We’ve got all their sessions for you.
As the latest confirmed top-level Open Infrastructure project supported by the OpenStack Foundation, it was an exciting kickoff to the Open Infrastructure Summit for the Kata Containers team.
The Open Infrastructure Summit was hosted in Denver, Colorado, April 29 — May 1, 2019. In case you missed any other Kata Containers’ news, or for a recap, we’ve got your covered below.
Open Collaboration: Evolving the container landscape with Kata Containers and Firecracker
Collaborating without boundaries, Kata Containers and Firecracker discuss the integrating efforts between the two projects alongside another cross-project collaborative initiative based on developing container-specific hypervisors. Learn more about this below.
Kata Containers, story of a container runtime
A three-part video with a focus on the secure container runtime, but also covering Kata Containers’ journey and growth into the container world, and how they’ve become to belong in it. Be sure to check out their story for yourself.
Kata Containers — Project Updates
With Kata Containers being the first pilot project confirmed as a top-level Open Infrastructure project supported by the OpenStack Foundation, it was an exciting start to the Summit for the team. For other project news and details on their upcoming release, here’s the session.
Kata Containers on Arm: Let’s talk about our progress!
For an update on the status of Kata Containers on aarch64, and details on what’s been done and what the future plans are to fully run Kata Containers on all feasible features of Arm, give this video a watch.
Kata Containers on Edge Cloud
Why is enhanced isolation needed when using Kata Containers to implement FaaS with this service deployed on edge? Is Kata Containers mature enough and able to meet the requirement of launching thousands of containers in one second? To answer these questions and more, look no further. Baidu, a Kata Containers user, has the answers for you.