I attended The Linux Foundation’s Collaboration Summit last week in Squaw Valley with our director of engineering and Navops chief architect, Cameron Brunner. It was an excellent event and the Lake Tahoe area is beautiful. For those of you not familiar with the conference, it is an invitation only event where many of the open source world’s thought leaders come together to share best practices and learn how to manage some of the largest shared technology investments in the industry. Projects represented at the conference included the Cloud Native Computing Foundation (CNCF), The Open Container Initiative (OCI), the Xen Project, Cloud Foundry and Node.js, This was a great venue for open source business leaders and technologists to network and to advance their company’s open source strategies.
We attended both the conference’s CNCF track and the CNCF technical meeting. As a founding member of CNCF, it’s exciting to see everyone coming together and organizations working to contribute various technologies. We are pleased to be part of setting standards and direction for the future of cloud and container computing. Our presentation and demo of hybrid cloud provisioning and bursting using Navops Launch was well received by the member companies and we look forward to sharing other solutions down the line.
To see Cameron’s presentation click here.