An article published in InfoQ on the marriage of hypervisor isolation with container technology.
My recent InfoQ article covering the topic of containers and hypervisor technology combinations including Kata containers, AWS Firecracker, and enablement projects like Weaveworks Ignite and Firekube.
A podcast discussion with Liz Rice, Aqua Security and CNCF TOC chair, on containers, Kubernetes, open source, and even a bit about cycling!
A blog post (and embedded video interview) about containerd's CNCF graduation and the use of containerd in IBM Cloud Kubernetes service.
An article published in InfoQ on the history, current status, and future of container runtimes for Kubernetes.
My recent blog post covering the CNCF announcement of containerd’s graduation milestone.
A personal Golang project used to measure and compare container runtime performance of common offerings, from CRI implementations to Docker, containerd, and runc. Used and contributed to by several vendors utilizing the project.
A personal Golang project used to create multi-platform capable images in Docker v2-compliant registries. Used by many projects to offer multi-architecture platform support for their containerized software.
A stable and performant core container runtime for the cloud. A graduated maturity project within the CNCF used by Docker, Kubernetes, Cloud Foundry, and many other projects. Phil is a core contributor and maintainer in this open source project.
A blog post about the use of containerd as the CRI runtime in the IBM Cloud Kubernetes service.