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David Flanagan is a developer, educator and technology enthusiast with a special interest for Kubernetes and Cloud Native technologies. David is the founder of Rawkode Academy, an online platform aiming at teaching kubernetes to developers. One of the popular shows on RawKode is Klustered. Where david invites people to fix broken kubernetes clusters, learn a thing or two and have a laugh   Do you have something cool to share? Some questions? Let us know: - web: - mail: - twitter: @kubernetespod News of the week Istio Ambient Mesh merged into the main branch Kubernetes 1.27 changes and removals to redirect Preview support for pod sandbox on Azure Kubernetes Services Katacontainers Docker apologies for handling Free Teams deprecation Schedule for CNCF-hosted and colocated events is up Kubernetes WithOut Kubelet CrowdStrike Discovers First-Ever Dero Cryptojacking Campaign Targeting Kubernetes Links from the interview David Flanagan Twitter Linkedin RawKode Academy Klustered How Spotify Accidentally Deleted All its Kube Clusters with No User Impact - David Xia You probably DON'T need a service mesh Klustered episode with Abdel and Marek Docker first release at PyCon 2013 KubeHuddle 2023 Toronto Kubernetes Failure Stories Kubelete runOnce flag Cilium Hubble Telnet Talkers Teamrock MUD's eBPF  
Emily Fox is a security engineer @Apple Cloud Services, a CNCF Technical Oversight Committee member and co-chair for a bunch of CNCF events including recently the Cloud Native Security Conference in Seattle. We had a chance to talk to Emily about the first edition of the CNSC 2023, her involvement with the CNCF community. Her role as a security engineer and some career discussions.   Do you have something cool to share? Some questions? Let us know: - web: - mail: - twitter: @kubernetespod   News of the week KubeEdge v1.13.0 released on January 18, 2023, achieves SLSA 3 compliance SLSA 3 compliance KubeVela brings software delivery control plane capabilities to CNCF Incubator GKE Updates: Balanced compute classes are now offered in GKE Autopilot GKE Autopilot now supports exposing randomly assigned host ports for pods GKE has started offering ephemeral storage with local SSDs Added support for Windows Server 2022 nodes AWS announced the availability of AKS anywhere on Snowball Edge Devices Sysdig released their 6th annual Cloud Native Security and Usage Report. Rebooting the Cloud Native Hamburg community group KubeCon EU Amsterdam Schedule Katacoda Kubernetes tutorials shutdown LFX Internships for WASMEdge Kubernetes Community Days (KCDs): Upcoming CFP deadlines: KCD Italy CFP closes February 20 2023 (in-person) KCD Czech + Slovak CFP closes March 1, 2023 (in-person) KCD Bangaluru CFP closes March 20, 2023 (in-person) KCD Zurich CFP closes March 31, 2023 (in-person) KCD Colombia CFP closes March 31, 2023 (in-person)  Check out upcoming KCDs that might be in your region: Sponsorship opportunities are available Donation Prospectus available for review KCD Israel 2023, Mar 23, 2023 KCD LA, Mar 9, 2023 KCD Pakistan (Islamabad), February 20, 2023 KCD Netherlands (Amsterdam), February 23-24, 2023 KCD France (Paris), March 7, 2023 KCD Los Angeles, March 9-10, 2023 KCD Ukraine Virtual Fundraiser, March 16, 2023   Links from the interview Emily Fox: Twitter Linkedin Cloud Native Security Con Youtube Playlist How to Secure Your Supply Chain at Scale - Hemil Kadakia & Yonghe Zhao, Yahoo eBPF CIA Triad Waterfall development podcast Rory McCune on twitter Software Supply Chain Security Emily Fox on SBOM Emily Fox on SDLC Shift Left Security: Best Practices for Getting Started Episode 196 with Benjamin Elder CNSC 2023 seattle guests David Wolf Eric Knauer Liz Rice Mitch Connors   Josh Knarr Nick Young Taylor Dolezal Frederick Kautz on SPIFFE/SPIRE Chris Aniszczyk's Blog The Falco Project Cilium Tetragon Pixie Aviatrix Keylime Google Anthos Beyond Cluster-Admin: Getting Started with Kubernetes Users and Permissions - Tiffany Jernigan Standardization & Security - A Perfect Match - Ravi Devineni & Vinny Carpenter, Northwestern Mutual CSI Container: Can You DFIR It? - Alberto Pellitteri & Stefano Chierici, Sysdig   Links from the post-interview chat Cloud Native Security Con Eu 2023 CNCF TOC
Benjamin Elder is a Senior Software Engineer at Google, a Kubernetes SIG Testing Chair & Tech Lead, and a Kubernetes Steering Committee member. In this episode we got to chat with Benjamin about the new kubernetes registry migration from to We also had an opportunity to discuss the community, the various SIG's (Special Interest Groups) Benjamin is involved with the amount of work needed to drive the project forward.   Do you have something cool to share? Some questions? Let us know: - web: - mail: - twitter: @kubernetespod Chatter of the week Google Developer Experts program. ChatGPT. OpenAI Case Study. Kubernetes Jobs API. Job Tracking, to Support Massively Parallel Batch Workloads, Is GA in kubernetes 1.26. Stateful apps on Kubernetes. Kelsey Hightower's take on Databases on Kubernetes twitter space. Kubernetes Resources Model News of the week Linkerd published a 2022 recap The CNCF Cloud Native Maturity Model The CNCF Cloud Native Maturity Model website Using Amazon EKS with Google Workspace identities CNCF Ambassador 2.0 program Cloud Native Security Con NA 2023 (website - recordings) The CNCF important updates for KubeCon + CloudNativeCon 2023 and co-located events Kubernetes 1.26 news: Eviction policy for unhealthy pods guarded by PodDisruptionBudgets: Retroactive Default StorageClass: Alpha support for cross-namespace storage data sources: Advancements in Kubernetes Traffic Engineering: Job Tracking, to Support Massively Parallel Batch Workloads, Is Generally Available: CPUManager goes GA: Pod Scheduling Readiness: Support for Passing Pod fsGroup to CSI Drivers At Mount Time: GA Support for Kubelet Credential Providers: Introducing Validating Admission Policies: Device Manager graduates to GA: Non-Graceful Node Shutdown Moves to Beta: Alpha API For Dynamic Resource Allocation: Windows HostProcess Containers Are Generally Available: We're now signing our binary release artifacts!:   Links from the interview Benjamin Elder LinkedIn Github Twitter Kubernetes Steering Committee Kubernetes SIG Testing Kubernetes IN Docker (KIND) Benjamin on the podcast episode 96 Paris Pittman LinkedIN Twitter Kubernetes registry move from to Archeio is the tool used to redirect to GCR or S3 depending on the client. The design of how requests are handled. Doc detailing the background of this migration. Kubernetes SIG Contributor Experience Kubernetes Slack channel
Leonard Pahlke is not only the Release Lead for Kubernetes v1.26, he's also a co-chair of the CNCF TAG for Environmental Sustainability and a student working toward a Master's Degree in Computer Science at the Hamburg University of Applied Sciences. In this episode, Leonard talks with us about Open Source contribution, environmental sustainability, and Kubernetes v1.26.   Do you have something cool to share? Some questions? Let us know: - web: - mail: - twitter: @kubernetespod   Chatter of the week The 1.23 Release team (where Kaslin was a comms shadow) Shoutout to Kunal Kushwaha, another Kubernetes contributor who started out as a student, and who advocates for students in the community via his YouTube channel & more. KubeCon EU 2023 (which will have a student track as part of the schedule) KubeCon Diversity and Inclusion Scholarships   News of the week Kubernetes Removals, Deprecations, and Major Changes in 1.26 AWS ReInvent 2022 AWS YouTube Channel Control Plane Logs added for GKE Gateway Controller for Single Clusters reaches GA for GKE Prometheus Turns 10 Prometheus Training Prometheus Documentary by HoneyPot Move to Leak Signal Micro-waf CNCF Maintainer Track changes   Links from the interview Leonard Pahlke’s Blog Leonard Pahlke blog about contribution: Start Contributing to Open Source Projects Leonard Pahlke CNCF WG Environmental Sustainablity Blog Post TAG Environmental Sustainability GitHub Specific 1.26 changes mentioned: Kubernetes 1.26: We're now signing our binary release artifacts! Kubernetes 1.26: Windows HostProcess Containers Are Generally Available CEL for Admission Control KEP In-tree Storage Plugin to CSI Migration - Azurefile In-tree Storage Plugin to CSI Migration - vSphere In-tree storage plugin removals for GlusterFS and OpenStack, and more, are outlined in the “Kubernetes Removals, Deprecations, and Major Changes in 1.26” blog Kubernetes Enhancement Proposals (KEPs) Kubernetes v1.26 Electrifying Release Blog   Links from the post-interview chat List of Kubernetes SIGs Kubernetes Release Team Shadow program
Louis Bailleul is a Chief Enterprise Architect at PGS. After years of running highly-ranked super computers to process PGS’ seismic data, Louis’s team at PGS has lead a transition to Google Cloud. Listen in to learn about HPC in Google Cloud with GKE, and to explore using Kubernetes to do processing on vessels at sea! Do you have something cool to share? Some questions? Let us know: web: mail: twitter: @kubernetespod Chatter of the week Listen to the KubeCon NA 2022 recap episode News of the week Docker + Wasm Istio control plane vulnerability CVE-2022-39278 KubeFlow joins CNCF as an Incubating Project CNCF Backstage course CNCF Istio intro course Links from the interview PGS A picture of a PGS vessel PGS post from 2021 about their supercomputing rankings and transition to Google Cloud Top500 List Kubernetes Custom Resources (CRDs) Scaling Kubernetes to Thousands of CRDs Google Cloud Spot Instances Google Cloud Preemptible VM Instances Google Cloud - Manage capacity and quota KubeCon NA 2019: How the Department of Defense Moved to Kubernetes and Istio - Nicolas Chaillan Bare Metal K8s Clustering at Chick-fil-A Scale by Brian Chambers, Caleb Hurd, and Alex Crane
KubeCon NA 2022

KubeCon NA 2022


In this episode we bring you with us to KubeCon NA 2022 in Detroit, Michigan. We interviewed 15 attendees from various backgrounds and learned some cool insights. Featuring: Mo Khan, Software Engineer, Microsoft. Katrina Verey, Senior Staff Production Engineer, Shopify. Aishwarya Harpale, Student, Rutgers University. Jeffery Sica, Principal Developer Experience Engineer, CNCF. Kirsten Schumy, Software Engineer, AWS. John-Paul Robinson, HPC Architect, University of Alabama at Birmingham. Madhav Jivrajani, Software Engineer, Vmware. Leigh Capili, Developer Advocate, Vmware Tanzu. Nim Jayawardena, Developer Programs Engineer, Google. Charlie Yu, Developer Programs Engineer, Google. Ahrar Monsur, Developer Programs Engineer, Google. Mickey Boxell, Product Manager, Oracle. Eddie Zaneski, Software Engineer, Chainuard. Andy Piggott, Chief Product Officer, Section. Logan Smith, Director of Business Development, GrafanaLabs. Brian Dorsey, Developer Advocate, Google - Shoutout for recommending the microphones for interviews. Do you have something cool to share? Some questions? Let us know: web: mail: twitter: @kubernetespod News of the week CrowdStrike cryptojacking finding Skaffold v2 Generally Available GKE Security Posture Dashboard Blog Video Cdk8s+ from AWS Blog Project page CNCF Sandbox project application information Istio becomes a CNCF Incubating project Cert-manager becomes a CNCF Incubating project Cisco OpenClarity Kube-router bug Google Cloud Next Wrap-Up Microsoft Ignite highlights blog Cloud Native SecurityCon Linux Foundation partnership with Razom for Ukraine Links from the interview Kubernetes SIG Auth Kubernetes SIG API Machinery FluxCD Online Boutique Sample App Kubernetes SIG-CLI Cloud Native 101: Motor City Edition by Bob Killen and Jeffrey Sica Consumers to Contributors by Brendan O’Leary Kubernet-Bees: How Bees Solve the Problems of Distributed Systems SchedMD Slurm Kube-bind Contribute to etcd! Cloud Native WASM Day Cloud Native SecurityCon Backstage (Incubating CNCF Project) eBPF Cilium (Incubating CNCF Project) Acorn Labs Vulcan Mind-Meld (Star Trek) Kids’ Day at KubeCon NA 2022
After four and a half years hosting this podcast (and almost 9 years at Google) Craig Box is moving on from the latter, which unfortunately means leaving the former. But the show must go on. In this episode Craig introduces new hosts Abdel Sghiouar and Kaslin Fields. We take a small look forward, and then a big look back. Do you have something cool to share? Some questions? Let us know: web: mail: twitter: @kubernetespod Links from the show Adam’s last episode Abdelfettah Sghiouar Devoxx MA Cloud Careers Podcast You probably DON’T need a Service Mesh Kaslin Fields Containers as cookies Biscuits and gravy Contributor comms First-gen stickers Second-gen stickers Episode 60, with Mark Shuttleworth Episode 15, with Dan Ciruli and Jasmine Jaksic Dan on sticker duty Episode 30, with Joe Zou A rare team photo Music and musicians Kaossilator Episode 191, with DJ Fresh Episode 127, with David Pait Episode 83, with Guinevere Saenger Episode 120, with Melanie Cebula Episode 121, with Ed Huang Double guest trivia: Episodes 1 and 100 with Paris Pittman Episodes 62 and 180 with Ricardo Rocha (on a technicality) The Adam face Corey Quinn: separated at birth? One of many booth meetups Follow Craig Box on Twitter Follow Adam Glick on LinkedIn
Dan Stein is an engineering manager at General Bioinformatics. Dan Stein is also DJ Fresh, a multi-million selling artist with two UK number one records. Learn about the surprising overlap between these two careers. Do you have something cool to share? Some questions? Let us know: web: mail: twitter: @kubernetespod and @craigbox Chatter of the week Trevor Noah stepping down as host of Daily Show Follow @craigbox to learn what’s next News of the week Google Cloud adds GPU support to Autopilot Pricing CVE-2021-36782 in Rancher State of DevOps Report for 2022 Congratulations to the 27 Summer LFX Program CNCF interns Reviewing the 2019 Kubernetes security audit Links from the interview DJ Fresh Atari 800 and Atari ST Pong Atari BASIC Commodore Amiga OctaMED Fatboy Slim and the Atari ST Dogs on Acid music forum Taylor Hawkins Tribute Concerts Abolishing the high tax rate in the UK, or not Breakbeat Kaos Hold Your Colour by Pendulum Kryptonite by DJ Fresh Gold Dust Subsequent hits: Louder Hot Right Now Kyma (sound design language) and Max/MSP We Got Coders General Bioinformatics NGS gene sequencing Ensembl Hasura GraphQL Playground NCBI - National Center for Biotechnology Information Max Martin How Music Works by John Powell Learning: Treehouse Udemy 3Blue1Brown Codeacademy DJ Fresh’s new single, Higher DJ Fresh on Facebook Dan Stein on Twitter
Betty Junod, VP of Product Marketing at VMware Tanzu, kindly took up Craig’s challenge to explain the various parts of the Tanzu ecosystem, and how the traditional IT buyer and the modern cloud native really aren’t that different. Do you have something cool to share? Some questions? Let us know: web: mail: twitter: @kubernetespod and @craigbox Chatter of the week NASA DART mission Deep Impact Armageddon Apparent retrograde motion Planets beyond Neptune News of the week Istio sails into the CNCF SPIFFE and SPIRE graduate Episode 45, with Andrew Jessup Brigade archived Sysdig 2022 Cloud Native threat report The nice TeamTNT Episode 188, with Kateryna Ivashchenko Episode 169, with Anna Belak Chainguard introduces Wolfi workerd, from Cloudflare Introducing Palaemon Custom org policy for GKE in preview Leveraging Kubernetes for an elastic platform at Blablacar by Sebastien Doido Links from the interview VMware History Docker VMware Tanzu introduction blog VMware acquires Heptio VMware acquires Pivotal Tanzu Mission Control Tanzu for Kubernetes Operations Tanzu Application Platform Tanzu Kubernetes Grid Bring your own host to TKG Project Pacific introduction TKG 2.0 VMware Aria Operations for Applications Tanzu Application Service Cloud Foundry Open source projects: Velero Antrea Carvel Cartographer Michigan cider Detroit-style pizza Betty Junod on Twitter
When you think of a service mesh, you probably think of “sidecar containers running with each pod”. The Istio team has come up with a new approach, introduced recently as an experimental preview. Google Cloud software engineers Justin Pettit and Ethan Jackson join Craig to explore ambient mesh. Do you have something cool to share? Some questions? Let us know: web: mail: twitter: @kubernetespod Chatter of the week Listening immediately and listening on a 1 year delay Death and state funeral of Queen Elizabeth II The Queue What the queue says about our relationship with royalty News of the week Cloud Custodian becomes an incubating project Anthos VM support GKE control plane metrics CVE-2022-3172: Aggregated API server can cause clients to be redirected CVE-2021-25749: runAsNonRoot logic bypass for Windows containers Akuity Platform Episode 172, with Jesse Suen Weave GitOps 2022.09 Coroot Community Edition Constellation, by Edgeless Systems Register for Google Cloud Next Dell and Red Hat expand strategic collaboration Links from the interview Nicira Open vSwitch Introucing Ambient Mesh Service mesh First mention of Ambient in 2018 No first class support for sidecars in Kubernetes Istio working group meeting, August 2021 Remote proxy proposal HBONE: HTTP/2-based overlay network environment mTLS HTTP Connect GIF MASQUE and QUIC Get started with Ambient Mesh Ambient Mesh Security Deep Dive Justin Pettit and Ethan Jackson on Twitter
Kateryna Ivashchenko is a Senior Demand Generation Manager at Teleport, an organizer of community events, and a supporter of the developer community in her home country of Ukraine. Do you have something cool to share? Some questions? Let us know: web: mail: twitter: @kubernetespod News of the week Introducing Ambient Mesh in Istio Istio 1.15 Linkerd 2.12 Linkerd and the Gateway API Symbiosis Cuber nay-tace Reddit discussion VMware Tanzu announcments from VMware Explore Isovalent raises $40m Series B Kubernetes Blog: PodSecurityPolicy: The Historical Context Pod Security Admission Controller in Stable CSI Inline Volumes have graduated to GA cgroup v2 graduates to GA Kubernetes was never designed for batch jobs by Kurt Schelfthout 7 years of GKE General Availability Links from the interview Portworx Teleport 24 February 2022: Russia invades Ukraine BeyondCorp Teleport open source hunter2 Okta breach Sandworm: A New Era of Cyberwar and the Hunt for the Kremlin’s Most Dangerous Hackers by Andy Greenberg War in Ukraine Kateryna’s sister’s T-shirt Independence Day Chris Lentricchia and Operation Dvoretskyi CNCF crowdfunding DevOpsDays Kyiv International Snack Exchange Kateryna Ivashchenko on Twitter
It’s release day! We discuss today’s Kubernetes 1.25 with release team lead Cici Huang, Software Engineer at Google Cloud. What’s in, what’s out, and what is it like to lead a release you are also promoting a feature in? Do you have something cool to share? Some questions? Let us know: web: mail: twitter: @kubernetespod Chatter of the week Nelson underwater England underwater A picture of a sheep Follow Craig on Twitter for more like that News of the week Kubernetes 1.25 release Introducing Acorn Acorn Labs: Rancher Co-Founders’ New Kubernetes Startup by Christine Hall Episode 57, with Darren Shepherd GKE updates: New observability metrics GKE Autopilot now default 256 pods per node KubeCon schedule published Cloud Native Rejekts Scaling Kubernetes to thousands of CRDs by Nic Cope Links from the interview IBM Watson Kubernetes Community Awards SIG API Machinery Chair & Cici’s hiring manager: Fede Bongiovanni Kubernetes 1.25 release team Release blog Highlights: PodSecurityPolicy is removed; Pod Security Admission is stable cgroups v2 KMS v2alpha1 CRD valdation experession language Registry change Kubernetes 1.24 delay Theme and logo Envelopes: 1.24 lead: Episode 178, with James Laverack 1.26 lead: Leonard Pahlke Cici Huang on GitHub
Three years after they were first proposed, the new Kubernetes Gateway APIs - the evolution of the Ingress API - are in Beta. Rob Scott is a software engineer at Google and a lead on the SIG Network Gateway API project. Do you have something cool to share? Some questions? Let us know: web: mail: twitter: @kubernetespod Chatter of the week Hot hot hot Stevenson screen Heathrow Airport Kew Gardens RAF Coningsby News of the week Argo security audit: Argo blog ADA Logics blog Episode 172, with Jesse Suen Kubernetes Cluster API integrates continuous fuzzing The report OSS Fuzz Cilium 1.12 GKE Cluster Autoscaler location policy The quest for neutrinos Ray traced Quake II Links from the interview Gateway API Spire Labs Fairwinds rbac-manager Polaris Episode 104, with Bowei Du Ingress Gateway API concepts and role-orientation Roles and resource model GatewayClass GKE implementation of GatewayClass Conformance tests Policy attachment Gateway Routes Gateway API goes to Beta GRPCRoute Gateway Enhancement Proposal (GEP) Istio APIs that influenced the Gateway API GAMMA Initiative Istio support for Gateway API SMI community joining Gateway API on GitHub Santa Cruz Moutains Rob Scott on Twitter and LinkedIn
Ian Miell is a partner at consultancy Container Solutions, and an author of books on Bash, Git, Terraform and Docker. He explains to Craig how writing - whether runbooks, blog posts, training courses, or “real” books, can help you learn and make your team more effective. Do you have something cool to share? Some questions? Let us know: web: mail: twitter: @kubernetespod Chatter of the week Hot hot hot Small pools and larger pools News of the week Gateway API goes to Beta Episode 104, with Bowei Du Istio support for Gateway API SMI community gets behind Gateway API Kyverno and Keptn move to incubation Episode 119, with Alois Reitbauer Tau T2A Arm VMs now on Google Compute Engine GKE support for Tau T2A Arm nodes Kubeshop acquires BotKube Exploiting Authentication in AWS IAM Authenticator for Kubernetes by Gafnit Amiga New Vulnerabilities in Kubernetes NGINX Ingress Controller CNCF sponsors audit of KubeEdge KubeEdge security threat model Audit report Red Hat announces new CEO Google Cloud announces new Distinguished Engineer Episode 185, with Clayton Coleman Links from the interview Zwischenzugs Business Value, Soccer Canteens, Engineer Retention, and the Bricklayer Fallacy Zwischenzug and zugzwang in chess Ian’s books: Learn Bash The Hard Way Learn Git The Hard Way Learn Terraform The Hard Way All three in a bundle Docker in Practice Tcl Why are enterprises so slow? Erlang Episode 164, with Daniel Walsh ‘AWS vs K8s’ is the new ‘Windows vs Linux’ The Runbooks Project ITIL Consultancy: Episode 183, with Steve Wade Why it’s great to be a consultant Container Solutions Finance topologies: Team Topologies by Manuel Pais and Matthew Skelton If You Want To Transform IT, Start With Finance Conway’s Law Ian Miell on Twitter
Why does a car manufacturer own an IT company? How did that IT company end up running 900 Kubernetes clusters, starting at version 0.9? Craig asks these questions and more of Sabine Wolz, Product Manager at Mercedes-Benz Tech Innovation. Do you have something cool to share? Some questions? Let us know: web: mail: twitter: @kubernetespod Chatter of the week Live UK political coverage on the day of recording. As predicted, news happened slightly faster than publication, and at the time of release, Boris Johnson is expected to resign as Conservative Party leader today. Shibboleth Lord of the Rings TV show moved to UK News of the week GKE Cost Allocation CubeFS accepted as CNCF incubating project Bare metal deployments for EKS Anywhere Episode 142, with Gianluca Arbezzano Cubernetes Episode 20, with Justin Garrison OpenShift Service Mesh 2.2 Tanzu Mission Control adds FluxCD Pixie plugins What GKE users need to know about Kubernetes’ new service account tokens, by Taahir Ahmed Kubernetes is a red flag signalling premature optimisation, by Jeremy Brown Hacker News discussion eBPF Summit 2022 Links from the interview Mercedes-Benz Tech Innovation Mercedes-Benz and Daimler Truck How should electric vehicles sound? Ulm and its church Sabine’s KubeCon keynote How to Migrate 700 Kubernetes Clusters to Cluster API with Zero Downtime: Tobias Giese & Sean Schneeweiss Game theory FOSS Manifesto Inner source CNCF End User Community The promise of flying cars Sabine Wolz on LinkedIn
Gone are the days of working at the same company for 50 years. Consultants and contractors bring specialised experience to many companies in short bursts. Steve Wade is an independent Kubernetes consultant and trainer, and he tells us how that became the life for him. Do you have something cool to share? Some questions? Let us know: web: mail: twitter: @kubernetespod Chatter of the week Queen Bourton-on-the-Water, fire in the sky Model village Model village inception News of the week New GKE features: eBPF and IP masquerading in GKE Autopilot Dual stack networking Time-shared GPUs Confidential GKE nodes Paralus (by Rafay) Furiko (by Shopee) New CNCF Sandbox projects: Clusterpedia OpenCost Aeraki Mesh Curve OpenFeature Kubewarden DevStream Traefik Hub Cyble’s exposed Kubernetes clusters Bitnami index FAQ Links from the interview Premier League Tesco Consultants and IR35 KSOC Indian food Steve Wade (1987) on Twitter
As we move further up the stack, we rely on many foundations – including storage. Alex Chircop is co-chair of the CNCF Storage Technical Advisory Group (TAG), as well as founder and CEO of Ondat (formerly StorageOS). Join us to learn why no app is truly stateless, and how data is the new storage. Do you have something cool to share? Some questions? Let us know: web: mail: twitter: @kubernetespod Chatter of the week Crowded House snippets: Distant Sun Sister Madly Don’t Dream It’s Over (you know this one) Weather With You Something So Strong How Will You Go News of the week Kubernetes 2021 annual report and blog post discussing it SUSECon news SLSA Level 4 The State of CD 2022 report Introducing OpenCost Spec Episode 124, with Webb Brown OSTIF and ADA Logics posts discussing the CRI-O project audit Bitnami Helm chart pruning and Reddit discussion Upcoming Code of Conduct changes at the CNCF Links from the interview Goldman Sachs on Google Cloud Episode 181, with Justin Santa Barbara KubeCon EU 2016 CNCF TAG Storage Data on Kubernetes community CNCF TAGs CNCF Storage WG talk at KubeCon EU 2019 CNCF TAG Storage talk at KubeCon EU 2022 Kubernetes SIG Storage Xing Yang CSI and COSI Quinton Hoole Federation, aka “Ubernetes” Whitepapers: Storage Disaster Recovery Ondat Updog Alex Chircop on Twitter
What is configuration as data, how is different from infrastructure as code, and why can’t anything just be itself anymore? We posed these questions and more to long-time Kubernetes contributor Justin Santa Barbara at KubeCon EU, and this episode is the result. Justin created the kOps project and now leads the team at Google that makes Kubernetes easier to consume. Do you have something cool to share? Some questions? Let us know: web: mail: twitter: @kubernetespod Chatter of the week #kubecovid Alhambra La Alhambra Cats of the Alhambra News of the week Cloud Native at Microsoft Build Azure Container Apps are GA AKS updates Docker acquires Tilt Broadcom acquires VMware FT coverage Customer reaction from The Register Istio 1.14 GKE Cost Estimator Goodbye to Katacoda Take the DORA survey or read the 2021 report Links from the interview FathomDB Meteor acquires FathomDB for its development platform Sherlocking OpenStack kOps GitHub Configuration management tools Infrastructure as Code JSON, YAML, Proto and INI Helm values.yaml Kubernetes Resource Model (KRM) kustonize kpt Package management Configuration as Data announcement blog Porch kpt functions Backstage Config Sync and Config Connector Kubernetes component configuration Cluster API Justin Santa Barbara on Twitter
Live from Valencia, it’s KubeCon EU! Craig talks to conference co-chair and CERN computer scientist Ricardo Rocha about the event, and what it’s like to be in a room full of people again. Do you have something cool to share? Some questions? Let us know: web: mail: twitter: @kubernetespod Chatter of the week 9am Karaoke News of the week CNCF news from KubeCon EU: SlashData survey 800 members Boeing Coinbase Prometheus Certified Associate Google Cloud improves GitOps usability with Config Sync and Porch kpt Other Google news from KubeCon Tetragon from Isovalent Envoy Gateway Infra Ask HN with the creators Cloud Foundry launches Korifi SUSE NeuVector is open source CloudNativePG from EnterpriseDB All the other options Assured Open Source Software from Google Cloud Recent Guest news: Akuity announces $20m Series A (episode 172) Komodor raises $42 million Series B (episode 153) Deepfence launches Deepfence Cloud (episode 173) Lightning Round Armory announced public early access to their new Continuous Deployment-as-a-Service product Aserto announces its ”better together” approach to authorization by bringing together OPA, OCI, and Sigstore Bunnyshell Introduces support for multi-repository Terraform with full-stack drift management and GitOps Calyptia announces the General Availability of Calyptia for Fluent Bit, CAST AI introduces advanced Autoscaler for AKS Clastix launches Kamaji, a new open source tool for Managed Kubernetes Service CloudCasa by Catalogic expands to support Microosft AKS Codenotary combines Community Attestation Service with background vulnerability scanning CodeZero Launches Surf, a new developer tool for observability in pre-production Kubernetes environments CrateDB introduces Logical Replication D2iQ Partners with GitLab DataCore Bolt container-native storage software now GA; built on their acquisition of Mayadata Datadog launches Application Security Monitoring and support for OpenTelemetry Protocol in the Datadog Agent, Deepfactor partners with Synopsys to help developers resolve cloud native supply chain security risks env0 enables full-stack IaC deployment and management with native Kubernetes support Era Software introduces EraStreams Fairwinds Insights unifies DevSecOps with additional shift-left enhancements GitLab free tier adds pull-based Kubernetes deployments Google announced a new low-cost, high-usage pricing tier for Google Cloud Managed Service for Prometheus HCL Technologies launches Kubernetes migration platform Kasten by Veeam launches K10 v5.0 released Runecast adds CI/CD integration and image scanning Lacework introduces new Kubernetes Audit Logs monitoring Loft Labs announces a Cluster API provider for vcluster NetFoundry embeds zero trust into Prometheus New Relic introduces low-overhead Kubernetes monitoring and Pixie plug-in framework Pure Storage’s new Database as a Service platform is GA Replicated introduces community licensing and pre-flight checks SphereEx releases DB-Plus Suite Snapt announces security package to run Kubernetes in public cloud SPIRE now runs on Windows Sysdig launches new Advisor and Sysdig Open Source leverages Falco plugins SysEleven unveils MetaKube Operator Timescale announces OpenTelemetry Tracing support for Promscale Vultr Kubernetes Engine now Generally Available Zesty Disk for Kubernetes introduced Links from the interview Episode 62 Lukas Heinrich Clemens Lange CERN LHC Computing Grid Large Hadron Collider Kubeflow Data on Kubernetes Community CNCF Research User Group CNCF TOC Volcano moves to incubation KubeCon EU 2022 Episode 165, with Jasmine James Selection process report for KubeCon EU KubeCon China 2021 Research track Puppies at KubeCon NA 2019 Code, mountains and flying Kubernetes on an F/16 Ricardo Rocha on Twitter and on the web
Docker CEO Scott Johnston joins us to talk about the announcements from this week’s DockerCon, the transition from an enterprise to a developer tools company, and the Internet’s favourite whale. Do you have something cool to share? Some questions? Let us know: web: mail: twitter: @kubernetespod Chatter of the week Podes and antipodes Side note: Kubernetes needs the concept of an Antipod. BRB, writing a KEP Google Cloud Podcasts News of the week DockerCon 2022 Docker Extensions Docker Desktop for Linux Late breaking news: Docker acquires Nestybox Spot VMs now on GCE and GKE; spot pods now on GKE Autopilot Fully managed Linkerd with Buoyant Cloud Sign up for CDcon and save 40% by using the code CdCon22AMEET40 AWS adds Kubernetes resource view Deploying Kubernetes clusters in absurd languages by Lee Briggs Links from the interview Docker DockerCon ‘22 DockerCon ‘14, the announcement of Kubernetes Return or Revenge? Scott’s history Four degrees from Stanford, including an MSMSE Sun and Netscape Java Servlets and J2EE Moore’s Law and Metcalfe’s Law Standard on the Internet Tom Lyon Loudcloud/Opsware and a16z Puppet Scott joins Docker in 2014 The monorepo The Soul of a New Machine Docker Swarm Messages from the future and the Google crystal ball Open Cotainers Initiative Docker Desktop for Apple Silicon Macs virtiofs for Mac $2.1 billion valuation Moby Project Moby Ice Cube The Dockershim saga, as reported throughout the episodes: Don’t panic about Docker Dockershim deprecation FAQ Mirantis will support the Dockershim But seriously, don’t worry about the Dockershim Dockershim is, like, proper gone The puns and joke section Docker is krilled to see you Billy T James Beached Az. Can’t eat chups! Docker Extensions CNCF Landscape or Magic Eye? Docker Desktop for Linux Multi-arch on Docker Hub Docker roadmap Scott Johnston on Twitter
Comments (9)


The container solution link in descriptions is referring to a real physical container rental business (:

Aug 23rd


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.

Oct 9th


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!

Oct 3rd


28:50: not able to mount docker socket into pod

Jan 24th

Eliseu Monar dos Santos

Katherine is absolutely incredible. It's interesting to see how one person can elevate the quality of a project so much. Great episode!

Nov 21st

Sebastian Nyberg

What happened at 12:23 lol

Jul 11th


Using hybrid in a way where some things run on prem is interesting! Plus the name Bonzai is just a great name.

Jun 29th

Facts Don't Care About Your Feelings

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.

Apr 24th

Frank Boucher (FBoucheros)

Nice update. I like the talk about Anthos it look like a great migration tool. I need to find that GitHub repo...

Apr 22nd
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