Link: Cloud Foundry Project Eirini Inches the Group Closer to Kubernetes

“A lot of work needs to be done for that but it’s evolving quickly,” Childers said of interoperability tests using Eirini as a bridge between Diego and Kubernetes. He did add that the evolution from Diego to Eirini, if it does occur, will be similar to how Cloud Foundry moved from its DEA architecture system to its Diego architecture system. That involved Diego having to show functional parity to DEA and the necessary production readiness for vendors and organizations to feel comfortable using Diego in place of DEA.

Source: Cloud Foundry Project Eirini Inches the Group Closer to Kubernetes

Link: Containers and serverless functions – a modern architecture needs both and more

“While it’s unclear whether cost savings are the primary motivation for PaaS adoption, 62 percent of IT leaders (presumably a subset that omits developers and operations people) cite saving at least $100,000 by using PaaS instead of traditional development techniques.”

Also, summary of latest CFF survey and few other vendor sponsored surveys on PaaS, containers, and serverless.
Original source: Containers and serverless functions – a modern architecture needs both and more