The SNAPS-Kubernetes platform helps to deliver virtual network functions that use fewer resources, are more fault-tolerant, and can scale quickly to meet demand.
Google, Facebook, Twitter, and Microsoft are behind the initiative. So far, Amazon and Apple are not part of the group.
For its first code release the OpenSDS project unified storage with Kubernetes for container control and storage with OpenStack for virtual machine control.
CEO Devesh Garg says the company’s operating system isn’t limited by legacy software or hardware and can take advantage of innovations in the underlying silicon.
Both Corelight and Databricks are based on open source technologies — Corelight on Bro and Databricks on Apache Spark. While the open source technologies have been combined, this is the first time the companies' commercial versions of software...
There is more interest in training than there is good quality training available, says the Linux Foundation.
Under EQT’s ownership, SUSE will become a fully independent business. It has been operating as a semi-independent business of Micro Focus.
Sarah Novotny, the head of open source strategy for Google Cloud Platform, will join The Linux Foundation board of directors.
CNCF Executive Director Dan Kohn said the group is focused during the second-half of this year on seeing if Kubernetes can take on a greater role in shaping the future of cloud architecture.
It’s a full OpenStack suite including compute, storage, networking, and the virtual infrastructure manager (VIM) layer. It comprises an end-to-end NFVi platform.
While AT&T and China Mobile contributed the lion’s share of the initial code for ONAP, others are now stepping up to contribute more. A snapshot of contributors from the second quarter of 2018 shows that Huawei, Amdocs, and ZTE, along with many...
The Linux Foundation Executive Director Jim Zemlin acknowledges that there are “still small pockets of deep mistrust of Microsoft in the open source community.”
The deal better positions the software giant in the commercial cloud space against rivals AWS and Google.
CNCF cited a recent Kubernetes application survey that found 64 percent of app developers, operators, and ecosystem tool developers were using Helm to manage applications on Kubernetes.
The 25G Ethernet network infrastructure integrates with cloud and hyperconverged infrastructure software stacks from vendors including VMware, Nutanix, Red Hat, and Microsoft.