For today’s episode ofThe New Stack Makers podcast, we sat down with Chris Aniszczyk , chief operating officer for the Cloud Native Computing Foundation , at CloudNativeCon/KubeCon Europe 2017 conference in Berlin last month. We spoke with Aniszczyk about the pros and cons of having two container runtimes, rkt and containerd , managed by the CNCF at the same time. Another topic of discussion was the ever-growing presence of continuous integration and continuous deployment (CI/CD), and how those practices are evolving for the CNCF Technical Oversite Committee as it looks toward accepting future projects to the Foundation.
1:05 : About the CNCF ToC.
1:42 : The rationale for two runtimes in the cloud native ecosystem.
3:15 : The purpose of containerd.
4:47 : How rkt is a different container technology.
5:51 : How companies are thinking about containerd and rkt.
6:37 : The need for compatibility between containerd and rkt.
7:31 : Other projects within the CNCF.
9:16 : On the subject of CNCF producing a single stack.
10:26 : How to ToC is working with CI/CD.
The Cloud Native Computing Foundation (CNCF) is driving adoption of a new computing paradigm that is optimized for modern distributed systems environments, including container packaged, dynamically scheduled, and microservices-based application development and operations.
The Cloud Native Computing Foundation sponsored this podcast.