Spotify Awarded Top End User Award by Cloud Native Computing Foundation

Spotify, the world's most popular audio streaming subscription service, has been awarded the Top End User Award by the Cloud Native Computing Foundation (CNCF) for its significant contributions to and involvement in the cloud native community.

The award recognizes major end user contributions to the cloud native ecosystem and Spotify has made over 23,000 contributions in this last year alone. The company uses a variety of CNCF projects across its stack, including Argo, FluentD, OPA, Prometheus, gRPC, Kyverno, Envoy, and Kubernetes. Spotify is also in the process of migrating away from its in-house metrics system in order to standardize on Prometheus-based metrics and is using Kyverno extensively for its admission controller capabilities. Beyond code and projects, Spotify has been an active member of the CNCF community with involvement ranging from a CNCF TOC End User representative to members participating in the KubeCon + CloudNativeCon and EnvoyCon Program Committees, as well as the CNCF Ambassador program. The award is a testament to Spotify's commitment to open source and its unwavering dedication to driving progress in the cloud native ecosystem. The Linux Foundation has registered trademarks and uses trademarks. For more information, please visit