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.
AT&T, Google, and Microsoft highlighted significant progress for the ecosystem, but an enterprise survey showed most remain on the sidelines of actual deployment.
Mirantis looks to the space where applications people and infrastructure people intersect.
The project claims greater security than traditional containers by tapping into virtual machine schema but remains compatible with Docker and Kubernetes in the container ecosystem.
OpenStack has been decoupling Zuul from OpenStack-specific systems to make the software available to more developers.
The goal is to help enterprises more easily take advantage of open cloud systems.
Many of the groups working on edge computing are associated with telco networking. But edge computing is definitely not limited to telco networks.
Operators are moving aggressively to tighten their use of OpenStack and Kubernetes to bolster cloud deployments.
Its enthusiasm for the VIO 5 product stands in contrast to the OpenStack 2017 Summit where it seemed many people weren’t even aware that VMware had an OpenStack distribution.
The open source Gimbal platform was developed with Heptio to avoid having to rip out OpenStack and legacy backend systems.
The new platform allows the company to get into the application space and diversify operations away from the increasingly competitive infrastructure space around OpenStack and Kubernetes.
Resource savings with containers is pegged at around 40 percent.
It includes features for containers, vGPUs, and software-defined storage.
It combines technology from Intel and Hyper.
OpenStack will remain at the core of AIC, but Kubernetes will become the operational template.