The presentation discusses the criteria for graduation projects, the importance of openness and transparency in communication, and the focus on technology advancement, interoperability, security, and sustainability in the cloud native community.
- The cloud native community emphasizes openness and transparency in communication and considers closer collaboration between the Technical Oversight Committee (TOC) and projects.
- The community focuses on technology advancement, interoperability, security, and sustainability.
- The TOC relies on Technical Advisory Groups (TAGs) to understand the direction of the industry.
- Security is a major trend, with a focus on supply chain security and regulatory and legislative action.
- There is a growing interest in running batch workloads on cloud-native technology, particularly Kubernetes.
- Open standards and interoperability are important for innovation, extensibility, and interoperability.
- Developer experience is a growing area of focus, with an emphasis on driving a positive contributor experience.
- Sustainability is important for both technology and community growth, with a new Environmental Sustainability Working Group focusing on reducing the carbon footprint of cloud native projects.
- Growing the contributory community is important for community sustainability.
The speaker emphasizes the importance of sustainability in the cloud native community and introduces the new Environmental Sustainability Working Group. The group's mission is to bring environmental sustainability as a key factor throughout the development of open source through accountability, education, and following a set of best guidelines. The speaker encourages attendees to register their interest and get involved in the group's activities.