GridGain Joins Cloud Native Computing Foundation and The Linux Foundation

GridGain Systems recently announced that it has joined the open source software foundation, Cloud Native Computing Solutions (CNCF) and the supporter of open source ecosystems, The Linux Foundation.

GridGrain is showing its support for the CNCF by getting its silver membership. GridGain also noted that the company will be participating in the CNCF’s programs and provide guidance related to supporting cloud-native applications.

GridGain Systems is a provider of enterprise-grade in-memory computing solutions. Based on Apache Ignite, Gridgain also witnesses worldwide deployments in AWS, Azure, Oracle Cloud, Google Cloud Platform, Huawei Cloud.

CNCF is an open source software foundation. It aims to make cloud-native computing universal and sustainable. More than 400 enterprises are a part of CNCF as its members. The CNCF members also include the world’s largest public cloud and enterprise software companies and dozens of innovative startups.

Executive Opinion

Executive Director of CNCF, Dan Kohn said, “CNCF and the cloud-native ecosystem benefits immensely from the diversity of companies who have joined together to drive innovation in this space. We are pleased to welcome GridGain to the Foundation and look forward to their contributions,”

CTO of GridGain Systems, Nikita Ivanov, said, “Deploying and managing applications in the cloud can be made much simpler through the use of Kubernetes for orchestration and containerization with Docker. GridGain supports the Cloud Native Computing Foundation in driving adoption of these tools and related best practices. GridGain optimizes our software solutions to run with Kubernetes and Docker for easy deployment and management on-premises, in public and private clouds, and in hybrid environments. We look forward to extending our support for these important cloud-native computing tools and practices through our work with CNCF.”

Apache Ignite and GridGrain

CNCF Cloud Native Interactive Landscape lists Apache Ignite in the App Definition and Development - Database section

Apache Ignite and GridGrain are generally deployed in the cloud, using Kubernetes for orchestration and Docker for containerization. GridGrain has been made available in the AWS, Microsoft Azure and Oracle Cloud Marketplaces and is routinely deployed on the leading cloud platforms worldwide.

In March 2019, GridGain Systems also released its GridGain Community Edition (GCE) making production-ready Apache Ignite available to the public.


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