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Oracle joins the Cloud Native Computing Foundation as a platinum member

Original story at TechCrunch• 2 mentions • 1 week ago

TechCrunch 1 week ago

 
Oracle today announced that it is joining the Cloud Native Computing Foundation (CNCF) as a platinum member. With this move, it’s joining companies like Amazon, Cisco, Google, IBM, Intel, Microsoft and RedHat as the top sponsors for the Linux Foundation-based group that’s the home of the Kubernetes container orchestration project and related tools. Membership in the CNCF isn’t cheap. Platinum members pay $370,000 for their membership (with a discount for existing Linux Foundation members), so joining the foundation is a clear sign that a company is backing the Kubernetes ecosystem. Indeed, Oracle isn’t just joining the foundation but also bringing ...
 
 
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14 Sep
Erez Ofer @oferez
Oracle joins the Cloud Native Computing Foundation as a platinum member https://t.co/gWbqzLBJj8
13 Sep
TechCrunch @TechCrunch
Oracle joins the Cloud Native Computing Foundation as a platinum member https://t.co/vGlRMMs6Dh by @fredericl