The Cloud Native Computing Foundation (CNCF) is hosting its core conference for the fifth year running. Its official title is KubeCon + CloudNativeCon, but it’s most importantly the home for Kubernetes. Adopters, contributors, and Kubernetes-curious attendees add up to a record-breaking 12,000 people. READ MORE
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The Cloud Native Computing Foundation, which oversees various open source projects like Kubernetes and Prometheus, on Wednesday saidGoogle has begun shifting the ownership of Kubernetes cloud resources – the Google Cloud Platform accounts – to members of the CNCF community.
Google, which created the Kubernetes open source software project for automating management of large numbers of applications running in containers, is officially handing off the project to an industry organization called the Cloud Native Computing Foundation (CNCF).
While it started as a Google project, Kubernetes is now one of the world’s most popular open source projects. The CNCF last year, to help shepherd the growth of the project, created a set of certification standards for Kubernetes, getting major CNCF members such as Microsoft, Oracle, Google and IBM to agree to them.