With all the buzz around KubeCon + CloudNativeCon Europe, there have also been some interesting press writeups about the growth of cloud native computing that you may be interested in:
“We’re in a new era in IT, especially infrastructure, where open source is more important than ever. And it seems like the CNCF (which technically is part of the Linux Foundation) wields a level of power heretofore unseen among open source foundations. It has money, huge members and, seemingly, a functional governance model. And it’s really stepping up its efforts around certifications and other business-level functions.”
“What’s impressive about the native cloud industry is that from a standing start roughly four years ago, it’s close to building an open cloud platform that it wants to share with the whole business world. It’s not quite there yet and needs a few more layers, but thanks to the foresight of the Linux Foundation to establish the Cloud Native Computing Foundation (CNCF), the industry’s tottering steps were shepherded well.”
We just released our latest certification – Certified Kubernetes Application Developer. This new exam helps developers prove their skills in designing and building cloud-native applications for Kubernetes while enabling companies to more quickly hire high-quality teams to support their growth.
CNCF Announces Kubernetes Training Partner Program
We recently announced that we are expanding our KCSP program to include a special tier of vetted training providers who have deep experience in cloud native technology training. These training partners deliver training that is aligned with our Certified Kubernetes Administrator and Certified Kubernetes Developer exams, and meet the highest standards of training excellence.
To learn more, check out the KTP section of our Training page.
New Kubernetes Case Studies – Nordstrom and Squarespace
We’re excited to announce two new case studies about Nordstrom and Squarespace. Get the details on how, using Kubernetes, Nordstrom significantly decreased their technology operational costs and Squarespace was able to improve service reliability while saving development time.
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