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. https://www.techrepublic.com/article/beyond-kubernetes-a-report-card-on-the-cloud-native-computing-foundations-open-source-efforts/
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BEYOND KUBERNETES: A REPORT CARD ON THE CLOUD NATIVE COMPUTING FOUNDATION'S OPEN SOURCE EFFORTS
While the talk in open source land has lately revolved around AWS, real open source happens at the community, not corporate, level, and some communities do it much better than others. Some of the best open source projects achieve community success through foundations, and the Cloud Native Computing Foundation (CNCF) is a standout. Digging into CNCF commit stats shows a foundation that keeps getting better at nurturing single-vendor projects into full-blown community endeavors. Like, for example, how amazing Google has been with Kubernetes. As I've noted before, Google has done just about everything right in its stewardship of the open source container orchestration engine. The easiest way to see this, however, is in Google's declining share of Kubernetes commits. Kubernetes sees lots of community involvement, with 3,505 committers and 18,167 contributors making up the Kubernetes community over the past year. Google, the originator of Kubernetes, not surprisingly dominates its development. Importantly, it "dominates" less and less each year. MATT ASAY READ MORE