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Korifi is an open source project aimed at simplifying the Kubernetes experience for application developers. Internally, it uses several open source projects such as kpack, Envoy, Contour, Paketo, Eirini, etc., and makes it possible to use the familiar cf push command to deploy application to a Kubernetes backend. The small footprint of Korifi makes it ideal for local, edge, and cloud-based infrastructure, providing much-needed convergence. It takes Kubernetes’ ability—to unify these infrastructure types—and elevates its capability by introducing the CF PaaS abstraction. It impacts local development, CI/CD, and works with all languages and frameworks (with Spring supported as a first-class citizen), making Korifi an ideal project for software engineering teams working with Kubernetes.
Ram Iyengar is an engineer by practice and an educator at heart. He was (cf) pushed into technology evangelism along his journey as a developer and hasn’t looked back since! He enjoys helping engineering teams around the world discover new and creative ways to work. He is a proponent of product development and engineering teams that put the community first.
DaShaun is a husband, father of four, volunteer, struggling athlete and Spring Developer Advocate at VMware Tanzu. Deliberately practicing to build, manage, and run, better software, faster.