Equinix that provides interconnection for businesses to clouds, customers, and partners inside data centers, has become a gold member of The Cloud Native Computing Foundation (CNCF).
The Cloud Native Computing Foundation (CNCF) has been building sustainable ecosystems for cloud-native software for years. CNCF stated that Equinix has joined as a gold member at The Cloud Native Computing Foundation’s flagship conference named as KubeCon + CloudNativeCon in North America that brings application developers, service providers, CNCF Contributors, technologists from leading open source together, this week in San Diego.
Interconnection services for data centers
Equinix started using open source technology since 2016 and still developing its product with the support of hybrid cloud use cases on Platform Equinix. In addition to this, the company has been participating many CNCF projects, such as CoreDNS, etcd, gRPC, Kubernetes, and also other open-source projects.
The new gold partner of CNCF, develops robust data center solutions coupled with our world-class interconnection services. It aims to adapt to the ever-growing, ever-changing requirements of your business. Equinix SmartKey™ Kubernetes KMS Plugin, is an HSM as a Service that provides secure key management and cryptography service.
“We are excited to join the thriving Cloud Native Computing Foundation ecosystem and look forward to collaborating with the open-source developer community,”
said Justin Dustzadeh, chief technology officer, Equinix.
“We will continue to leverage and expand the use of software-defined, cloud-native technologies within Platform Equinix to help our customers transform their businesses and manage distributed infrastructure and digital ecosystems,” he added.
“It’s great to see Equinix, an active user of open source, cloud-native technologies, join CNCF. We’re eager to support them as Equinix becomes more engaged in the upstream communities to support the growth and evolution of the cloud-native ecosystem,”
stated Dan Kohn, executive director of the Cloud Native Computing Foundation.
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