Cloud Native Computing Foundation (CNCF) is a new open standardization initiative recently formed under the Linux Foundation with the mission of providing standard reference architecture for cloud native applications and services, based on open-source software (OSS). The first OSS is Google’s Kubernetes, which was released in v1.0 the same day, and was donated by Google to the foundation.
Google is one of the 22 founding members, together with big names such as IBM, Intel, Redhat, VMware, AT&T, Cisco and Twitter, as well as important names in the containers realm such as Docker, Mesosphere, CoreOS and Joynet.
The announcement of the new foundation came only a few weeks after the announcement of the Open Container Initiative (OCI), also formed under the Linux Foundation. Even more interesting to note that almost half of the founding companies of CNCF are among the founders of OCI. According to the founders, these two initiatives are complementary: while OCI…
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