Cloud Native Ambassadors and Docker Captains navigate users by a enclosure ecosystem

September 6, 2016 - storage organizer

Navigating a enclosure ecosystem can be confusing. Deciding where to drop your toes is severe for those stepping into enclosure and microservices waters. Even those who have already ventured knee-deep still wade by many questions as they swell in their cloud local journey.

To assistance them beam them by a ecosystem, a Cloud Native Computing Foundation (CNCF) recently launched a Cloud Native Ambassadors program during a inaugural CloudNativeDay in Toronto.

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Recognized for their expertise, Cloud Native Ambassadors are people who go to a CNCF member classification and are comparison formed on their passion for cloud-native record and eagerness to assistance others learn. Most ambassadors also classify or are concerned in village meetups oriented toward technologies and projects governed by a CNCF. Forty-one meetups worldwide have assimilated a module to date. (Disclaimer: I’m a CNCF Ambassador and an organizer of the Microservices and Containers Austin meetup in Austin, Texas.)