Flying through Cloud Native (CNCF)


Duration: 50 mins
Ken Sipe
Cloud Solution Architect

The maturing of industry projects and tools around cloud development and administration has led to the formation of the Cloud Native Computing Foundation. This new foundation is similar to the Apache Foundation in that it provides governance over projects from incubation to maturity. These projects define the current and future standards of the cloud which is important for all devops teams to be aware of. This session is a guided at jet speed tour of each project and how it fits in the eco-system.

This session will briefly cover each of the CNCF projects will a outline of:

  • what the project is
  • how it works
  • level of maturity
  • competitive landscape

The projects covered include:

  • Kubernetes
  • containerd
  • Prometheus
  • OpenTracing
  • Fluentd
  • rkt
  • CNI
  • Jaeger
  • Notary
  • Envoy
  • CoreDNS
  • Linkerd

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