Wind River joins Cloud Native Computing Foundation as Silver member

first_img Continue Reading Previous Fischer Elektronik: 19-inch insert modules with variable dimensionsNext congatec: new embedded edge server technologies for the energy sector Wind River has joined Cloud Native Computing Foundation (CNCF) as a Silver member to support the advancement of cloud native computing architectures and technologies such as containers for the broader edge market, particularly those creating devices for the network edge.CNCF is an open source software foundation dedicated to making cloud native computing universal and sustainable. Cloud native technologies can help companies build and run scalable applications in modern, dynamic environments such as edge clouds that drive new 5G and IoT use cases. CNCF serves as the vendor-neutral home for many fastest-growing open source projects, including Kubernetes, fostering collaboration among the industry’s top developers, end users, and vendors.Although it is a recent member to CNCF, Wind River has been steadily incorporating approaches fundamental to CNCF over many months. For example, the current version of Wind River Linux delivers technology to ease adoption of containers in embedded systems by providing resources such as pre-built containers, tools, and documentation as well as support for frameworks such as Docker and Kubernetes. The container technology in Wind River Linux integrates components from CNCF and the Yocto Project to help define a comprehensive framework for building and deploying containers for embedded systems.The Wind River Titanium Cloud platform, based on the StarlingX project, is using Kubernetes, Helm, and several other CNCF technologies to deliver a distributed edge cloud solution for use cases applicable to telecommunications, industrial IoT, 5G, and automotive. With deterministic low latency required by edge applications and tools that make the distributed edge manageable, Titanium Cloud provides a container-based infrastructure for edge implementations in scalable solutions ready for production.Customers of Wind River Linux and Titanium Cloud both have access to long-term support and maintenance, including security updates, for fully upstream content. The Wind River product release cadence incorporates the latest code from the most important open source efforts. Customers can also opt for additional services and training to create a successful device- or cloud-optimized solution. By leveraging Wind River support and services, teams can significantly reduce production and maintenance costs and accelerate development cycles in comparison to in-house efforts.Share this:TwitterFacebookLinkedInMoreRedditTumblrPinterestWhatsAppSkypePocketTelegram Tags: Tools & Software last_img read more

SAINTS star Lee Gaskell has been nominated on the

first_imgSAINTS star Lee Gaskell has been nominated on the shortlist for this season’s Albert Goldthorpe Super League Rookie of the Year Medal.The solid silver medal, and a cash prize of £500, will be awarded by the Rugby League Express newspaper to the winner at this year’s Albert Goldthorpe Medal lunch, which will be held at Huddersfield Giants’ Galpharm Stadium on Wednesday 13 September.Each member of an expert panel was asked to nominate five players for the award, and each player nominated has been included on the shortlist.To qualify for the award, a player must have played ten or fewer Super League games in previous seasons.The Tigers are the only club to have two nominees, in centre Joe Arundel and hooker Daryl Clark, while Bradford Bulls’ Tom Burgess could follow in the footsteps of his oldest brother Luke, who won the award in 2008, its inaugural season.The nominees include four backs and four forwards. Wakefield’s Paul Johnson, at the age of 23, is the oldest nominee, while Clark, 18, is the youngest. The Catalans’ Elio Pelissier is the first player from the Dragons to have been nominated for this award.Arundel is the nominee with the longest current run of consecutive appearances, having made 30 successive appearances for Castleford, while Wigan’s Josh Charnley, with 16 Super League tries and five goals, is the highest scorer of the eight nominees, with 74 points.The nominees are: Joe Arundel (Castleford), Tom Burgess (Bradford), Josh Charnley (Wigan), Daryl Clark (Castleford), Lee Gaskell (St Helens), Paul Johnson (Wakefield), Jermaine McGillvary (Huddersfield), Eloi Pelissier (Catalans).last_img read more