How to review conformance results
Verify that the list of files matches the expected list.
vX.Ysubdirectory that the PR is in, this is the version of Kubernetes for which conformance is being claimed, referenced as the "Conformance Version" from hereon.
Verify that the Conformance Version is the current or previous two versions of Kubernetes.
e2e.log. Verify that the
major.minorcomponent of the
kube-apiserver version:log and
e2e test version:both exactly match the Conformance Version. The patch version does not matter.
Verify that the last line of
e2e.logsays "SUCCESS! --
NPassed | 0 Failed | 0 Pending |
MSkipped PASS". The exact value of
Mdon't matter as long as we see
0 Failed | 0 Pending. Also, there should be 0 tests listed as
- Confirm that the vendor is currently a member of CNCF. If they are not, request that they reach out to email@example.com to become a member in order to complete their certification. (Companies can alternatively pay a certfication fee equal to the cost of membership if, for whatever reason, they don't wish to become a CNCF member.) Alternatively, non-profit organizations (including community distributions like Debian) can certify at no cost.
PRODUCT.yaml file, and:
Verify that there is a Participation Form on file for the
vendor, and that the vendor is in good standing in the program.
Verify the product
website_urlare listed in the "Qualifying Offerings" section of the vendor's Participation Form, i.e. that the
name. If it contains the word "Kubernetes" in a non-descriptive fashion, verify that the
nameis listed in "Participant Kubernetes Combinations" section of the vendor's Participation Form.
If the submission doesn't meet all policy requirements, reply with a message indicating "Signed participation form needed", "Files missing from PR", "Membership in CNCF or confirmation of non-profit status needed", etc.
Tasks to Complete After Review
Update the Kubernetes Distributions & Platforms spreadsheet to reflect the vendor's certified offering.
Add the vendor's information to the CNCF landscape which also causes them to appear on https://www.cncf.io/certification/software-conformance/ and https://kubernetes.io/partners/#conformance.
Add a comment saying "You are now Certified Kubernetes" and merge the PR.