microsoft joined as well. With Amazon's membership,...Show More Summary
When AWS today became a full-fledged member of the container standards body, the Cloud Native Computing Foundation, it represented a significant milestone. By joining Google, IBM, Microsoft, Red Hat and just about every company that matters in the space, AWS has acknowledged that when it comes to container management, standards matter. Read More
Throwing its support behind open-source projects in the dawning era of cloud computing, Amazon Web Services Inc. today joined the Cloud Native Computing Foundation as a top-tier “platinum” member. The move by Amazon.com Inc.’s cloudShow More Summary
Amazon Web Services has joined the Cloud Native Computing Foundation as a platinum member, the two organizations announced today, in a major move to support open source projects that help developers build modern applications. Adrian Cockcroft, AWS’ vice president of cloud architecture, will join the CNCF governing board. The move shows Amazon’s commitment to some […]
Amazon Web Services is joining the Kubernetes DevOps group, the Cloud Native Computing Foundation, as a platinum member.
Microsoft is joining Google, Alibaba, and IBM in the Cloud Native Computing Foundation to accelerate the development and adoption of the Kubernetes container orchestration program.
Microsoft today announced that they have joined the Cloud Native Computing Foundation (CNCF) as a platinum member to accelerate enterprise adoption of cloud native technologies and practices. CNCF is a project of Linux Foundation that...Show More Summary
While the relatively new maxim “Every company should be a software company” and variants thereof are repeated many times a day, few organizations really understand exactly what this will mean for them. The ability to deploy softwareShow More Summary
Google today announced that it is donating gRPC, its high performance remote procedure call (RPC) framework, to the Cloud Native Computing Foundation (CNCF). The CNCF is already the open-source home of the Google-incubated Kubernetes...Show More Summary
The Cloud Native Computing Foundation (CNCF), the open source group that’s also the home of the popular Kubernetes container management system, today announced that it has added Linkered as its fifth hosted project. Linkerd (pronounced...Show More Summary
The Cloud Native Computing Foundation, which is tasked […]
The open source Kubernetes container management project is probably the most popular of the various competing container management services available today. The Cloud Native Compute Foundation, which plays host to the open source side...Show More Summary
Are you running Docker containers in production? Ready to share your story with the industry’s top developers, end users, and vendors? Cloud native computing uses an open source software stack to deploy applications as microservices,...Show More Summary
Posted by Terrence Ryan, Developer Advocate Last week at OSCON, a couple of us Google Cloud Platform developer advocates participated in a hackathon with the Kubernetes team and the Cloud Native Computing Foundation as part of the OSCON Contribute series. Show More Summary
The Cloud Native Computing Foundation (CNCF), an organi […]
The Linux Foundation is teaming up with 18 technology g […]
Today, Google announced that it's turned over one of its key technologies to a new industry consortium — the Cloud Native Computing Foundation, an industry association dedicated to helping developers build web apps the way the big companies do. Show More Summary
Google is turning over its container management program, Kubernetes, to this new open-source foundation.
No fewer than 18 companies are coming together today to establish the Cloud Native Computing Foundation, a standards body that will provide shared governance for tools that companies can use when deploying applications in Linux containers — an alternative to longstanding virtual-machine technology. Show More Summary