Topic: cloud native computing foundation

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CNCF: Kubernetes code diversity indicates a healthy community

It should come as no surprise that Kubernetes has skyrocketed in popularity. Since joining the Cloud Native Computing Foundation (CNCF), the project has seen widespread adoption and it seems to be all anyone can talk about in the industry. Since it joined the CNCF, the number of companies actively contributing to Kubernetes has grown 2,000 … continue reading

Oracle revealed the Oracle Linux Cloud Native Environment

Oracle is giving users an easier way to develop microservices-based applications. The company announced the Oracle Linux Cloud Native Environment at Oracle Open World in San Francisco this week. According to Oracle, enterprises that are trying to decompose their apps into microservices are having a hard time finding the right technologies to help speed up … continue reading

The Linux Foundation to unite network automation and cloud-native communities

The Linux Foundation has announced a new collaboration between the Cloud Native Computing Foundation and the LF Networking community at the Open Networking Summit in Europe today. As part of the collaboration, the foundation will help with the migration of Virtual Network Functions (VFN) to Cloud-native Functions (CNFs). According to the foundation, networks need to … continue reading

Cortex becomes CNCF project

The Cloud Native Computing Foundation has accepted Cortex as a CNCF Sandbox project. Cortex is an open-source Prometheus as a Service monitoring solution. “Cortex is an open-source tool that provides horizontally scalable, multi-tenant, long term storage for Prometheus metrics when used as a remote write destination, and a horizontally scalable, Prometheus-compatible query API,” the company … continue reading

Linkerd 2.0 from CNCF enters general availability, now a “service sidecar”

The Cloud Native Computing Foundation has launched version 2.0 of Linkerd, which provides service discovery, routing, failure handling, and visibility for applications. This release introduces a more incremental scale and features “improvements to performance, resource consumption, and ease of use,” the company said in the announcement. The company explained that the project has been reconfigured … continue reading

The CNCF sees a surge in cloud-native adoption

The industry is fully jumping on board with cloud-native technologies. The Cloud Native Computing Foundation released its bi-annual CNCF survey at the Open Source Summit in Vancouver last week and found the use of cloud-native technologies in production has grown more than 200 percent since December 2017. The survey is based off of 2,400 responses … continue reading

Google Cloud invests $9 million in Kubernetes development

Google Cloud is officially giving up the ownership and management of its open-source Kubernetes project’s cloud resources to the Cloud Native Computing Foundation (CNCF). Google first introduced the open-source container orchestrator in 2014. In 2015, the company contributed the project to the CNCF.   As part of this transfer, the company is funding the move … continue reading

Helm joins the CNCF as an incubation-level project

The Cloud Native Computing Foundation has announced that it has voted to accept Helm as an incubation-level project. Helm is a package manager providing a simple way to find, share, and use software built for Kubernetes. By removing the complexity from configuration and deployment, it allows developers to be more productive. “Helm addresses a common … continue reading

10 use cases for serverless

The idea of serverless computing is not new, but it is only now becoming more popular in the industry. According to Chris Aniszczyk, CTO and COO of the Cloud Native Computing Foundation (CNCF), the introduction of AWS Lambda in 2014 really popularized the concept. AWS Lambda was followed up by the announcements of IBM OpenWhisk … continue reading

Kubernetes 1.10 now available

Following its graduation from the Cloud Native Computing Foundation (CNCF), the CNCF has announced the release of Kubernetes 1.10. The release focuses on three areas: storage, security and networking. “As the Kubernetes community has grown, our release process represents an amazing demonstration of collaboration in open source software development. Kubernetes continues to gain new users at a … continue reading

CNCF deepens its role in the serverless computing world

The idea of serverless has been around for more than ten years, but it still is a relatively new concept to a majority of the industry. A recent survey conducted by the Cloud Native Computing Foundation revealed 41 percent of respondents are using serverless technology, 31 percent aren’t, and 28 percent plan to within the … continue reading

KubeCon: CoreOS Tectonic, open source Kubernetes Tools from Oracle, Kasten, and more

The Cloud Native Computing Foundation kicked off their KubeCon + CloudNativeCon North America conference, dedicated to Kubernetes and cloud native technologies, in Austin, Texas today with the announcement of 31 new members, including AppsCode, CA, Datadog, Grafana Labs, InfluxData, HPE and Kasten. “KubeCon + CloudNativeCon is the polestar for practitioners of Kubernetes and other cloud … continue reading

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