Infrastructure matters - Keynote at Open Source Summit
Many well known companies rely on containers and cloud native, but in truth, 40% of companies run less than 10% of their containers in production.
Data centers emit as much CO2 as the airline industry. If the global IT industry were a country, only China and the United States would contribute more to climate change.
Infrastructure matters - but the impact is up to us.
Cheryl Hung, Director of Ecosystem, Cloud Native Computing Foundation@oicheryl @CloudNativeFdn #ossummit - incredible momentum, but much more to come! 40% of companies don't even run 10% of their containers in production. pic.twitter.com/wI2NjxUNXY— The Linux Foundation (@linuxfoundation) August 22, 2019
As data centers emit as much CO2 as the air travel industry, #Kubernetes adoption can help minimize our impact.— CloudSkiff (@CloudSkiff) August 23, 2019
Great talk by @oicheryl about computing resources optimization and climate change!!! https://t.co/s7DQVmx1a3 #OSSummit @CloudNativeFdn pic.twitter.com/zqeEOMQVos
Improving efficiency with cloud-native tooling doesn't just benefit companies, it can help the environment. Data centers, if they were a country, would be the third-largest carbon emitter. - @oicheryl #OSSummit— Ben Cotton at #OSSummit (@FunnelFiasco) August 22, 2019