The architecture of the infrastructure that cloud native provides sets developers up to build a development lifecycle internally that enables them to quickly build, ship and safely get things running out into the server infrastructure in such a way that the company can maintain high velocity. However, being cloud native requires a broad set of components to work together and an architecture that departs from traditional enterprise application design. This is a very complicated, fragmented process and the Cloud Native Computing Foundation aims to help make it simpler to assemble these moving parts by driving alignment among technologies and platforms.
The Cloud Native Computing Foundation is hosting a CloudNative Day to bring together leading contributors in cloud native applications and computing, containers, microservices, central orchestration processing, and related projects to further cloud native education. By being co-located with ContainerCon, CloudNative Day will provide a platform for showcasing a full range of technologies that support the cloud native ecosystem and leading expert discussion on cloud native projects.
CloudNative Day is being co-located with ContainerCon North America 2016 and will feature a single-track, one-day event dedicated to cloud native education. There will be separate registration fees for both events (CloudNativeDay and ContainerCon). If you are interested in attending both events, please register for ContainerCon and add the CloudNativeDay agenda item to your registration prior to check out.
ContainerCon will bring together a diverse range of experts from cloud computing and Linux containers to offer a general technical conference that is open to everyone; creating a place where companies on the leading edge can network with users and developers to advance computing.
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