Linux Foundation-supported CNCF wants to spur adoption of more open source cloud apps. The Cloud Native Computing Foundation (CNCF) has plumped for Google’s Kubernetes as its first containerisation technology.
The CNCF, which only formed in December with the support of Linux Foundation, said Kubernetes will be the first of many open source projects that it plans to adopt.
Kubernetes, which Google devised as a piece of open source container orchestration software, includes apps, services, cluster management, network storage, performance features. Alexis Richardson, chair of CNCF’s technical oversight committee, said the organisation’s acceptance of Kubernetes’ should help establish its reputation as a non-profit group driving development of cloud-native apps.
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