Today Cycle Computing announced its participation in the Cloud Native Computing Foundation. Through its membership, Cycle Computing will enable enterprise users with big compute problems to fully leverage the advantages of cloud by running their workloads on cloud native software. Finance, research and manufacturing organizations are increasingly moving their high performance and high throughput workloads to the cloud; Cycle and the Cloud Native Computing Foundation will bridge the gap from internal infrastructure to cloud to ease and accelerate their transition.
Since our founding, Cycle has operated off of the simple premise that easier access to computing and storage resources increases innovation by decreasing the time it takes to solve compute challenges. Our participation in the Cloud Native Computing Foundation is a logical step, we are honored to be a part of it,” said Jason Stowe, Cycle Computing CEO. “Containers and Kubernetes will help increase access to compute for big data, analytics, and batch computing, and we look forward to collaborating with the community to remove the barriers to resources that analysts, engineers and scientists depend on.”
Cycle’s membership in the Cloud Native Computing Foundation, is part of a larger announcement from Google Cloud Platform and Linux Foundation, where more than 20 other partners were unveiled. The goal of the Foundation is to shape the evolution of native cloud computing, making it ubiquitous, and more easily available.