Upbound and Leaders from the Cloud-native Community Advance a New Approach to Application and Infrastructure Management with Crossplane
AlibabaCloud Join Crossplane Project Implementing the Open Application Model (OAM)
Upbound Initiates Steps to Donate Crossplane to the
Cloud Native Computing Foundation
- Inaugural Crossplane Virtual Community Day Celebrates Significant Project Momentum
“We launched Crossplane over a year ago to bring the same control plane-centric approach pioneered by cloud providers like AWS, Microsoft Azure, and Google Cloud to the enterprise and open source community,” said
“We started the Open Application Model because we saw the need for a well-defined model that brings a team-centric and platform-agnostic approach to building complete, cloud-native applications,” said
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“Alibaba Cloud and Microsoft invested in the Open Application Model (OAM) because we believe that modern application platforms need to promote a standard and team-centric approach to building, running, and managing applications,” said
Upbound also announced that Red Hat is working with the Crossplane community to enable powerful hybrid cloud application scenarios. Cloud-native applications can use Crossplane to easily provision and manage infrastructure and services from AWS, Google Cloud, and Microsoft Azure.
“Red Hat has been working upstream with the Crossplane community to create an operator to allow cloud services to be abstracted and consumed within Red Hat OpenShift,” said
In response to strong Crossplane community momentum and demand, Upbound has launched a preview of their fully-managed service offering of Crossplane - Upbound Cloud. The preview is available today and is the first product offering built on top of the Crossplane project. Upbound is working with a number of customers towards an enterprise offering later in the year.
Upbound is the enterprise cloud computing company behind Upbound Cloud and the creators of the open source projects Crossplane and Rook. Upbound Cloud empowers companies to build, run, and manage internal cloud platforms using Crossplane.