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Breaking Kubernetes for Fun and Profit with David Flanagan
Cloud Native Security Con with Emily Fox
Kubernetes Registry with Benjamin Elder
Kubernetes v1.26 Electrifying, with Leonard Pahlke
Kubernetes on Vessels, with Louis Bailleul
KubeCon NA 2022
Looking Forward and Back, with Adam Glick
Fresh Pivot, with Dan Stein
VMware Tanzu, with Betty Junod
Ambient Mesh, with Justin Pettit and Ethan Jackson
Security, Access and War, with Kateryna Ivashchenko
Kubernetes 1.25, with Cici Huang
Gateway API Beta, with Rob Scott
Writing, Learning and Tech, with Ian Miell
Mercedes-Benz Tech Innovation, with Sabine Wolz
Consulting, with Steve Wade
Cloud Native Storage, with Alex Chircop
Configuration as Data, with Justin Santa Barbara
KubeCon EU 2022, with Ricardo Rocha
Docker, with Scott Johnston
The container solution link in descriptions is referring to a real physical container rental business (:
Docker CE's Server/Client model is stupid and caused the root run processes (fork + exec is the way). Love the idea to split the functionalities up and build applications following the KISS philosophy (UNIX model) on top of shared reusable libraries, each application does one thing and does it well. One of the best podcast I've listened to so far on Podman/Buildab/Skopeo, well done. Podman is not (yet) a drop-in replacement for Docker CE (especially Docker Compose use cases) but they are worth learning for studying the fundamentals behind "Docker CLI" which will help in the long run.
Definitely the best podcast episode on k8s ingress by people who wrote it. Plus a bit of history on Borg, and why ingress wasnt there initially, why the community quickly work out nicely done nginx ingress that does not rely on Cloud Provider LB, well done, appreciate it!
28:50: not able to mount docker socket into pod
Katherine is absolutely incredible. It's interesting to see how one person can elevate the quality of a project so much. Great episode!
What happened at 12:23 lol
Using hybrid in a way where some things run on prem is interesting! Plus the name Bonzai is just a great name.
Google is not your friend. They give you "free" stuff to spy on you and steal as much of your private information as they can.
Nice update. I like the talk about Anthos it look like a great migration tool. I need to find that GitHub repo...