Cloud Native, Open Source and Community

Jimmy Song is the founder of Cloud Native Community and has authored or translated several books on cloud native since 2016. He is committed to promoting cloud native technologies and trying to build a developer ecosystem based on containers, Kubernetes, Service Mesh, and Serverless in order to help Chinese developers get involved in the global cloud native trend. Cloud Native Community he's assembled covers almost all the stalwarts of cloud native in China, join the community and walk alongside them!

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Cloud Native is a behavior and design philosophy. At its essence, any behavior or approach that improves resource utilization and application delivery efficiency in the cloud is Cloud Native. The history of cloud computing is a history of Cloud Native biochemistry. Kubernetes kicked off the prelude of cloud native 1.0, and the emergence of Istio, a service mesh, led the way for microservices in the post-Kubernetes era. The re-emergence of serverless makes cloud native move from the infrastructure layer to the application architecture layer, and we are now in a new era of cloud native 2.0.

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Containers

The smallest building unit of cloud native applications, built once and run everywhere.

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Kubernetes

Cloud native operating system, declarative API is its core, Operator framework controls everything.

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Service Mesh

As a cloud native network infrastructure, the service mesh is responsible for all aspects of communication between services.

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Serverless

The ultimate form of cloud native in the foreseeable time, true on-demand use and pay-as-you-go.

About Jimmy Song

Jimmy is a developer advocate at Tetrate, CNCF ambassador, Cloud Native Community and ServiceMesher founder, former cloud native advocate and head of OSS office at Ant Group, independent writer and photographer.

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When we need to develop cloud native apps locally, we prefer to have a distributed development environment that is ready to use and easy to customize, so that we can better test Kubernetes itself and applications. Now we use Vagrant and VirtualBox to create such an environment. Click for details …

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