CNCF’s Director Of Ecosystem On Her Life Before And After Google

Episode 417 · January 28th, 2019 · 25 mins 54 secs

About this Episode

Cheryl Hung, director of ecosystem, Cloud Native Computing Foundation CNCF, was already intent on working for Google as a young teenager.

It was “a cool startup,” Hung said, where it seemed everyone wanted to work, with all kinds of fun and perks — including free food and even on-campus massages. Her career track did indeed take her to Google, where she worked as a software engineer and held other roles for over five years. Now, for the CNCF, she spends a lot of time traveling and helping organizations to learn about how they can take advantage of cloud native platforms.

While Google its obvious connection to containers and Kubernetes represent a focal point in Hung’s career, Hung largely spoke of her lifework before and after her stint at the search engine giant during a podcast Alex Williams, founder and editor-in-chief of The New Stack, recently hosted at KubeCon + CloudNativeCon 2018 in Shanghai.

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