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Containers are widely used in projects that have adopted Docker, Kubernetes, or Mesos. Containers allow for better resource isolation and scalability. With all of the adoption of containers, companies like Red Hat, Google, and CoreOS are working on improved standards within the community.
Standards are important to this community because of its pace of growth and the number of concurrent projects. If you heard our recent episode about the Linux Kernel’s open source governance, you know that having some rules in place will help encourage the right kind of creativity to thrive.
In the world of containers, networking is not well addressed as it is highly environment specific. The Container Networking Interface is an effort to add specifications around how networks of containers can form.
Dan Williams is an engineer at Red Hat. In today’s episode, he explores the ideas behind the container networking interface, which gives insights into how the broader community of cloud native technologies is evolving as a whole.
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