The CNCF End User Technology Radar is a guide for evaluating cloud native technologies, on behalf of the CNCF End User Community. Read more

Database Storage, November 2020

ASSESSMariaDBCockroachDBVitessTRIALConsulBigQueryCassandraAWS DynamoDBCloudSQLMongoDBAuroraADOPTMySQLMemcachedElasticsearchPostgreSQLKafkaRedis
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The Themes

1. Companies are cautious with their data and slow to adopt newer technologies.

2. Choosing a managed database service depends heavily on use cases.

3. Keep an open mind!

The End User companies

IndeedTicketMasterDailymotionEquityZenPayItUnder ArmourMeltwaterZendeskKSATBoxIntuitAnovaThermo Fisher ScientificShopifyGMXSpotifyZalandoNetMatchAppletrivagoAuthKeysMastercardThe New York TimesLunarUswitchN26

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The Radar Team

Jackie Fong
Jackie Fong
Engineering Leader at Ticketmaster

Jackie is an Engineering Leader in the Platform organization at Ticketmaster responsible for Container Orchestration, CI/CD, Observability, and Developer Experience. At the beginning of 2020, Jackie started a Service Mesh End User Group at CNCF and serves as a co-chair.

Smaïne Kahlouch
Smaïne Kahlouch
DevOps Team Leader at Dailymotion

Smaïne is a DevOps Team Leader at Dailymotion. He leads a team in charge of building a reliable and scalable platform as well as the release management. He is the organizer of the Cloud Native Computing Foundation meetup in Paris and a CNCF Ambassador in France.

Mya Pitzeruse
Mya Pitzeruse
Principal Engineer at Indeed

Mya was the Principal Engineer for the Service Platforms Group at Indeed, where she designed and guided the development of their cloud native platform across compute, storage, and observability.

The data

The CNCF End User Community was asked to describe what their companies recommend for different solutions: Adopt, Trial, Assess or Hold. This table shows how the End User companies rated each technology.


The industries

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