The Cloud Native Computing Foundation (CNCF) recently held their 2018 North America event in Seattle, Washington. This event was both KubeCon, for Kubernetes, but also CloudNativeCon, for all the other cloud native associated projects that the CNCF supports. The show has seen wild growth, going from 500 to 1000 to 4000 to over 8000 attendees in the four years of the show.
The highlights of this year's show were really around the shift that the Kubernetes (K8s) community has made from focusing on getting K8s up and running for users to focusing on deploying and running at scale. Many of the projects being supported by CNCF are focused on the management, scale, and other key features that enterprise users need for their deployments.
I made a video blog that highlights the news from the show and what might be some of the new challenges facing the community in 2019. As always, if you have questions, leave a comment below or reach out to me!