Cloud Native Computing Foundation Grows Open Source Cloud Container Community As Calls Are Made To Kill Industry Confusion

March 30, 2017 Off By Hoofer

Grazed from Data-Economy. Author: Joao Marques Lima.

The Cloud Native Computing Foundation (CNCF) has unveiled a wave of new partners and members in one of its largest announcements of the year. The CNCF brings together a community of 1,500 developers and users from a large multitude of companies including Google, Fujitsu, Samsung SDS, Intel, RedHat and Huawei that work on open source technologies to orchestrate containers as part of a microservices architecture.

However, despite the advancements by the organisation and its partners, the industry recognises that there is a lot of confusion around the understanding of technologies and terminologies such as containers and new infrastructure architectures. As the CNCF explains, containers, software-based infrastructure, and microservices represent a major evolution in the way applications are deployed and managed…

Under cloud native environments, applications are optimised by dynamically being managed adherent to the constraints but also benefiting from the features and services that clouds supply…

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