Cloud Native Technologies

Innovation in infrastructure has changed the way software is built, deployed and its architecture as well. InfraCloud founders have deep expertise in Cloud & DevOps products and services. We consciously decided to focus on container technologies very early on due to its wide impact on Cloud & DevOps, and this has led to building deep expertise in Cloud Native Technologies. Microservices architecture, containerized applications and orchestrating these containerized services are three main aspects of Cloud Native Computing.

InfraCloud is a silver member of CNCF and a sponsor at Kubecon 2018 NA in Seattle. We have engineers on the team who are CKA and CKAD certified. We also have team members who are speakers on Cloud Native technologies as listed on CNCF website (

Cloud-native technologies span various areas of scalable and resilient systems, for example, to list a few:

  • Cloud Native Storage & CSI
  • Cloud Native Networking & CNI
  • Function as a Service (FaaS) and Serverless
  • API gateway and Service Meshes
  • Cloud providers
  • OSB and cloud integrations
  • CRD, controllers and Kubernetes native applications

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Cloud Native TechnologiescontainerServerless
May 8, 2018

Virtual Kubelet & New Hybrid World

Thanks to Harshal & Vishal for help with this article and the work that was done around this post. After a long time, I have been excited like a kid…
Using Raspberry pi, Alexa & Ollie to demonstrate Edge Computing Cloud Native TechnologiesIOT
February 1, 2018

Edge Computing: Alexa Talks to Ollie

It is an exciting time to be in the field of computing. What we have seen in last few years to half a decade is nothing short of a transformation in…
Machine learning at scale Cloud Native TechnologiesKubernetesMachine learning
January 30, 2018

Machine Learning on Kubernetes

With the rise of containers, the problems of orchestration became more relevant. Over last few years various projects and companies tried to address the challenge in their ways but Kubernetes…

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