Ambassadors

Cloud Native Ambassadors (CNAs) are individuals who are passionate about Cloud Native Computing Foundation technology and projects, recognized for their expertise, and willing to help others learn about the framework and community.

Successful ambassadors are people such as bloggers, influencers, evangelists who are already engaged with a CNCF project in some way including contributing to forums, online groups, community events, etc.

The Cloud Native Ambassador program exists to empower community members with tools and resources needed to:

Requirements for becoming an official Cloud Native Ambassador are:

  • Affiliated with a CNCF member OR is a contributor to a CNCF project.
  • Already engaged with the project in some way whether that’s as a contributor, blogger, speaker, etc.
  • Willing to either speak at community events OR write technical content such as blog posts.
  • Host a cloud native community meetup. See our community for areas already covered.
CNCF Ambassador

Are you interested in becoming an official Cloud Native Ambassador?

We are currently looking for Ambassadors who organize/can organize meet-ups around containerd, CoreDNS, Fluentd, gRPC, Kubernetes, Linkerd, OpenTracing, and/or Prometheus in countries/states not already represented.

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IBM

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Place Pin

Bank of New Zealand

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Google

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Moula

VMware

Red Hat

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Kinvolk

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AWS

Safewrd Ventures

Red Hat

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Pulumi

Red Hat

JPMorgan Chase & Co.

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Isovalent

Google

GOJEK

Samsung

Tencent

Govtech

Annotell

Microsoft

Alauda

China Mobile Research Institute

Caicloud

Google

Tetrate

Lunar

Preferred Networks

Huawei

Hewlett Packard Enterprise / Kubernetes SIG Docs Japanese translation Owner

Accenture

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Civo

Layer5

Microsoft

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Solo.io

JD.com

Carta

NetApp

Giant Swarm

Intel

NetApp

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CenturyLink

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VMware

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Red Hat

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