In this episode, Michael catches up with Natan Yellin, CEO of Robusta.dev. Michael and Ned chat about how logging and troubleshooting works in Kubernetes today. They discuss three stages of troubleshooting evolution – manual playbooks, automatic playbooks, and the third stage, which is what you do with logs and how automatic remediation can come into play for any Kubernetes environment.
In this episode, host Michael Levan talks with Ned Bellavance about why orchestration is important in today’s world, how the HashiCorp stack (primarily Terraform and Vault) fit into Kubernetes, and more.
In this episode, Michael catches up with Josh Duffney, Cloud Developer Advocate at Microsoft to talk about Go (golang). Kubernetes, Docker, and Terraform are all written in Go. Josh and Michael talk about their journey into Kubernetes and Go, some fun projects to play with, how to learn Go, and why understanding certain programming languages is crucial for breaking into Kubernetes.
Learning Kubernetes isn’t easy. In fact, there are so many places to start that people literally don’t know where to begin. Do they learn Kubernetes security? Networking? Infrastructure? Development? Michael Levan catches up with Kevin Evans and Robin Smorenburg to talk about their journeys into Kubernetes, how each of them started, links to learning resources, and where they’re at now.
Kubernetes is hard. Regardless of what tech marketing says, DevOps teams are still trying to implement and figure out this whole Kubernetes thing. With multi-cloud, hybrid cloud, and on-prem Kubernetes implementations, how can teams start their journey and have an impact? Michael Levan catches up with Jeff Smith, Ops Director and author, to talk about his journey into Kubernetes for his team and what other teams should think about when implementing Kubernetes.
Since the inception of Kubernetes, the goal has been to make our lives as engineers easier. But with great power comes great responsibility—which in this case is the need to manage a bunch of control planes and worker nodes! Host Michael Levan catches up with Jason Haley, Microsoft MVP and independent consultant to talk about serverless Kubernetes with Azure Container Apps.
On today’s Kubernetes Unpacked podcast we explore tradeoffs that come with using Terraform to manage Kubernetes. My guest is Luke Orellana, an SRE who uses Kubernetes. He’s also a HashiCorp Ambassador. We also discuss differences between managing VMs and Kubernetes, Kubernetes benefits including self-healing, and downsides such as dealing with the complexity that comes from containers and microservices.
Today’s Kubernetes Unpacked podcast explores entry-level lab environments for IT professionals interested in learning Kubernetes, including suggestions for simple container-based apps you can run to get familiar with Kubernetes essentials.
In this episode, Michael Levan chats with Neil Cresswell, CEO and Co-Founder of Portainer.io. They talk about the challenges of Kubernetes and how everyone is trying to navigate its complexities. They also dive into Kubernetes security, networking, and management.
Welcome to the inaugural episode of Kubernetes Unpacked, a new podcast in the Packet Pushers Community Channel. The goal of this podcast is to help IT professionals understand Kubernetes: how it works; how and why it’s used; how to deploy, operate, and manage the platform on premises and in the cloud; Kubernetes networking and security concepts; and more.
In this episode of Network Neighborhood, we welcome Ramzi Marjaba, Hybrid Senior Sales Engineer at Ixia Solutions Group at Keysight Technologies. Ramzi is also the creative power behind WeTheSalesEngineers.com, a career-oriented resource site for sales engineers featuring a blog, a podcast, and more.
On today’s Network Neighborhood we talk with Dana Iskoldski, Corporate Communications Manager at BlueCat Networks. We discuss the role of corporate comms in tech, how the position straddles marketing and community engagement, and how Dana grapples with the natural skepticism of engineers.
Du’An Lightfoot stops by the Network Neighborhood podcast to talk about #LabEveryDay, continuous learning, how his military experiences influenced his tech journey, how he’s tackling automation, the role of community in tech, and more.
Today’s Day Two Cloud podcast looks at how one developer dealt with surprises and unexpected issues that arose as his company built CMS application on Azure, including storage problems, user identity quirks, and more.
Denise “Fish” Fishburne chats with Ethan Banks. The conversation covers being arrested at 19 for DUI, being gay in the corporate world of the 80’s and 90’s, overcoming the challenge of being easily bored, teaching without ego, struggling with a distrust of others, the myth of the self-made person, and becoming an active member of the “Network Neighborhood.”
For Denise, it’s all about community. “All for one, and one for all.”
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Today’s Day Two Cloud episode is all about the realities of building a startup in the cloud era. Guest Adam Bertram shares his experiences launching a startup using cloud services such as Trello, Zapier, and Lambda; discusses why good APIs matter; and talks about how to balance immediate needs against long-term technical debt.
Your monthly cloud bill can be shocking. On today’s Day Two Cloud we talk with Iris Classon about how to optimize your cloud deployment for cost without killing performance–i.e., how to keep customers and finance happy without going insane.
On today’s Day Two Cloud podcast, we discuss how to build a robust infrastructure to support your private cloud, and how to add a layer of automation to the underlay with Digital Rebar, an open-source project. My guest is Rob Hirschfeld.
The promises of the public cloud are both tantalizing and frightening. On today’s Day Two Cloud podcast we talk about how to do cloud right to maximize success, while also not putting yourself out of a job. Our guest is Kenny Lowe, Senior Principal Azure Stack Technologist at Dell EMC.
Welcome to the first episode of Day Two Cloud, a new podcast that punctures the marketing hype and digs into the real work required to make the public cloud work for you. My guest Tim Warner walks us through a real-world application migration to Azure and shares lessons learned on scale, automation, and cost control.
The Enterprise Data Center Operators (EDCO) organization advocates for enterprise interests in standards bodies and regulations. Greg Ferro talks wit Darren Petis about EDCO at IETF 99.
Today in the Community Channel, Greg Ferro speaks with Remy Leone about the F-Interop Platform, a European project to simplify interoperability testing for IoT networking.
An IETF draft standard on activating captive WiFi portals is the topic for this Packet Pushers Community podcast. Our guest is David Dolson.
Greg and Ethan record a quick podcast take on Cisco’s acquisition of Viptela.
The Infotrek podcast gets into cutovers, including how to prepare for them, and tackles recent news including a police request for recordings from an Amazon Echo.