Wind River joins the Cloud Native Computing Foundation

Wind River joins the Cloud Native Computing Foundation

By eeNews Europe

CNCF is an open-source software foundation and part of the Linux Foundation. It was formed to make cloud native computing universal and sustainable and is the vendor-neutral home for many fastest-growing open source projects, including Kubernetes.

Although it has only recently joined the organisation, Wind River has already been working to incorporate approaches fundamental to CNCF. As an example, the current version of Wind River Linux uses technology that helps users adopt containers in embedded systems with pre-built containers, tools, and documentation, as well as support for Docker and Kubernetes frameworks. Wind River’s Linux container technology integrates components from CNCF and the Yocto Project for a framework to build and deploy containers for embedded systems. Wind River’s Titanium Cloud platform, based on the StarlingX project, is also using Kubernetes, Helm, and several other CNCF technologies.

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