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CloudNativeJS Community

Node.js applications are overwhelmingly being deployed to clouds, with 79% of Node.js developers reporting using cloud providers for their production applications.

Whilst almost half are using Docker, only 12% are using container orchestration technologies like Kubernetes, and 12% of developers are building “Cloud Native” applications, and

CloudNativeJS is an open source community project that aims to provide best-practices, assets and tools to make it easier to get started building enterprise-grade, Cloud Native Node.js applications. These are not just cloud-hosted, but integrate with the Cloud Native Computing Foundation (CNCF) open source technologies and exploit the full potential that cloud platforms provide.

CloudNativeJS Assets

The CloudNativeJS project currently provides the following assets. This set is expected to extend over time to include not just a wider set of CNCF technologies, but to also include DevOps best practices.

Contributing to the CloudNativeJS Community

Discussion, feedback and contributions to the CloudNativeJS community are welcomed, and can be done through various channels:

  • The #cloudnative channel on node-js.slack.com
  • Issues against this project on GitHub
  • The individual projects themselves on github.com/cloudnativejs

Please note and adhere to the Code of Conduct when contributing to CloudNativeJS.

Code of Conduct

The CloudNativeJS project adopts the Contributor Covenant Code of Conduct. This applies to all repositories in the CloudNativeJS project. For more details, see the full Code of Conduct.

License and Copyright

All repositories under the CloudNativeJS project use an Apache 2.0 license, and copyright remains with the contributors.