Cloud Native Computing Foundation Announces Fluentd Graduation

The Linux Foundation Japan Cloud Native Computing Foundation Announces Fluentd Graduation Open Source Logging Tool Adopted by More Than 5,000 Data Driven Community Users ………………………………………………………………………………………… Cloud Native Computing Foundation (CNCF (R)) working on maintaining and integrating open source technologies such as Kubernetes (R) and Prometheus (TM) under the Linux Foundation, Fluentd’s sixth graduation on April 11 (US time) We announced that it would be a project. Follow the previous graduation projects Kubernetes, Prometheus, Envoy, CoreDNS, and containerd.
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April 11, 2019-San Francisco-The Cloud Native Computing Foundation (CNCF (R) cncf.io/) works on maintaining and integrating open source technologies such as Kubernetes (R) and Prometheus (TM). We announced that (www.fluentd.org/) will be our sixth graduation project. Follow the previous graduation projects Kubernetes, Prometheus, Envoy, CoreDNS, and containerd. Moving the project’s maturity level from incubation to graduation requires demonstrating strong recruitment, texting, a structured governance process, and a strong commitment to community sustainability and inclusion. According to Chris Aniszczyk, Cloud Native Computing Foundation’s CTO / COO: “It has been two and a half years since Fluentd became a part of CNCF, and has grown across projects into a complete ecosystem of integration and third party components. There is an active community of contributors and users, CNCF TOC felt that Fluentd was ready for graduation, and was looking forward to fostering the Fluentd community. ” Fluentd, with co-founder of Treasure Data, Inc. in 2011, will build a unified logging layer that integrates data collection and usage to improve data usage and understanding. Was developed as an open source data collector. November 2016 Kubernetes, Prometheus, and OpenTracing were approved as the sixth project of CNCF. At the Principal Engineer of Arm (R) Treasure Data (TM), Core Fluentd maintainer Mr. Masahiro Nakagawa stated, “Fluentd solves large-scale logging problems. It has become an indispensable tool for any cloud native company to streamline components of distributed architecture as well as stand-alone applications. We work with the CNCF community, we We are very happy to have the opportunity to expand our user base and we are honored to graduate. ” With over 900 plug-ins connecting Docker, Google Cloud, Kubernetes, and many other data sources and data outputs, Fluentd received the 2016 Bossie Awards for Best Open Source Data Center & Cloud Software. More than 5,000 data-driven community users, including Atlassian, Amazon Web Services, Backplane, Change.org, CyberAgent, DeNa, Drecom, GREE, GungHo, LINE Corp, Nintendo, Microsoft, Slideshare, log their own using Fluentd Products and services are differentiated by making good use of data and understanding. Gabe Monroy, Lead Program Manager for Containers for Microsoft Azure, says: “Fluentd is recognized as an industry standard for log collection and distribution, and I am very happy to be a graduate project of CNCF. Microsoft is using Fluentd to enhance the cloud native logging subsystem and grow We look forward to cooperating with the Fluentd open source community. ” Fluentd currently has 4 active maintainers, more than 160 contributors, more than 4,400 commits, 189 official releases, more than 48 million Docker Hub pull, 941 plug-ins developed by the community , Has more than 7,500 Github Star. Said Brian Grant, Principal Software Engineer at Google and CNCF TOC Representatives. “As a long-term incubation project in CNCF, Fluentd has achieved remarkable growth, adoption and numerous integrations in a wide community. There is no doubt that Fluentd is ready to move on to the next stage. I am pleased that the project will continue to produce results. ” In order to formally graduate from the incubation phase, the project introduced the CNCF Code of Conduct and in August 2017 acquired the Core Infrastructure Initiative’s Best Practices Badge. The CII badge marks the ongoing commitment to code quality and security best practices. About Fluentd Fluentd collects events from various data sources and writes them to files, RDBMS, NoSQL, IaaS, SaaS, Hadoop etc. Fluentd helps to centralize the logging infrastructure. All components are available under the Apache 2 license and are overseen by the self-selection team of active contributors to the project. Please refer to github.com/fluent/fluentd, www.fluentd.org/ and https://twitter.com/fluentd for download, documentation and how to join the project. The Linux Foundation is developing an e-learning course Cloud Native Logging with Fluentd, which will be available in May 2019. The self-paced hands-on course introduces Fluentd log forwarding for use with Cloud Native Logging, an individual with a technical background of aggregation tools, and the skills needed to deploy Fluentd in a wide range of production settings. It is designed to provide. Other materials CNCF Blog cncf.io/news/blog Join a CNCF Conversation with Slack slack.cncf.io/ CNCF Newsletter www.cncf.io/newsroom/newsletter/ CNCF Twitter twitter.com/cloudnativefdn/ Fluentd Twitter https://twitter.com/fluentd Open Source Summit Europe events.linuxfoundation.org/events/open-source-summit-europe-2018/ About Cloud Native Computing Foundation Cloud native computing uses open source software stacks to deliver applications as microservices. Package each part into a dedicated container and organize the containers dynamically to optimize resource utilization. Cloud Native Computing Foundation (CNCF) hosts key components of the cloud native software stack, including Kubernetes and Prometheus. The CNCF is a neutral place for collaboration, bringing together the best developers, end users, and vendors in the industry, including the world’s leading public cloud providers, enterprise software companies, and innovative start-up companies. CNCF is a project under the non-profit organization The Linux Foundation The For more information on CNCF, please visit www.cncf.io. ### The Linux Foundation has registered and used various trademarks. A list of The Linux Foundation trademarks can be found here (www.linuxfoundation.jp/trademark-usage/). Linux is a registered trademark of Linus Torvalds.

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