Does the Container Ecosystem Need a Map?
At last month’s KubeCon in Seattle, members of the Cloud Native Computing Foundation put forth a chart depicting the various projects, both commercial and open source, that either individually or collectively contributed to its perception of the “cloud native” ecosystem. You might call it, for lack of a more original phrase, a new stack.
It’s being called the Cloud Native Landscape (CNL), its version number of 0.9.2 suggesting it’s close to finished, but not quite. It looks like a chart one might print up of the various vendors at a gaming conference, or of the vendor charts at one of the early computer shows. Remember when hotel meeting rooms were divided into aisles, and the first software developers shouted over one another to get attention?
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