Sustaining and Integrating Cloud Native Open Source Technologies

Cloud native technologies empower organizations to build and run scalable applications in modern, dynamic environments such as public, private, and hybrid clouds. Containers, service meshes, microservices, immutable infrastructure, and declarative APIs exemplify this approach.

These techniques enable loosely coupled systems that are resilient, manageable, and observable. Combined with robust automation, they allow engineers to make high-impact changes frequently and predictably with minimal toil.

The Cloud Native Computing Foundation seeks to drive adoption of this paradigm by fostering and sustaining an ecosystem of open source, vendor-neutral projects. We democratize state-of-the-art patterns to make these innovations accessible for everyone.

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Technologies

  • kubernetes
  • golang
  • prometheus
  • docker

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Cloud Native Computing Foundation (CNCF) 2019 Projects

  • Ajat Prabha
    Add Plugin Mechanism to the Dashboard
    This project aims to introduce a plugin mechanism to the Kubernetes Dashboard. It shall deal with defining the plugin framework architecture, it’s...
  • Elijah Oyekunle
    Add Support for Custom Resource Definitions to the Dashboard
    The Kubernetes dashboard previously supported Third Party Resources (TPR), but these were replaced in Kubernetes by Custom Resource Definitions...
  • Alejandro Germain
    Add support for the OCI runtime spec by implementing a runc stage2
    rkt implements the App Container Executor specification of the appc Container Specification and uses systemd unit properties to implement its...
  • Giovan Isa Musthofa
    Enable multiple network interfaces for Rook storage providers
    This project aims to create new API to enable multiple network interface for Rook storage providers. Currently, Rook providers only choice is to use...
  • Hrishikesh Barman
    Extending Prombench and adding rule formatting for Prometheus
    Prombench the benchmarking tool for Prometheus will be extended to support even more tests, newer components, metrics which will help both developers...
  • Mattia Lavacca
    Falco engine performance analysis and optimization
    The outcome of this project has been the development of a tracing framework that allows to measure and monitor some Falco internal metrics (counter...
  • Vladimir Masarik
    GitHub integrated benchmarking tool for Prometheus TSDB
    It is better to discover performance problems sooner than later, but this is even more important if we are talking about a database. The newly...
  • Róbert Vašek
    Implement volume snapshotting support into the external Manila provisioner
    OpenStack Manila manages shared file-systems across the cloud. Being able to create and access them with ease from the container world is showing to...
  • Urvil Patel
    IPTables Integration with OPEN POLICY AGENT(OPA)
    This project involves designing the layout of IPTable rules using OPA's policy language Rego, implementing the algorithms that generate IPTables from...
  • Junjun LI
    Kubernetes with hardware devices topology awareness at node level
    We would like to propose a improvement on current Kubernetes topology manager to become aware of generic hardware device topology at node level, so...
  • Shahriyar Mammadov
    Multi-mesh performance benchmark tool
    Benchmarks continuously strive to improve performance standards in order to stay relevant in the market and playing important role for having better...
  • Zhiqi WANG
    Prometheus - Optimize queries using regex matchers for set lookups & Postings compression
    A common use case for regex matchers is to use them to query all series matching a set of label values, e.g. up{instance=~"foo|bar|baz"}. Grafana's...
  • Yuanli Wang
    Proposal for Auto-tune RocksDB
    Using machine learning method to tune database configurations automatically
  • Jianbo Ma
    Run GPU sharing workloads with Kubernetes + Kubeflow
    GPUSharing is an open source project which could share GPU by leveraging Kubernetes scheduling and Device Plugin extensibility.I would like to...
  • An Xiao
    Support Source IP Based Query Block/Allow in CoreDNS
    When CoreDNS serves DNS queries publicly or inside Kubernetes clusters, the source IP of the incoming DNS query is an important identity. For...
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