We’re highlighting the best of the cloud native open source community to give thanks as well as to inspire and motivate.
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Open Policy Agent
co-creator and maintainer
spreading the word about TiKV to English speakers
The incubating project recently completed a security audit with Jepsen.
What is CNCF?
The Cloud Native Computing Foundation builds sustainable ecosystems and fosters communities to support the growth and health of cloud native open source software.Join
News and Customer Testimonials
SiliconANGLE: "Shelves are well-stocked with cloud-native tools, but simplicity remains a moving target"
Cloud-native technologies have become ubiquitous. The latest survey from the Cloud Native Computing Foundation shows that more than half of graduated projects have achieved more than 50% use in production, with...Read Now
This month’s release of Harbor 2.0 adds support for all Open Container Initiative (OCI) artifacts, making it the first OCI-compliant open source registry “capable of storing a multitude of cloud...Read Now
An update to the Harbor container registry that adds support for the Open Container Initiative (OCI) specification for Kubernetes clusters is now generally available. READ MORERead Now
The CNCF collaborates with more than 550 members, including all of the world’s largest cloud computing and software companies, as well as over 200 innovative startups. Join your peers in helping build and shape the cloud native ecosystem.
“Having certifications and foundation membership helps our customers know that we have passed many filters established by a rock-solid community of cloud native companies, developers, and enthusiasts. That helps our business. And as an open source consumer, we have a responsibility to support CNCF. “
Mark Brandon, CEO and Co-Founder of Qbox.
End User Community
CNCF’s End User Community includes over 140 top companies and startups that depend on cloud native technologies and are committed to collaborative infrastructure development. The End User Community is an active participant in key technology decisions by CNCF-hosted projects. Jeff Brewer of Intuit and Katie Gamanji of American Express are the End User representatives to the Technical Oversight Committee.
Events and Webinars
CNCF Member Webinar: 20,000 Upgrades Later, Lessons From a Year of Managed Kubernetes UpgradesJun 2 2020
CNCF Member Webinar: Trivy Open Source Scanner for Container Images – Just Download and Run!Jun 3 2020
CNCF Member Webinar: How to better understand K8s workloads using OctantJun 3 2020
Events We'll Be At
Training, Certification, & Jobs
KubeCon + CloudNativeCon Community
Don’t miss your chance to engage with the growing community at KubeCon + CloudNativeCon Europe being held in Amsterdam August 17-20.
KubeCon + CloudNativeCon 2019 Highlights
“CNCF events are without exception the smoothest (from the attendee side), highest value, and most welcoming I have attended in over thirty years of doing this.” - Roger Klorese, SUSE