Location: RJR Forum
Google started using Borg as its internal workload manager in 2003. In 2014, Google introduced Kubernetes as an open source container orchestration platform that leveraged what it had learned from Borg. Now it is one of the world's most popular open source projects, used by more than 71% of Fortune 100 companies.
Cheryl Hung, will present how and why the Kubernetes community has grown to its present state, the role of the CNCF as a neutral home, and where we might go next.