IBM Kicks Up Kubernetes Compatibility With Open Source


On the first day of KubeCon IBM kicked up its Kubernetes compatibility by announcing two new open source projects — Kui and Iter8 — along with advancements to existing open source Tekton and Razee. IBM has a long history contributing open source code, and today’s announcement comes as the vendor quickly moves to integrate its legacy software portfolio with Red Hat’s Kubernetes-focused OpenShift platform.

The mass migration to containerize and orchestrate applications in hybrid- and multi-cloud environments has seen Kubernetes emerge as the de facto container orchestration platform for cloud-native applications. And as such, vendors are scrambling to re-orient their operations to accommodate the burgeoning Kubernetes ecosystem.

[Source: SDxCentral]