S2:E3 - How does Kubernetes get created?
PodCTL - Enterprise Kubernetes
by Red Hat OpenShift
1M ago
SEASON 2 - EPISODE 3 ABOUT THE SHOW: In this show, we look at the how Kubernetes is created as an open source projects, with contributions from hundreds of engineers, and governance by the CNCF.  We explore the frequency of releases, and how new features are categorized and updated. SHOW LINKS: Kubernetes Homepage CNCF Homepage Business stories of companies using Kubernetes FEEDBACK? Email: PodCTL at gmail dot com Twitter: @PodCTL Web: http://podctl.com ..read more
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VMs for Infrastructure or Isolation?
PodCTL - Enterprise Kubernetes
by Brian Gracely & Tyler Britten
1M ago
Show: 36 Show Overview: Brian and Tyler talk about the role (pros & cons) of VMs in isolation and security, as well as the broader context of security for containerized applications. Show Notes: [Red Hat] 10 Layers of Container Security [Google] Exploring Container Security - An Overview [Google] Exploring Container Security Isolation at Different Layers [Google] gVisor Jess Frazelle “Hard Multi-Tenancy in Kubernetes” Jess Frazelle “Security and Echo Chambers” Kubevirt and Container-native Virtualization Topic 1 - Let’s start with the basics. Can you please tell the audience the one co ..read more
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S2:E2 - What challenges can Kubernetes solve?
PodCTL - Enterprise Kubernetes
by Red Hat OpenShift
2M ago
SEASON 2 - EPISODE 2 ABOUT THE SHOW: In this show, we look at the why technologists and business leaders are choosing to use Kubernetes to help solve new business challenges. We highlight the various types of use-cases that can be enabled by the core technologies within Kubernetes. SHOW LINKS: Kubernetes Homepage CNCF Homepage Business stories of companies using Kubernetes FEEDBACK? Email: PodCTL at gmail dot com Twitter: @PodCTL Web: http://podctl.com ..read more
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2018 Kubernetes Trends
PodCTL - Enterprise Kubernetes
by Brian Gracely & Tyler Britten
2M ago
Show: 30 Show Overview:Brian and Tyler talk about the biggest trends that will shape the Kubernetes community in 2018, with a focus on five critical areas of stability, innovation and experimentation. Show Notes: Topic 1 - Open Service Brokers - who is delivering them, who maintains them, how are they evolving, etc. Topic 2 - Improved Ops Experiences - Operators, Fargate, Container Instances Topic 3 - Virtualization + Containers - KubeVirt, Kata Containers, does Network Policy overlap SDN/Security Topic 4 - Developer Experiences - big area of evolution (Istio, Draft, SpringCloud-Kubernetes ..read more
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Multi-Cluster and Federation v2
PodCTL - Enterprise Kubernetes
by Red Hat OpenShift
4M ago
SHOW: 65 SHOW OVERVIEW: Brian talks with Paul Morie (@cheddarmint, Sr. Principal Software Engineer @RedHat, Reviewer/Approver of Federation v2) about the evolution of multi-cluster and Federation v2 in Kubernetes.    SHOW NOTES: Try OpenShift 4 - http://try.openshift.com Kubernetes Federation v2 - https://github.com/kubernetes-sigs/federation-v2 Kubernetes Federation v2 on OperatorHub - https://operatorhub.io/operator/alpha/federation.v0.0.6 Kubernetes Federation v2 on OpenShift 3.11 - https://blog.openshift.com/kubernetes-federation-v2-on-openshift-3-11/ SHOW TOPICS: Topic 1 ..read more
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Kubernetes as the New Application Server
PodCTL - Enterprise Kubernetes
by Brian Gracely & Tyler Britten
4M ago
Show: 55 Overview: Brian and Tyler talk about how existing application developers and PlatformOps teams can map existing applications and framework services into a more distributed set of services that run in containers on Kubernetes and OpenShift.  Show Notes:  Why Kubernetes is the New Application Server (blog) Kubernetes: Your Next Java Application Server (video and demo from @burrsutter) We mentioned last week that we’re moving into the 3rd Era of Kubernetes (automated ops, automated apps), with the 2nd Era being about getting a broader set of applications on Kubernetes. Toda ..read more
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Container Registries
PodCTL - Enterprise Kubernetes
by Brian Gracely & Tyler Britten
4M ago
Show: 45 Show Overview: Brian and Tyler talk about the core capabilities of container registries, how they interact with Kubernetes and CI/CD pipelines, and some design and security considerations for architects.   Show Notes: Twistlock $33M in Funding - Container Security Project Clair - Vulnerability Scanning Quay Container Registry Red Hat OpenShift Registry Topic 1 - Let’s start with the basics. What does a container registry do? Is it just a glorified FTP server? Serves and stores container images  Has a storage backend that should be replicated (somewhere) - usually Object ..read more
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Reviewing Kubernetes 1.10
PodCTL - Enterprise Kubernetes
by Brian Gracely & Tyler Britten
11M ago
Show: 31 Show Overview: Brian and Tyler talk about the Kubernetes v1.10 release, new features and how they can apply to a broad set of application, security and infrastructure use-cases.   Show Notes: (CNCF) Kubernetes 1.10: Stabilizing Storage, Security, and Networking (Red Hat / CoreOS) Kubernetes 1.10 is Here!  (OpenShift Commons) OpenShift Commons Briefing: Kubernetes 1.10 Release Update with Cole Mickens and Stefan Schimanski (Red Hat) OpenShift 3.9 Released to GA How to use GPUs with Device Plugin in OpenShift 3.9 (Now Tech Preview!) We discussed some of the new features (Sta ..read more
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Dissecting Kubernetes Survey Data
PodCTL - Enterprise Kubernetes
by Brian Gracely & Tyler Britten
11M ago
Show: 41 Show Overview: Brian and Tyler talk about a number of data surveys that have recently been published about container usage, Kubernetes usage, and several other cloud trends. Show Notes: Cloudability “State of Cloud (2018)” DataDog - “Surprising Facts about Real Docker Adoption” Digital Ocean “Currents” (June 2018) CNCF Survey (June 2018) Topic 1 - Lots of differences between these surveys, both in methodology and results: Does the data come from surveys or actual monitoring?  How do they classify various technologies (by project, by vendor, by cloud service, by both)?  ..read more
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Kubernetes News & Events
PodCTL - Enterprise Kubernetes
by Brian Gracely & Tyler Britten
11M ago
Show: 35 Show Overview: Brian and Tyler review the Kubernetes news coming out of Cloud Foundry Summit, KubeCon and Red Hat Summit. Lots of things to talk about.   Cloud Foundry Summit Attendance: 1500 Fragmentation of the Container Orchestrator within the Cloud Foundry community - SUSE, IBM and SAP endorse Kubernetes, Pivotal still supporting Diego KubeCon / CloudNativeCon (all videos) Attendance: 4300 PaaS is now “GitOps”  Don’t run containers as root  Operator Framework Serverless v0.1 events spec is updated Many new container runtimes options - Google gVisor  Red Ha ..read more
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