We discussed The Cloud Native Computing Foundation briefly in Chapter 9, Docker and Kubernetes. The Cloud Native Computing Foundation, or CNCF, for short, was founded to provide a vendor-neutral home for projects that allow you to manage your containers and microservices architectures.
Its membership includes Docker, Amazon Web Services, Google Cloud, Microsoft Azure, Red Hat, Oracle, VMWare, and Digital Ocean to name a few. In June 2018, the Linux Foundation reported that CNCF had 238 members. These members not only contribute projects but also engineering time, code, and resources.