Standards & Community
Becoming Cloud Native: Taking it One Container at a Time
Are we close to hitting peak confusion regarding containers? Are we in the middle of a container war? Does anyone really know how to build a cloud native computing architecture? What does it mean to be cloud native?
The questions are many as we build a new computing paradigm for enterprises and service providers. With every answer we provide to the big challenges cloud operators and application developers face, three more are raised.
In this presentation, representatives from the Cloud Native Computing Foundation will discuss the lessons we have learned with containers so far, including how Google (and quite a few other companies) have been developing and using containers to manage applications for over decade. The panel will address the old world of node first development vs. the new world of cloud native computing; properties of a cloud native computing architecture -- container packaged, dynamically managed and micro-services oriented – and the benefits it can provide developers, CIOs, and end users. The panel will also touch on what to do with the containers once they are standardized and different adoption paths a company can take to become cloud native.
Chris Wright -
Advisory Board | Vice President and Chief Technologist, Office of Technology ,
Cloud Native Computing Foundation | Red Hat
Mark Thiele -
Chief Strategy Officer,
Cloud Native Computing Foundation | Apcera
Benjamin Hindman -
Advisory Board | Co-founder,
Cloud Native Computing Foundation | Mesosphere
Mackenzie Burnett -
Val Bercovici -
Cloud Native Computing Foundation | SolidFire