Navigating the container ecosystem can be confusing. Deciding where to dip your toes is challenging for those stepping into container and microservices waters.
In the months since its debut last year at the OSCON event, the Cloud Native Computing Foundation (CNCF) has developed a great deal of momentum.
Brian talks with Julius Volz (@juliusvolz; Co-Creator of Prometheus) about Project Prometheus, the challenges of monitoring containers, working within the CNCF and where the project will expand.
The Linux Foundation has announced the Cloud Native Computing Foundation (CNCF), a new collaborative project aimed at making it easier for businesses to build and deploy containerized cloud applications oriented around microservices.
The Linux Foundation has unveiled a new organization dedicated to building and maintaining native cloud distributed systems. The Cloud Native Computing Foundation will focus on advancing the paradigm for modern distributed systems environments.
Today a group of 19 companies, led primarily by Google, created a new open source foundation that aims to specify how clouds should be architected to serve modern applications. The Cloud Native Computing Foundation is housed in the Linux Foundation and includes big names such as Google, IBM, Intel, Box, Cisco, and VMware, along with a variety of smaller companies like Docker, Cycle Computing, Mesosphere and Weaveworks.
Prometheus, an open source system for monitoring and alerting a wide spectrum of enterprise IT events, including containers, has released its 1.0 revision. It is also the second product in what amounts to a portfolio assembled by the Cloud Native Computing Foundation (CNCF) for realizing the promise of a container-powered cloud built entirely on open source and open standards.