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Cloud Native Computing Foundation Announces Application Delivery SIG

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Newly formed CNCF SIG will push forward collaboration and innovation in application building, deployment, management, and operation

SAN FRANCISCO, Calif. – September 12, 2019The Cloud Native Computing Foundation® (CNCF®), which builds sustainable ecosystems for cloud native software, today announced the creation of a new Special Interest Group (SIG) focused on Application Delivery. The Application Delivery SIG has been bootstrapped since SIGs were approved by the Technical Oversight Committee (TOC) in June, and joins the existing Security and Storage SIGs.

The CNCF Application Delivery SIG will work to develop best practices, foster collaboration between projects, improve tool interoperability and propose new initiatives and projects. The focus of the group will be on delivering cloud native applications and it will engage primarily with CNCF projects in the application management space, including Brigade, Buildpacks, CloudEvents, Flux, Helm and Kubernetes. This will also include serverless, which has been a focus for CNCF through its Serverless Working Group (formed in early 2017) and Serverless Interactive Landscape

“SIGs serve an important purpose in the CNCF community to help scale and focus development. CNCF SIGs develop informational resources to give the community a deeper understanding of best practices and help identify suitable projects and gaps in the project landscape working closely with the TOC,” said Chris Aniszczyk, CTO, CNCF. “We’re excited about the creation of the CNCF Application Delivery SIG and we look forward to the creation of more focused CNCF SIGs as we scale out our community.” 

CNCF SIGs oversee and coordinate the interests and needs of end users and projects in a particular area. By definition, they are long-lived groups that report to the TOC, and are led primarily by recognized experts in the relevant field and supported by other contributors. In this case, Alexis Richardson and Michelle Noorali will serve as the TOC liaisons, and Alois Reitbauer, Bryan Liles and Lei Zhang have been elected as co-chairs. 

“With the Application Delivery SIG, we’re looking to bring clarity to and address a crucial part of the application lifecycle, from building to deploying and optimizing applications in cloud native environments,” said Michelle Noorali, senior software engineer, Microsoft and CNCF TOC member. “It will prove incredibly beneficial to have a group dedicated to working with the community to identify any gaps in projects and collaborate on important ideas spanning the ecosystem as it relates to application delivery, and to push forward standardization in application delivery tools and processes. We look forward to working more closely with AppDev and Ops engineers.”

CNCF broadly divides developers into three groups – infrastructure developers, application development (AppDev), operations (Ops) and testing, and application or software developers. Infrastructure developers have traditionally been CNCF’s core constituency, as they lead their enterprise through the steps of the Cloud Native Trailmap. However, with the Application Delivery SIG, CNCF will focus on another important subset of developers, those who work in AppDev, Ops and testing.

The SIG will produce supporting material and best practices for end-users, and provide guidance and coordination for CNCF projects working within the SIG’s scope. As a first step, the SIG will begin work on a whitepaper explaining the current state of cloud native applications.

To learn more about SIGs, AppDev and more cloud native topics join CNCF for the upcoming KubeCon + CloudNativeCon events, including KubeCon + CloudNativeCon NA in San Diego November 18-21 and KubeCon + CloudNativeCon EU in Amsterdam March 30 – April 2, 2020. 

Additional Resources

About Cloud Native Computing Foundation

Cloud native computing empowers organizations to build and run scalable applications with an open source software stack in public, private, and hybrid clouds. The Cloud Native Computing Foundation (CNCF) hosts critical components of the global technology infrastructure, including Kubernetes, Prometheus, and Envoy. CNCF brings together the industry’s top developers, end users, and vendors, and runs the largest open source developer conferences in the world. Supported by more than 450 members, including the world’s largest cloud computing and software companies, as well as over 200 innovative startups, CNCF is part of the nonprofit Linux Foundation. For more information, please visit www.cncf.io.

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Cloud Native Computing Foundation Announces Schedule for KubeCon + CloudNativeCon San Diego

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Foundation’s largest event yet is expected to host 12,000 attendees 

SAN FRANCISCO, Calif. – September 5, 2019The Cloud Native Computing Foundation® (CNCF®), which builds sustainable ecosystems for cloud native software, today announced the session line-up for KubeCon + CloudNativeCon North America on November 18-21 in San Diego. Experts from Amazon, Google, Nokia, Salesforce, Visa, and VMware will be giving over 200 sessions, keynotes, lightning talks and breakout sessions in addition to over 100 other sessions hosted by project maintainers. 

Returning to the US for the fourth time, CNCF’s flagship conference, KubeCon + CloudNativeCon North America will bring together a record-breaking 12,000 developers and other technologists to advance cloud native computing. Maintainers, contributors, and end users of CNCF’s hosted projects – including Kubernetes, Prometheus, OpenTracing, Fluentd, gRPC, containerd, CNI, Envoy, Jaeger, Notary, TUF, Vitess, CoreDNS, NATS, Linkerd, Helm, Rook, Harbor, etcd, Open Policy Agent, CRI-O, and TiKV – and other open source cloud native technologies will gather for four days to share insights around and encourage participation in this fast-growing ecosystem. Register for KubeCon + CloudNativeCon North America by September 10 to save up to $200.

Conference co-chairs, Vicki Cheung of Lyft and Bryan Liles of VMware, led a program committee of more than 80 experts to review over 1,800 submissions to curate this diverse line-up of speakers. The agenda this year features a plethora of engaging topics including application & development, case studies, CI/CD, community, customizing & extending Kubernetes, machine learning & data, networking, observability, operations, performance, runtimes, security, identity & policy, serverless, service mesh and storage. 

“This has been a really exciting year to be a co-chair for KubeCon + CloudNativeCon,” said Vicki Cheung, Engineering Manager at Lyft and conference co-chair. “The number of inspiring, thoughtful and informative submission has been mind-blowing. We feel confident that attendees will come away from this conference with much more technical knowledge and real world experiences than they had walking in.” 

“With so many amazing submissions, it was extremely hard this year to widdle it down to the incredible line up we will have in San Diego this year,” said Bryan Liles, Senior Staff Engineer at VMware and conference co-chair. “Attendees can expect a stellar agenda full of sessions that will enable them to walk away with new insights and real-world experiences that will help them deploy these new technologies.”

The community-curated schedule will feature sessions from leading open source technologists, including:

  • “10 Weird Ways To Blow Up Your Kubernetes” – Melanie Cebula, Airbnb
  • “Building a Medical AI With Kubernetes and Kubeflow” – Jeremie Vallee, Babylon Health
  • “Moving from Legacy Infrastructure to the Cloud in a Government Organization” – Chris Carty, City Of Ottawa
  • “Creating a micro open-source community with Helm” – Katie Gamanji, Condé Nast International
  • “eBay Search On K8s” – Mohnish Kodnani, eBay
  • “Writing a Kubernetes Operator: the Hard Parts” – Sebastien Guilloux, Elastic
  • Kubernetes in Your 4×4 – Continuous Deployment Directly to the Car – Rafal Kowalski, Grape Up
  • Keynote: E2E 5G Network Services are Going Cloud Native – Heather Kirksey, Linux Foundation, Azhay Sayeed, China Mobile
  • “Panel: What’s essential in an OSS Project Launch Playbook?” – Moderated by Karen Chu, Microsoft
  • Build Your Own Private 5G Network on Kubernetes – Frank Zdarsky, Red Hat
  • “A Series of Fortunate CloudEvents” – Ian Coffey, Salesforce
  • “Containing the container: developer experience vs strict security posture” – Christina Valdes, Verizon
  • “PaaS for the Masses – Visa’s Containerization Journey” – Saran Sivashanmugam, Visa

CNCF and other organizations are also hosting the following Day 0 Co-Located Events immediately prior to KubeCon + CloudNativeCon, occurring on Monday, November 18 – if interested, attendees should plan their attendance when booking flights and hotel:

The full KubeCon + CloudNativeCon North America program.

Thank You to Our Sponsors

KubeCon + CloudNativeCon is made possible with support from diamond sponsors: Cisco, Google Cloud, Intel, Microsoft Azure, Red Hat and VMware; platinum sponsors: Amazon Web Services, Apple, Aqua Security, Ballerina, Canonical, Capital One, CloudBees, D2iQ, DivvyCloud, Docker, Dynatrace, F5 Networks, GitLab, Hewlett Packard Enterprise, IBM Cloud, JFrog, Juniper Networks, Kong, LogDNA, Mirantis, NetApp, New Relic, Oracle, Pivotal, Portworx, Rancher, StackRox, SUSE, Sysdig, Tigera, Turbonomic and Twistlock, and many more gold, silver, start-up, end user and media sponsors. 

Registration and Accommodations

Register by September 10 at 11:59pm local time to save $200 on conference passes. Hotel room rate discounts are also available until sold out so book early. 

CNCF Diversity Scholarship

CNCF offers diversity scholarships, which provides support to those from traditionally underrepresented and/or marginalized groups in the technology and/or open source communities who may not otherwise have the opportunity to attend CNCF events for financial reasons. Deadline to apply is Monday, September 9. 

Additional Resources

About Cloud Native Computing Foundation

Cloud native computing empowers organizations to build and run scalable applications with an open source software stack in public, private, and hybrid clouds. The Cloud Native Computing Foundation (CNCF) hosts critical components of the global technology infrastructure, including Kubernetes, Prometheus, and Envoy. CNCF brings together the industry’s top developers, end users, and vendors, and runs the largest open source developer conferences in the world. Supported by more than 450 members, including the world’s largest cloud computing and software companies, as well as over 200 innovative startups, CNCF is part of the nonprofit Linux Foundation. For more information, please visit www.cncf.io.

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Cloud Native Computing Foundation Welcomes 48 New Members at Open Source Summit North America

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CNCF continues its rapid growth with new members including DailyMotion, GoDaddy, LinkedIn, and Vodafone, among others 

SAN DIEGO – Open Source Summit North America –  The Cloud Native Computing Foundation® (CNCF®), which builds sustainable ecosystems for cloud native software, today announced that 48 new members and end user supporters have joined the Foundation. 

The cloud native ecosystem is growing and maturing rapidly; CNCF now hosts 23 incubating and graduated projects, including leading cloud native technologies Kubernetes and Prometheus. As the Foundation surpasses 450 members, many of its open source leaders, project maintainers, and end users are attending the Linux Foundation’s Open Source Summit to advance open source innovation and cooperation.

“It has been exciting to watch the rapid growth of the cloud native ecosystem. CNCF Meetups are now hosted in more than 200 locations and our membership base has doubled in just one year, to 469 today,” said Dan Kohn, Executive Director of the Cloud Native Computing Foundation. “We are very pleased to welcome these new members to the CNCF and look forward to seeing the continued technological innovation as cloud native powers more of the world’s most critical infrastructure.”

Last month, CNCF added a new Member Landscape to its interactive Cloud Native Landscape that features details on all 469 CNCF members. The landscape allows sorting and filtering by numerous attributes, such as technology category or by the 38 countries in which members are based.

These new members will join CNCF for the upcoming KubeCon + CloudNativeCon events, including KubeCon + CloudNativeCon NA in San Diego November 18-21 and our KubeCon + CloudNativeCom EU in Amsterdam March 30 – April 2, 2020. 

About the newest Silver Members:

  • Aiven provides fully-managed open source database and messaging systems that users can launch in the cloud of their choice within minutes.
  • ArecaBay enables InfoSec and DevOps teams to discover, monitor, and secure APIs, especially Private APIs that are Cloud-enabled. 
  • Carbon Relay provides Red Sky Ops, an AIOps platform for scaling and managing Kubernetes applications using machine learning.
  • CAIH Container Cloud provides enterprise-level Cloud Native, CICD and DevOps products, solutions and best practices to help enterprises modernize application architecture, maximize productivity, lower operational costs, and accelerate enterprise innovation.
  • cnvrg.io is an end-to-end data science platform, helping teams manage, build and automate machine learning pipelines from research to production. 
  • Commvault is a worldwide leader in delivering data readiness to organizations around the World.
  • Datadrivers are experts on Datacenter Automation, Big Data Engineering, BI and AI, specialized in designing and building cloud-aware and secure environments on Data Driven Infrastructure helping you to apply modern enterprise architecture to your business.
  • DriveScale instantly turns any data center into an elastic bare-metal cloud with on-demand instances of compute, GPU and storage, including NVMe over Fabrics, to deliver the exact resources a workload needs, and to expand, reduce or replace resources on the fly.
  • Dudaji is a machine learning and deep learning service accelerator using Kubernetes and Kubeflow in South Korea.
  • Epsagon provides automated monitoring and troubleshooting for modern applications whether microservices and serverless, using distributed, automated tracing of every request in a transaction and integrated logging and tracing in a single interface.
  • Flowmill is an observability solution designed to provide a complete picture of a distributed application and accelerate fault resolution by tracing every connection with negligible overhead and no code changes.
  • Fullstaq is the leading expert in the fields of Open Source, DevOps & Cloud-native solutions in the BeNeLux.
  • GoDaddy helps the world easily start, confidently grow, and successfully run an online presence.
  • Inovex supports companies with comprehensive solutions in digitizing their core business and implementing new digital use cases.
  • Kenzan is a software engineering and full-service digital consulting firm that strategizes, develops and delivers cutting-edge software solutions that transform businesses into technology organizations.  
  • KubeGrid.com is a platform for managing a large number of Kubernetes clusters in one place. KubeGrid makes it easy to deploy, update, and migrate kubernetes clusters across a wide range of environment types, including Linux and Windows-based systems, and cloud-based, on-prem, and edge installations.
  • MacStadium is the leading provider of enterprise-class Apple Mac infrastructure-as-a-service providing scalable, reliable, and secure private clouds and dedicated servers for workloads that require macOS.
  • Mavenir is the industry’s only end to end, cloud native network software provider for CSPs.
  • Mia-Platform is the API & Microservices Management Platform that brings an integrated offer of technology and know-how of methods and processes: the ideal solution to turn every company into a digital platform and develop its competitiveness.
  • Micro Focus provides the critical software customers need to build, operate, secure, and analyze their enterprise in the race to digital transformation.  
  • Morpheus Data is a 100% agnostic multi-cloud and container management platform designed to enable self-service automation and orchestration of bare metal, VM, and containerized applications both on-prem and in the public cloud.
  • NuoDB enables enterprises to move beyond the limitations of traditional SQL databases with a modern cloud-native and cloud-agnostic SQL database for enterprise critical transactional applications.
  • Odo is an agentless, zero-trust network access platform that helps IT and DevOps engineers simplify, secure and scale network access across multi-cloud and on-premises infrastructures. 
  • Pega is the leader in software for customer engagement and operational excellence, empowering people to rapidly deploy and easily extend and change applications to meet strategic business needs.
  • Rafay Systems enables DevOps and SRE teams to automate application lifecycle and cluster configuration management across on-premise and cloud-based Kubernetes clusters through a turnkey SaaS platform.
  • Raginghot customizes open-source projects to fit in enterprise’s personal demands and to bring the full power of Kubernetes to enterprises and help them get the most use of it.
  • Samsung Electronics (Networks), the world’s leading industry innovator, touted its completion of developing its end-to-end 5G solutions including Cloud-Native system, introducing a variety of compelling use cases and differentiated services of next generation technology.
  • Scaleway is a Cloud Service Provider providing infrastructure as a service and advanced, managed, platform services.
  • Scytale, a founding contributor to the SPIFFE and SPIRE projects, helps enterprise security, infrastructure, and software engineering teams standardize and scale service-to-service authentication across static and dynamic computing platforms.
  • SiteWhere is an open source, cloud native Internet of Things application enablement platform designed for implementing large-scale IoT projects such as smart cities.
  • SkyWiz is a highly skilled DevOps team, with outstanding capabilities in architecting, designing & deploying Cloud, Open-Source & AI solutions, which enhance customer’s efficiency, stability & development cycle by improving their cloud environment architecture.
  • Southbridge configures and supports highload servers and clusters. We assist our customers to adopt DevOps, to build CI/CD, to migrate to Kubernetes.
  • Storm Reply provides services along the entire cloud lifecycle and is specialized in design, implementation and 24X7 secure operation of innovative cloud-native solutions.
  • Talos is a modern, API-driven OS purpose-built for Kubernetes that lets you treat the cluster as the machine, so you can focus on your applications instead of managing the OS.
  • Verizon is one of the world’s leading providers of communications, information and entertainment products and services to consumers, businesses and governmental agencies.
  • Vodafone is a mobile telecommunications company that offers voice, messaging, and data services.
  • Wind River is a global leader in delivering software for the Internet of Things, with its technology powering the safest, most secure devices in the world since 1981 and found in more than 2 billion products.
  • Yotascale, a leader in Cost Management for AWS, provides Enterprises with the most accurate and complete picture of cloud cost on the market, differentiated by machine learning, ease of use, and customer success.

About the newest Nonprofit Member: 

  • Telecommunications Technology Association (TTA) is a statutory organization established in 1988 to support the establishment and dissemination of ICT standards as well as to provide testing &  certification service for related ICT technologies.

About the newest End-User Members & Supporters:

  • CarGurus is an online auto marketplace that brings trust and transparency to car shopping through proprietary technology, search algorithms, and data analytics.
  • Dailymotion, founded in 2005, is a global video streaming service that connects over 250 million entertainment-seekers to their personal world of news and entertainment.
  • eRoad Software is continuously dedicated to providing an integrated Mobile + Employee Services with a focus on Payroll for mid-to-large sized enterprises, supporting payroll management for 3000+ customers and more than 1,000,000 users in 480+ cities in China and 20+ countries.
  • Freddie Mac makes home possible for millions of families and individuals by providing mortgage capital to lenders.
  • G-Research is a leading quantitative research and technology company. By using the latest scientific techniques, we produce world-beating predictive research and build advanced technology to analyze the world’s data.
  • LinkedIn, founded in 2003, connects the world’s professionals to make them more productive and successful.
  • Lunar Way is a Nordic banking app designed to make handling your finances easy, transparent and fun.
  • Mambu is cloud-native banking platform that is changing the market through a composable banking approach.
  • Meltwater‘s media intelligence platform helps companies stay on top of billions of online conversations and make better, more informed decisions to drive brand perception based on insights from the outside
  • uSwitch is an online and telephone price comparison and switching service, helping consumers get a better deal on gas, electricity, broadband, TV services, mobiles and personal finance products including mortgages, credit cards, car and home insurance.

With the addition of these companies, there are now 104 organizations in the CNCF End User Community. This group regularly meets to share adoption best practices and feedback on project roadmaps and future projects for CNCF technical leaders to consider.

Additional Resources

About Cloud Native Computing Foundation

Cloud native computing empowers organizations to build and run scalable applications with an open source software stack in public, private, and hybrid clouds. The Cloud Native Computing Foundation (CNCF) hosts critical components of the global technology infrastructure, including Kubernetes, Prometheus, and Envoy. CNCF brings together the industry’s top developers, end users, and vendors, and runs the largest open source developer conferences in the world. Supported by more than 450 members, including the world’s largest cloud computing and software companies, as well as over 200 innovative startups, CNCF is part of the nonprofit Linux Foundation. For more information, please visit www.cncf.io.

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Cloud Native Computing Foundation Reaches 100 End User Community Members

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Community reaches significant milestone as cloud native adoption continues to grow

SAN FRANCISCO, Calif. – August 14, 2019 – The Cloud Native Computing Foundation® (CNCF®), which sustains and integrates open source technologies like Kubernetes® and Prometheus™, today announced that its End User Community has grown to 100 members. The CNCF End User Community consists of enterprises and startups that are committed to accelerating the adoption of cloud native technologies and improving the deployment experience.

According to IDC, by 2022, 90 percent of all apps will feature microservices architectures that improve the ability to leverage third-party code and 35 percent of all production apps will be cloud native. As cloud native computing is reaching an inflection point, it’s more important than ever for developers and organizations to collaborate, sharing best practices for implementation and building new technologies based on lessons learned.

“The End User Community is a crucial pillar of CNCF, providing feedback on projects, suggesting new projects, and ensuring the community remains vendor neutral,” said Cheryl Hung, Director of Ecosystem at Cloud Native Computing Foundation. “We are hugely grateful for these member organizations and their commitment to the cloud native community, and look forward to continued growth in both the development and use of cloud native technologies.”

Any organization that uses cloud native technologies internally, but does not sell cloud native services externally, is eligible to join the End User Community as a supporter or member. CNCF helps these end user members navigate the cloud native ecosystem, ensures their voices are well represented, and assists them in successfully adopting cloud native. 

“In serving as the liaison between CNCF’s End User Community and the Technical Oversight Committee (TOC), I’m able to experience first-hand the benefits for these companies, the CNCF community, and anyone using cloud native technologies,” says Jeff Brewer, Vice President, Chief Architect of the Small Business and Self Employed Group at Intuit and End User member on the TOC. “It’s exciting to be a part of the TOC that helps to influence and define the future direction for CNCF and its projects. And it’s important that the companies using these projects in the field can provide feedback and have a seat at the decision-making table.”

End User companies including Apple, CapitalOne, MUFG, Salesforce, The New York Times and many others will come together at CNCF’s flagship event, KubeCon + CloudNativeCon 2019 from November 18-21 in San Diego, California, as the community gathers for four days to further the education and advancement of cloud native computing.

Additional Resources

About Cloud Native Computing Foundation

Cloud native computing empowers organizations to build and run scalable applications with an open source software stack in public, private, and hybrid clouds. The Cloud Native Computing Foundation (CNCF) hosts critical components of the global technology infrastructure, including Kubernetes, Prometheus, and Envoy. CNCF brings together the industry’s top developers, end users, and vendors, and runs the largest open source developer conferences in the world. Supported by more than 450 members, including the world’s largest cloud computing and software companies, as well as over 200 innovative startups, CNCF is part of the nonprofit Linux Foundation. For more information, please visit www.cncf.io.

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The Cloud Native Computing Foundation Announces the Kubernetes Certified Service Providers Program Has Reached 100 Participants

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KCSP Program Has Grown Rapidly Since its Inception And Now Has Participants in 25 Countries

SAN FRANCISCO, Calif. – July 9, 2019 – The Cloud Native Computing Foundation® (CNCF®), which sustains open source technologies like Kubernetes® and Prometheus™, today announced that it has reached 100 Kubernetes Certified Service Providers (KCSP) since the program’s debut in September 2017. 

The KCSP program is a pre-qualified group of vetted service providers that have significant experience helping enterprises successfully adopt Kubernetes. KCSP partners offer support to organizations looking to leverage Kubernetes technology, including consulting, professional services and training. The goal of this program is to create an ecosystem of trusted partners to ensure adopting organizations feel supported in their production and operational needs. 

“Since the KCSP program was announced in late 2017, the number of partners has risen by 454% – from 22 to 100,” said Dan Kohn, Executive Director of the Cloud Native Computing Foundation. “This is a strong indicator of Kubernetes maturation and adoption in the enterprise. We are pleased with the significant growth of this program, ensuring that organizations have access to service providers they can trust to help their Kubernetes deployment success.”

KCSP partners range from the largest multinational cloud, enterprise software, and consulting companies to tiny startups. Of particular note, as seen on this geographic grouping of KCSPs on CNCF’s Interactive Landscape, is that KCSPs are headquartered in 25 different countries.

In order to become a KCSP partner, organizations must fulfill three requirements:

  • Be a CNCF member.
  • Have a business model to support enterprise end users, including engineers placed at a customer site.
  • Employ at least three engineers who passed the Certified Kubernetes Administrator (CKA) exam. 

Here are the 100 companies that are currently CNCF KCSPs:

Additional Resources

About Cloud Native Computing Foundation

Cloud native computing uses an open source software stack to deploy applications as microservices, packaging each part into its own container, and dynamically orchestrating those containers to optimize resource utilization. The Cloud Native Computing Foundation (CNCF) hosts critical components of cloud native software stacks, including Kubernetes and Prometheus. CNCF serves as the neutral home for collaboration and brings together the industry’s top developers, end users and vendors – including the world’s largest public cloud and enterprise software companies as well as dozens of innovative startups. CNCF is part of The Linux Foundation, a nonprofit organization. For more information about CNCF, please visit www.cncf.io.

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Cloud Native Computing Foundation Welcomes Ant Financial as Gold End User Member

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Leading Chinese fintech company increases commitment to cloud native technology

Shanghai, China – June 24, 2019 – KubeCon + CloudNativeCon + Open Source Summit China 2019 – The Cloud Native Computing Foundation (CNCF), which sustains and integrates open source technologies like Kubernetes® and Prometheus™, today announced that Ant Financial has joined the Foundation as a Gold Member.

Founded in 2014, Ant Financial, together with its partners, now serves over one billion users worldwide through its dedication to using technology to provide inclusive financial services. In joining as a Gold Member, the company will boost CNCF’s roster of Chinese companies that are eager to foster the adoption of cloud native technology and innovation, along with Ant Financial’s related company Alibaba, which is also a CNCF member.

“Ant Financial is a good example of the surge of interest in and adoption around cloud native technologies that we’ve seen in China, with its commitment to running Kubernetes at massive scale, creating financial solutions that are used by millions across Asia,” said Dan Kohn, executive director of the Cloud Native Computing Foundation. “We’re thrilled to have the company join CNCF, bringing its open source expertise to our global cloud native community.”

Ant Financial is committed to contributing and opening its technology to financial institutions and partners across the globe, especially for use in cloud native architectures with technologies like Kubernetes, service mesh, serverless, containers and more.

Ant Financial has contributed to CNCF projects, including Kubernetes, and has organized several meetups in China that cover Kubernetes, cloud native, and service mesh. The company has also contributed to Kubernetes-based projects, like KubeFlow, and developed and open sourced several of its own projects including Scalable Open Financial Architecture (SOFA) and SOFAMesh, and Node Operators for Kubernetes.

“Last year, open source celebrated its 20th anniversary. For its next ten years, the newest and most crucial application of open source may lie in transforming financial services technologies to make them more accessible to people around the world,” said Hu Xi, Deputy Chief Technology Officer, Ant Financial. “We at Ant Financial, and our open source SOFAStack, are excited to be a part of this shared technology ecosystem and we hope it will bring more equal opportunities to organizations around the world.”

Ant Financial is joining other CNCF members this week at KubeCon + CloudNativeCon + Open Source Summit China in Shanghai, where experts from Ant Financial and their colleagues from Alibaba, Baidu, eBay, Google, JD.com, Microsoft and many more are presenting on today’s most pressing cloud native topics.

Additional Resources

About Cloud Native Computing Foundation

Cloud native computing uses an open source software stack to deploy applications as microservices, packaging each part into its own container, and dynamically orchestrating those containers to optimize resource utilization. The Cloud Native Computing Foundation (CNCF) hosts critical components of cloud native software stacks, including Kubernetes and Prometheus. CNCF serves as the neutral home for collaboration and brings together the industry’s top developers, end users and vendors – including the world’s largest public cloud and enterprise software companies as well as dozens of innovative startups. CNCF is part of The Linux Foundation, a nonprofit organization. For more information about CNCF, please visit www.cncf.io.

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云原生计算基金会欢迎蚂蚁金服成为金牌最终用户会员

这家领先的中国金融科技公司增强了对云原生技术的承诺

中国上海 – 2019 年 6 月 24 日 – 2019 年中国 KubeCon + CloudNativeCon + 开源峰会 – 支持和集成 Kubernetes® 和 Prometheus™ 等开源技术的云原生计算基金会 (CNCF) 今天宣布,蚂蚁金服正式作为金牌会员加入该基金会。

蚂蚁金服成立于 2014 年,致力于利用技术提供普惠金融服务,目前与其全球合作伙伴共同为超过 10 亿用户提供服务。通过成为 CNCF 金牌会员,蚂蚁金服将加入 CNCF 中国会员公司大家庭,与相关公司阿里巴巴等其他 CNCF 会员共同推进云原生技术和创新成果在中国的采用。

云原生计算基金会执行董事 Dan Kohn 表示:“蚂蚁金服是云原生技术在中国越发受关注和日益普及的一个很好例证,公司借助大规模 Kubernetes来打造亚洲数百万人在使用的金融解决方案。我们很高兴这家公司能够加入 CNCF 并将其开源专业知识带到我们的全球云原生社区。”

蚂蚁金服致力于向全球金融机构和合作伙伴贡献和开放其技术,尤其是适用于云原生架构的 Kubernetes、服务网格、无服务器和容器等技术。

蚂蚁金服已经为包括 Kubernetes 在内的 CNCF 项目做出贡献,并在中国组织了多场关于 Kubernetes、云原生和服务网格的交流会。该公司还为基于 Kubernetes 的项目(例如KubeFlow)做出了贡献,开发并开源了自己的几个项目,包括可扩展的开放式金融架构 (SOFA) 和 SOFAMesh,以及面向 Kubernetes 的 Node Operators

蚂蚁金服副首席技术官胡喜表示:“去年,开源庆祝诞生 20 周年。未来十年,最前沿和最关键的开源应用或将革新金融服务技术,以方便世界各地的人们使用。蚂蚁金服很高兴能够带着我们的开源 SOFAStack 加入这个共享技术生态系统,我们希望它能够为全球组织带来更多平等的机会。”

本周,蚂蚁金服将与其他 CNCF 会员相聚中国上海 KubeCon + CloudNativeCon +开源峰会,届时蚂蚁金服专家以及来自阿里巴巴、百度、eBay、Google、京东,Microsoft 等公司的同行将就当今最紧迫的云原生话题发表演讲。

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Cloud Native Computing Foundation Announces DiDi as Winner of Top End User Award

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Leading transportation platform recognized for its contributions to open source big data and artificial intelligence technologies

SHANGHAI, CHINA – June 24, 2019 KubeCon + CloudNativeCon + Open Source Summit China – The Cloud Native Computing Foundation® (CNCF®), which sustains and integrates open source technologies like Kubernetes® and Prometheus™, today announced that DiDi, the world’s leading multi-modal transportation platform, has won the CNCF End User Award in recognition of its contributions to the cloud native ecosystem.

DiDi, or Didi Chuxing, offers a multimodal mobility service platform including taxi-hailing, ride-sharing and bike-sharing, delivering over 10 billion trips per year across Asia, Latin America and Australia. Operating at such a large scale, DiDi was unable to find a proprietary platform to fit its needs, and embraced open source technologies to build a custom architecture. The company actively uses, and contributes back to, open source big-data applications like Apache Spark, Presto, Hive, Flink, and Druid for general analytics and queries.

“It’s so important that organizations like DiDi, which process massive amounts of data at scale, contribute knowledge and technology back to the community,” said Cheryl Hung, Director of Ecosystem at Cloud Native Computing Foundation. “It’s an honor to present this award to DiDi, who is not only an active member of the CNCF End User Community, but serves as a great example of how organizations can play a big role in advancing cloud native and open source technologies.”

DiDi has open sourced several of its own projects, including VirtualAPK, a powerful and lightweight plugin framework for Android, cube-ui, a mobile ui lib implement by Vue, DoraemonKit and chameleon.   

DiDi has also created initiatives to encourage collaboration around smart transportation systems. These include GAIA, which brings together universities and research institutes by providing the academic community with real application scenarios, anonymized data and computing resources, and the Qunyan Initiative, a smart mobility platform through which it exports its artificial intelligence capabilities to transportation authorities and research institutes. DiDi’s research network consists of the DiDi Research Institute, DiDi Labs and AI Labs, and focuses on advancing smart transportation and artificial intelligence technologies.

“In building our resource scheduling platform we quickly realized the benefits that open source container technologies provide, and how critical it is to have a home for them that ensures the community is also contributing back and actively improving them,” said Zhang Wensong, SVP and head of the Cloud Platform Business Group at DiDi. “It is such an honor to have our work in the open source and cloud native communities recognized by CNCF.”

DiDi is one of more than 88 organizations in the CNCF End User Community, which meets regularly to share adoption best practices and feedback on project roadmaps and future projects for CNCF technical leaders to consider.

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Cloud native computing uses an open source software stack to deploy applications as microservices, packaging each part into its own container, and dynamically orchestrating those containers to optimize resource utilization. The Cloud Native Computing Foundation (CNCF) hosts critical components of cloud native software stacks, including Kubernetes and Prometheus. CNCF serves as the neutral home for collaboration and brings together the industry’s top developers, end users and vendors – including the world’s largest public cloud and enterprise software companies as well as dozens of innovative startups. CNCF is part of The Linux Foundation, a nonprofit organization. For more information about CNCF, please visit www.cncf.io.

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云原生计算基金会宣布滴滴荣获最终用户最高奖项

领先的交通出行平台因其在开源大数据和人工智能技术方面做出的突出贡献而得到广泛认可

中国上海 – 2019 年 6 月 24 日 中国 KubeCon + CloudNativeCon + 开源峰会 – 维护并集成 Kubernetes® 和 Prometheus™ 等开源技术的云原生计算基金会® (CNCF®) 今日宣布,全球领先的多模式交通出行平台滴滴荣获 CNCF 最终用户大奖,此次评奖旨在表彰其在云原生生态系统方面做出的突出贡献。

滴滴或滴滴出行提供多模式移动出行服务平台,包括打车、拼车及共享单车,每年在亚洲、拉丁美洲和澳大利亚提供超过 100 亿次出行服务。由于运营规模过于庞大,滴滴无法找到满足其需求的专有平台,因此采用开源技术来构建定制架构。该公司积极使用开源大数据应用(例如 Apache Spark、Presto、Hive、Flink 和 Druid)进行一般分析和查询,并为这些应用的发展贡献力量。

云原生计算基金会生态系统总监 Cheryl Hung 表示:“重要的是,滴滴等大规模处理海量数据的组织将其掌握的知识和技术回馈到社区中。很荣幸将此奖项颁发给滴滴,该企业不仅是 CNCF 最终用户社区的积极成员,而且是组织在推进云原生和开源技术方面发挥重要作用的典范。”

滴滴已经开放了其几个自有项目的源代码,包括 VirtualAPK(一个功能强大的轻型 Android 插件框架)、cube-ui(由 Vue 支持的移动 ui lib 工具)、DoraemonKitchameleon。   

此外,滴滴还制定了一系列计划,鼓励围绕智能交通出行系统展开协作。其中包括 GAIA(盖亚)和 Qunyan 计划,前者汇聚了各大高校和研究机构,旨在为学术界提供真实的应用场景、匿名数据和计算资源,后者是一个智能移动出行平台,能够为交通运输部门和研究机构提供人工智能功能。滴滴研究网络包括滴滴研究所、滴滴实验室和人工智能实验室,致力于推进智能交通出行和人工智能技术的发展。

滴滴云平台事业部高级副总裁兼负责人章文嵩表示:“在构建我们的资源调度平台时,我们很快认识到开源容器技术带来的优势,并意识到有必要搭建一个技术平台,以确保社区快速获得回馈并积极改进这些技术。我们为开源和云原生社区方面的工作能够得到 CNCF 的认可倍感荣幸。”

作为 CNCF 最终用户社区中超过 88 个组织之一,滴滴定期召开会议,分享最佳实践,并提供项目路线图和未来项目反馈供 CNCF 技术领导者参考。

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Certified Kubernetes Administrator (CKA) Certification is Now Valid for 3 Years

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In 2017, CNCF launched the Certified Kubernetes Administrator (CKA) exam which has become one of the most popular Linux Foundation certifications to date. Over 9,000 individuals have registered for the exam and over 1,700 have achieved the certification.

When the exam was originally released, the certification was valid for 2 years in anticipation of a major curriculum update happening at that time. However, given the current development and release cycle of Kubernetes, we are now planning for this larger curriculum update in 2020.   

This means that CKA Certifications awarded on or after September 2, 2017 will expire 36 months from the date that the Program Certification Requirements were met by the candidate (rather than the 24 months stated previously). The current curriculum still ensures that existing CKAs have the skills, knowledge, and competency that are relevant to perform the responsibilities of a Kubernetes administrator. When we do revise the exam, we will announce it here and the changes will be reflected in the open sourced curriculum. This extra time will allow CKAs to prepare and practice any new skills before their certification expires.

This also means that Kubernetes Certified Service Providers (KCSP), will need to revisit their certifications in 2020 to maintain their status. A reminder will be sent out to all partners up for renewal as those dates approach.

KCSPs are vetted service providers who have deep experience helping enterprises successfully adopt Kubernetes and a minimum of three Certified Kubernetes Administrators in-house. With 90 service providers in the program to date, these partners have helped a variety of organizations with top-tier professional services to support Kubernetes deployments.

This does not impact the Certified Kubernetes Application Developer (CKAD) exam which launched in May 2018. A decision about that exam will be made at a later date depending on how much the curriculum is anticipated to change over the next two years.

Interested in taking the Certified Kubernetes Administrator (CKA) exam? CNCF also offers online training that teaches the skills needed to create and configure a real-world Kubernetes cluster. The Kubernetes Fundamentals course maps directly to the requirements for the Certified Kubernetes Administrator exam or choose from one of 22 Kubernetes Training Partners (KTP), a tier of vetted training providers who have deep experience in cloud native technology training.

Cloud Native Computing Foundation Announces Intuit as Winner of Top End User Award

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Financial technology company is recognized for contributions to the cloud native community

BARCELONA, SPAIN – May 21, 2019 KubeCon + CloudNativeCon Barcelona – The Cloud Native Computing Foundation® (CNCF®), which sustains and integrates open source technologies like Kubernetes® and Prometheus™, today announced that Intuit Inc., the makers of TurboTax, QuickBooks and Mint, has won the CNCF End User Award in recognition of its contributions to the cloud native ecosystem.

Intuit is an active user, contributor and developer of open source technologies. As a part of its journey to the public cloud, Intuit has advanced the way it leverages cloud native technologies in production, including CNCF projects like Kubernetes and OPA.

“Intuit is an engaged member of the CNCF End User Community and very deserving of this award,” said Cheryl Hung, Director of Ecosystem at Cloud Native Computing Foundation. “From its leading community meetups, speaking at cloud native events, contributing educational blog posts, Intuit is very open about sharing its best practices and lessons learned using cloud native technologies. We’re impressed by Intuit’s continued commitment to the community, and are pleased to present them with this award.”

Intuit acquired Applatix in 2018, and with it, the open source Argo project, a widely used workflow engine and a continuous deployment Kubernetes tool. The Intuit Developer Platform group has continued to drive the project, which consists of Argo Workflows, a container native workflow engine; Argo CD, a declarative continuous deployment solution; Argo Events, an event-based dependency manager; and Argo Rollouts, a deployment strategy controller.

Additionally, in the past year, Intuit has operationalized more than a hundred Kubernetes clusters that run more than 500 services in production and pre-production across multiple business units. As a part of the deployment, Intuit solved many common issues for teams deploying Kubernetes and related technologies, and shared their solutions to the larger Kubernetes community in order to increase developer productivity. Jeff Brewer, the technical lead for this integration, was also selected to join the CNCF Technical Oversight Committee (TOC) as an End User TOC representative.

“It is such an honor to receive the CNCF End User Award, recognizing our commitment and contributions to the cloud native community,” said Jeff Brewer, Vice President, Chief Architect of the Small Business and Self Employed Group at Intuit. “We’ve undergone several transformations as a company, from the desktop to the web to the cloud and now to AI and ML, and each of these transformations require us to move faster with increased speed of innovation. Through Kubernetes and other cloud native tools, we are able to deploy code faster than we ever have been able to. I’m excited to see how these tools help us to not only better serve our developer community, but also our customers overall as we work to power their prosperity.”  

Intuit is one of more than 87 organizations in the CNCF End User Community, which meets regularly to share adoption best practices and feedback on project roadmaps and future projects for CNCF technical leaders to consider.

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Cloud Native Computing Foundation Grows to More than 400 Members

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Foundation continues record growth with support from companies including Nielsen, State Farm and MathWorks

BARCELONA, SPAIN – May 21, 2019 KubeCon + CloudNativeCon Barcelona – The Cloud Native Computing Foundation® (CNCF®), which sustains and integrates open source technologies like Kubernetes® and Prometheus™, today announced that 42 new members and end user supporters have joined the Foundation.

Support for cloud native technologies continues to accelerate. According to the CNCF Annual Report, 195 new members joined CNCF in 2018 for an increase of 130 percent year-over-year. The Foundation’s more than 400 members now include every major public cloud provider, and a growing number of organizations across Europe and Asia. This comes as the community gathers for KubeCon + CloudNativeCon EU event with more than 7,000 attendees.

“We remain amazed at the growth of the CNCF community and the level of commitment and collaboration between members, end-users and developers alike,” said Dan Kohn, Executive Director of the Cloud Native Computing Foundation. “Support from our members is what allows CNCF to provide a home for many of the most promising open source, cloud native technologies to improve and grow.”

These new members will also join CNCF for the remaining 2019 KubeCon + CloudNativeCon events, including Barcelona, KubeCon + CloudNativeCon + Open Source Summit China in Shanghai from June 24-26 in Shanghai and KubeCon + CloudNativeCon NA in San Diego November 18-21.

About the newest Silver Members:

  • Ankr is a distributed cloud leveraging a shared economy of idle resources in colocation data centers, on-prem servers, public cloud and edge devices.
  • Brobridge provides DZT-M, an orchestrated PaaS platform which is optimized for microservices through a workflow engine, api-gateway, queueing system to support transaction based applications on microservices.
  • Cequence Security provides a container-based, cloud-native application security platform that defends against automated bot attacks focused on business logic abuse, as well as attacks intended to exploit known and unknown application vulnerabilities.
  • Cloudibility offers Cloud Technology Experts focused on the needs and visions of our clients, helping them to develop the best and most suitable approaches for cloud, digitalization, agile work, collaboration, cross functionality, and DevOps.
  • Cloud to Go is the pioneer of the one-stop cloud development in China.
  • Containous is the open-source infrastructure software company behind Traefik, the leading cloud native edge router for modern application architectures.
  • CoreHive is a technical solutions provider specialized in DevOps automation helping clients seamlessly integrate, transform and automate enterprise applications using container and cloud native solutions.
  • Cribl LogStream is purpose-built for real-time log management, and aims to help customers reduce low value data, enrich more data with context, improve data routing, and secure data based on compliance and privacy mandates.
  • Cuemby is a Cloud Native specialist that helps businesses build sustainable software infrastructure based on Cloud Native technologies through consultancy services, Cloud Native tools, support as well as training in both English and Spanish languages.
  • Darillium is automating multi-clouding at scale for enterprises that push the boundaries of faster software delivery to production, while maintaining policy compliance, best practices and infrastructure agnosticity.
  • DG-i is an IT service provider with core competencies in IT consulting, software development & platform operation services, focused on secure and reliable application of open-source, container and cloud native technologies in enterprise environments.
  • Darumatic is a Sydney based DevOps consultancy helping clients build better software solutions focused on Kubernetes, CI/CD, cloud infrastructure and open source technologies.
  • FOSSA provides real time license and vulnerability management for open source dependencies.
  • GridGain Systems offers the first enterprise-grade in-memory computing platform that addresses the application speed and scalability needs of the digital enterprise.
  • Harness is the industry’s first Continuous Delivery-as-a-Service platform leveraging artificial intelligence.
  • ILKI supports companies in transforming their IT architecture with a reflection on cloud computing.
  • Isotoma are software developers and cloud consultants. We solve problems. We build products.
  • Kiratech helps enterprises in the adoption of the best open source & cloud native technologies leveraging DevOps methodology, providing professional services, training, managed services and reselling the best tools – security-by-design.
  • Lightbend provides scalable, high-performance microservices frameworks and streaming engines for building data-centric systems that are optimized to run on cloud-native infrastructure.
  • Mail.Ru Cloud Solutions is a leading Russian cloud provider, focusing on PaaS services,  enterprise containers, and big data analysis.
  • Navitas is a leading information technology solutions provider based out of Washington DC Metro area serving public and private sector companies to develop, integrate, and deploy applications faster by enabling customers with cloud native technologies such as Kubernetes etc.
  • NeuAlto Technologies is a product engineering services and consulting company with focus on cloud technologies and Kubernetes.
  • Polar Squad focuses on development and automation in the world that lies between development and release.
  • Portshift brings identity-driven security to any workload in the cloud, uncovering essential information and new dimensions of control for every cloud environment, at scale.
  • QingCloud is a technology-leading enterprise-class full-stack cloud ICT service and solution provider, dedicated to providing enterprise users with secure, reliable, on-demand, real-time ICT resources and management services.
  • Reduxio’s cloud data platform for Kubernetes pairs high performance, software-defined, container-native storage and data management with data mobility to enable customers to build a single data cloud for their applications across all their infrastructure, anywhere.
  • SIGHUP is an Enterprise OSS company helping organizations during their journey towards battle tested Kubernetes, software-defined infrastructures, and DevOps processes automation.
  • Stark & Wayne is a leading cloud technology consulting firm, offering: architecture design, implementation, and operations enablement. These services empower enterprises to operate highly available and extensible platforms on their chosen infrastructure(s).
  • The Scale Factory – based in London, UK – empowers technology teams to deliver great cloud native solutions on AWS, by offering consultancy, engineering, training, and support.
  • Turbot provides real-time, automated configuration and control of software defined infrastructure for enterprises.
  • UCloud is a neutral cloud computing company in China, with 30 major data centers deployed worldwide and  over 100,000+ enterprise customers served.
  • Wanclouds is a Silicon Valley based startup helping customers become cloud-native. We leverage our automation expertise and solutions in the areas of kubernetes, cloud networking, and machine learning to help customers accelerate their cloud journey.
  • Windmill builds Tilt: a pleasant Kubernetes iteration experience.
  • YellowDog is the only predictive and intelligent scheduling & orchestration platform for hybrid and multi-cloud management.
  • Zhuyun is a leading cloud services provider in China and a trusted partner to 5,000+ organizations.

About the newest End-User Members & Supporters:

  • Akatsuki makes the world colorful by providing mobile games and real life entertainment services to realize the vision of “A Heart Driven World.
  • Wabtec Corporation combines decades of industrial leadership with cutting-edge data science and analytics acumen to create an efficient, productive and reliable digital-rail ecosystem – from shipper to receiver.
  • MathWorks is the leading developer of mathematical computing software for engineers and scientists.
  • Nielsen Holdings plc (NYSE: NLSN) is a global measurement and data analytics company that provides the most complete and trusted view available of consumers and markets worldwide.
  • State Farm insurance helps people manage the risks of everyday life and recover from the unexpected.
  • Tradeshift digitizes and connects everything that happens between a buyer and a seller, anywhere in the world.
  • UPSIDER Inc. enables and accelerates businesses through an innovative B2B financial platform.

With the addition of these companies, there are now more than 88 organizations in the CNCF End User Community, which meets regularly to share adoption best practices and feedback on project roadmaps and future projects for CNCF technical leaders to consider.

Additional Resources

About Cloud Native Computing Foundation

Cloud native computing uses an open source software stack to deploy applications as microservices, packaging each part into its own container, and dynamically orchestrating those containers to optimize resource utilization. The Cloud Native Computing Foundation (CNCF) hosts critical components of cloud native software stacks, including Kubernetes and Prometheus. CNCF serves as the neutral home for collaboration and brings together the industry’s top developers, end users and vendors – including the world’s largest public cloud and enterprise software companies as well as dozens of innovative startups. CNCF is part of The Linux Foundation, a nonprofit organization. For more information about CNCF, please visit www.cncf.io.

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