As CNCF approaches its 4th year anniversary, the community has grown to sustain over 30 projects and 450 members. It has become one of the most successful open source organizations in terms of impact which you can see from the 2018 annual report and the Kubernetes Project Journey Report, published this week. It’s important to highlight the role of neutral…
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As part of a new Archiving Process initiated earlier this year, CNCF announced today that the Technical Oversight Committee (TOC) has voted to archive the rkt project. All open source projects are subject to a lifecycle and can become less active for a number of reasons. In rkt’s case, despite its initial popularity following its creation in December 2014, and…
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Last year, the Cloud Native Computing Foundation (CNCF) began the process of performing and open sourcing third-party security audits for its projects in order to improve the overall security of our ecosystem. The idea was to start with a handful of projects and gather feedback from the CNCF community as to whether or not this pilot program was useful. The…
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GitHub Also Chronicles Journey With Kubernetes The CNCF End User Community elected Sam Lambert, Senior Director of Infrastructure Engineering at GitHub, to the End User Technical Operating Committee (TOC) seat this week. Sam will join the other TOC members, representing the end user community. GitHub has recently adopted Kubernetes. “We are thrilled to welcome Sam Lambert from GitHub to the…
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By: Chris Aniszczyk, COO at the Cloud Native Computing Foundation (CNCF) Last week at Open Source Summit North America, I took the keynote stage to announce that the CNCF TOC voted in our 11th and 12th projects; Envoy and Jaeger. Supporting a dozen projects in 2 years from the Foundation’s start is a major milestone and a key indicator of…
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Each year, FOSDEM attracts more than 8,000 developers – as Josh Berkus, the project atomic community lead at Red Hat, puts it, the event is “a great way to reach a large number of open source geeks, community members and potential contributors.” Richard Hartmann, project director and system architect at SpaceNet AG, even dubbed it “the largest of its kind…
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Top open source, container and cloud native technologists, including multiple founding members of the Kubernetes project, will gather to further the education and advancement of cloud native computing SAN FRANCISCO – September 15, 2016 – The Cloud Native Computing Foundation, which is advancing the development of open source software stacks that orchestrate containers of microservices, today announced initial programming and…
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