November 19, 2019
Catch all the news (and there is a lot of it!) from KubeCon NA 2019 in this week’s show. We then talk to Vicki Cheung, the conference co-chair, and an Engineering Manager running Kubernetes infrastructure at Lyft.
November 12, 2019
Due to overwhelming submission numbers, 85% of talks proposed to KubeCon are rejected. Cloud Native Rejekts, a two-day community conference immediately before KubeCon, gives a second chance to some of those talks. Chris Kühl is CEO and co-founder of Kinvolk, a Berlin-based Linux company, who organise events including Cloud Native Rejekts. Hosts Adam and Craig ask him about this, and somehow the discussion includes both Pearl Jam and Mötley Crüe.
November 5, 2019
KUDO is the Kubernetes Universal Declarative Operator, a toolkit for writing operators for Kubernetes. Gerred Dillon works on KUDO at D2IQ, formerly Mesosphere, and joins Craig and Adam to discuss KUDO, how Mesos frameworks relate to Kubernetes operators, and taking care of chickens.
October 29, 2019
Katharine Berry works in the Engineering Productivity team at Google Cloud, and works in SIG Testing on the Kubernetes project. She joins Adam and Craig to discuss Prow, Pebble and ponies.
October 22, 2019
Joe Duffy is the founder and CEO of Pulumi, an open-source cloud development platform. He joins Adam and Craig to explain why a general purpose programming language is a better tool for cloud infrastructure than a domain-specific language (or YAML), and how you can use Pulumi to provision cloud infrastructure and Kubernetes resources alike.
October 15, 2019
cert-manager is a certificate management toolkit for Kubernetes, commonly used to get TLS certificates from Let’s Encrypt. Project founder James Munnelly of Jetstack joins hosts Craig and Adam to explain how how certificates are issued and managed, and how cert-manager automates it all.
October 8, 2019
Jorge Castro is a community manager employed by VMware to help keep the Kubernetes project running smoothly. He joins Adam and Craig to talk about the programs run by SIG Contributor Experience, the difference between supporting contributors and end users, and the recent steering committee election.
October 1, 2019
Daniel Smith is co-Chair and co-TL of SIG API Machinery, as well as TL of the corresponding Google team. Daniel has been working on Kubernetes since before it was open sourced, and is one of the top overall contributors to the codebase. He joins Adam and Craig to discuss CRDs and extensibility.
September 24, 2019
Kubernetes 1.16 is out, and our guest this week is its release manager, Lachlan Evenson. Lachie is a Principal Program Manager at Microsoft and an Australian living in the US; Craig and Adam are therefore method-interviewing, being this week in those two countries respectively.
September 17, 2019
containerd was born from community desire for a core, standalone runtime to act as a piece of plumbing that applications like Kubernetes could use. It sits between command line tools like Docker, which it was spun out from, and lower-level runtimes like runC or gVisor, which execute the container’s code. This week’s guest is Derek McGowan, a Software Engineer at Docker and a containerd maintainer-d. Along with the news of the week, Adam and Craig discuss the many Vancouvers.
September 11, 2019
Patrick Lang is the co-chair of the Kubernetes Windows SIG. He is a Senior Software Engineer at Microsoft, developing Kubernetes and related open-source projects supporting Windows Server Containers. Patrick joins Adam and Craig to tell the story of how containers came to Windows.
September 3, 2019
kind stands for Kubernetes in Docker. Originally built for continuous integration (CI) and testing of Kubernetes itself, kind has found many uses, including acting as a cluster for bootstrapping other clusters. Original author Ben Elder from Google Cloud joins Craig and Adam to talk about it.
August 27, 2019
Container Camp is a series of independent conferences, spanning three continents and in their fifth year. “Camp mother” Angie Maguire is the co-organiser, and is also the founder of Ladies of Code. She joins Adam, who is yet to attend a camp, but actually goes camping, and Craig, who has spoken at events in London and Sydney, and prefers hotels.
August 20, 2019
Kubernetes and Docker might not seem the obvious choice for managing virtual macOS instances on hosted Apple hardware. Learn how they were used to build Orka - Orchestration for Kubernetes on Apple - a virtualisation layer for Mac build infrastructure offered by hosting company MacStadium. Craig and Adam ask MacStadium SVP of Software Chris Chapman about Orka, and how Kubernetes is useful in places you might not expect.
August 13, 2019
No matter how you say it, you probably use kubectl all the time. Did you know you can extend it with plugins? Did you know you can find and install those plugins using krew, a plugin manager for kubectl? krew was built by Luk Burchard, a student at TUBerlin, as an intern project. He was supervised by Ahmet Alp Balkan at Google Cloud, and they both join Craig and Adam to discuss it.
August 6, 2019
Ian Coldwater specializes in breaking and hardening Kubernetes, containers, and cloud native infrastructure. A pre-eminent voice in the Kubernetes security community, they are currently a Lead Platform Security Engineer at Heroku. Ian joins Adam and Craig to talk about the offensive and defensive arts.
July 30, 2019
Cloud Code provides everything you need to write, debug, and deploy Kubernetes applications, including extensions to IDEs such as Visual Studio Code and IntelliJ. Joining Craig and Adam are Sarah D’Angelo, a UX Researcher, and Patrick Flynn, an engineering lead, both on the Cloud Code team at Google.
July 23, 2019
Owen Rogers is a Research Vice President at 451 Research, co-leading the cloud team. He gained a PhD in the economics of cloud computing in 2013. Owen joins Craig and Adam to discuss the economics of cloud computing generally, and Kubernetes specifically.
July 16, 2019
Back in 2012, CERN announced one of its most important achievements; the discovery of the Higgs boson. This work led to the 2013 Nobel Prize in Physics. Ricardo Rocha, Lukas Heinrich and Clemens Lang of CERN redid the data analysis on top of Kubernetes this year, which Ricardo and Lukas demonstrated at a keynote at KubeCon EU. All three join Adam and Craig for a short physics lesson and a view into computing at the largest scale, for particles at the smallest.
July 9, 2019
The Cloud Native Application Bundle is a spec for packaging distributed apps, developed by Microsoft with support from Docker and Pivotal. Jeremy Rickard, a senior software engineer at Microsoft Azure, and Ralph Squillace, principal PM for open source/developer user experience at Microsoft Azure, join Craig and Adam to discuss it.
July 2, 2019
Mark Shuttleworth is the founder of Ubuntu and CEO of its parent company Canonical. Ubuntu is the Linux distribution of the Cloud. You can use it inside your containers, or you can use it as your node OS. Canonical packages Kubernetes for both the edge (MicroK8s) and the server (Charmed Kubernetes). Oh, and aside from that, Mark was the first African in space, spending 8 days on the International Space Station in 2002. Craig and Adam ask Mark about how this all happened, and how it has changed his perspective on technology.
June 25, 2019
Banzai Cloud is a cloud-native software company that builds Pipeline, a managed Cloud Native application and devops platform, featuring tools for managing multi- and hybrid-cloud Kubernetes deployments. Pipeline is open source, and Banzai Cloud has many other interesting open-source projects, including a Kubernetes distribution, and operators for things like Vault, Kafka and Istio. Adam and Craig talk to its co-founder and CTO, Janos Matyas, who is based in Budapest, but is spiritually of Oahu, Hawaii.
June 18, 2019
Istio 1.2 has been released. Louis Ryan is a core contributor to Istio and a member of its Technical Oversight Committee, in his role as Principal Engineer at Google Cloud. He talks to Craig and Adam about his history with API infrastructure and the service mesh, and the history and future of the Istio project.
June 11, 2019
Darren Shepherd builds the Cloud at Rancher Labs, a company making entirely open source Kubernetes tooling, from the enterprise to the edge. This week Craig and Adam will finally learn how to pronounce ‘k3s’ and ‘k3OS’.
June 4, 2019
Evan Powell is the CEO and chairman of MayaData, the corporate sponsor of OpenEBS, which has just joined the CNCF Sandbox. He talks to Adam and Craig about Cloud Native storage, chaos engineering for stateful workloads, and the stubbornness of hybrid clouds.
May 28, 2019 was founded in 2017 by this week’s guest, Idit Levine. She talks to Craig and Adam about API gateways, service meshes, and lots of project names with two O’s in them.
May 21, 2019
Bryan Liles is a Senior Staff Engineer at VMware, the program co-chair for this week’s KubeCon EU, a sought-after speaker, and a minority in an industry with few people who look like him. He shares his story with Craig and Adam, who also bring you the week’s news from KubeCon EU and beyond.
May 14, 2019
Dan Dyer is Senior Vice President of Technical Product Management at Optiva, a provider of business support services to the telecommunications industry. Optiva have been moving services to Kubernetes, and with the help of Kyle Bassett and team from Arctiq, a cloud-native consultancy, kicking the tyres of Anthos and GKE On-Prem. Adam and Craig learn about this journey from Dan and Kyle, and discuss dragons and foxes.
May 7, 2019
AutoTrader UK were an early adopter of Istio. Adopting it to meet GDPR requirements for encrypted traffic, Head of Infrastructure and Operations Russell Warman and lead engineer Karl Stoney have gone on to use it to reduce resource usage, and thus cost, as well as uncover bugs in their applications. They talk to Craig about it, while Adam serves his country.
April 30, 2019
Gabe Jaynes is a DevOps Architect at KeyBank, an American retail bank. KeyBank were an early adopter of containers, and Gabe talks about the reasons they undertook this transformation. Craig and Adam also celebrate our first birthday and spoil the concept of spoilers.
April 23, 2019
Spotify were early adopters of Docker, and wrote their own deployment tool to run it in production. David Xia from the Spotify platform team talks about Spotify’s engineering, challenges, how Helios worked, and migrating from it to Kubernetes. Adam and Craig also give a round up of the week’s news, in the form of a question.
April 16, 2019
Live from Google Cloud Next ‘19 the KPfG team presents a fireside chat with Eric Brewer, our first guest with their own Wikipedia page. Eric devised the CAP theorem for distributed systems, based on his work at early search company Inktomi and UC Berkeley. He was the person who announced Kubernetes to the world almost 5 years ago, and has been working on Google’s cluster and compute infrastructure since 2011.
April 9, 2019
Anthos (previously known as Cloud Services Platform) has just gone GA at Google Cloud Next. One of its new features is Anthos Migrate, a tool for migrating monolithic apps directly to containers. Issy Ben-Shaul is a Director of Software Engineering at Google Cloud and led the team building Anthos Migrate. He talks to Craig and Adam about it.
April 2, 2019
Tekton brings Kubernetes-style resources for declaring CI/CD-style pipelines. Kim Lewandowski is the Google Cloud product manager who recently announced it. She talks to Adam about the project while Craig sneaks in some vacation at the cafes of New Zealand.
March 26, 2019
Kubernetes 1.14 is out! Your hosts talk to release manager Aaron Crickenberger of Google Cloud about the release process, working with Kubernetes Enhancement Proposals (KEPs), cat t-shirts, and being bearded on face vs. at heart.
March 20, 2019
SPIFFE is the Secure Production Identity Framework for Everyone. Craig hates the name. Andrew Jessup, co-founder and VP of Product at Scytale (with a C) tells him and Adam why they should look past that and how Jason Bourne fits into the world of Cloud Native.
March 12, 2019
Today Google and CloudBees, along with 20 other companies, launch the Continuous Delivery Foundation (CDF). Tracy Miranda is the Director of Open Source Community at CloudBees, who coordinated donating Jenkins and Jenkins X to the CDF. She talks to Adam and Craig about why it the CDF been formed, and what to expect in this space in the future.
March 5, 2019
Brian Grant joined the Borg team in 2009, and went on to co-found both Omega and Kubernetes. He is co-Technical Lead of Google Kubernetes Engine, co-Chair of Kubernetes SIG Architecture, a Kubernetes API approver, a Kubernetes Steering Committee member, and a CNCF Technical Oversight Committee member, where he’s sponsored 11 CNCF projects. Your hosts talk to him about all those things.
February 26, 2019
Kubernetes has a number of mechanisms to enforce policy: some built-in, like quota and NetworkPolicy; some extensions or add-ons like OPA. John Murray, a product manager at Google Cloud, joins Craig and Adam to talk about policy and configuration, and introduce the new CSP Config Management tool launched to Beta along with the new Cloud Services Platform.
February 19, 2019
The history of Borg influences the history of Kubernetes in many ways: Google has different teams handle “get traffic to a cluster” and “serve traffic”, so Kubernetes has a conceptual split here too. Tim Hockin, Kubernetes co-founder, Google principal engineer and former Borg/Omega team leader, joins Adam and Craig to explain the history and future of the Ingress API, why it’s taken so long to get to v1, and how it might evolve in the future.
February 12, 2019
The new GKE Usage Metering feature lets you find out how much your tenants or applications cost to run. Your hosts talk to Madhu Yennamani, product manager at Google Cloud, about usage metering, and how new GKE features are implemented.
February 5, 2019
Minikube is a tool that makes it easy to run Kubernetes locally, by running a single-node Kubernetes cluster inside a VM on your desktop or laptop. Craig and Adam talk to author and maintainer Dan Lorenc from Google Cloud, and in the wake of the Super Bowl, discuss how “football” means something different to each of them.
January 29, 2019
You learn so much more from failure than success. Henning Jacobs, head of Developer Productivity at Zalando, joins Adam and Craig to share his own stories of failure, and talk about what he has learned by reading stories from others.
January 22, 2019
Richard Hartmann is a member of the Prometheus Team and the founder of the OpenMetrics project, which aims to replace SNMP with a modern format for transmitting metrics. He joins your hosts to discuss both projects, and how Cloud Native technology can improve the datacenter.
January 15, 2019
Rook is a cloud native storage orchestrator and a controller for storage systems such as Ceph. Jared Watts has been working on Rook since the start, first at Quantum, and then at Upbound. He talks to Craig and Adam about storage, chess, and premium-rate telephone numbers.
January 8, 2019
The Cloud Native Computing Foundation was formed to create a vendor-neutral home for Kubernetes. Now with over 30 projects, we kick off 2019 by talking to Dan Kohn, Executive Director of the CNCF, and hearing his views on projects, licenses and conferences.
December 17, 2018
Adam and Craig end the year by talking to Jordan Liggitt, the member of the Kubernetes Product Security Team who fixed the recent critical security vulnerability in the Kubernetes API server. We also take a look at the news from KubeCon. This is our last episode for 2018. Thank you for your support this year, and we’ll be back on the 8th of January!
December 11, 2018
The Envoy proxy, a universal data plane for Cloud Native, has just graduated as the third top-level project in the CNCF. Craig and Adam talk to its author, Matt Klein from Lyft, about modern load balancing for microservices and pragmatically avoiding “second system” syndrome.
December 4, 2018
If you’re running on-prem, and you say set up a Service type=LoadBalancer, what happens? Does your cluster call your NOC and have them order you a Juniper router? MetalLB is a popular answer to that question. Your hosts discuss load balancing with MetalLB’s author, Google Cloud SRE David Anderson.
November 27, 2018
Kontena Pharos is a Kubernetes distribution which “just works”, even on bare metal. Adam and Craig talk to Kontena’s CTO, Jari Kolehmainen on the decisions required to distribute Kubernetes and heating your house with bare metal.
November 20, 2018
In some ways, China has a parallel Internet to the West. Is that Internet powered by Kubernetes? Of course! Joe Zou, PaaS Product Center Director at Tencent Cloud, talks to Craig and Adam about Kubernetes in China.
November 13, 2018
On the eve of the first KubeCon in China, your hosts talk to co-chair and Google software engineer Janet Kuo about the program, and her work with SIG Apps.
November 6, 2018
TriggerMesh is a new serverless management platform built on top of Knative. Co-founder Sebastien Goasguen joins Adam and Craig to discuss serverless, and potential trips to space.
October 30, 2018
Sarah Novotny is Head of Open Source Strategy at Google Cloud and a board member of the Linux Foundation (the parent of the CNCF). She joins Craig and Adam to talk about the evolution of the Kubernetes community, governance models and Codes of Conduct, and how nascent open source communities can learn from it.
October 23, 2018
Ubisoft and Google Cloud have extended Kubernetes to support dedicated game servers. Cyril Tovena, a Technical Lead from Ubisoft in Montreal, and Mark Mandel a Developer Advocate at Google Cloud, lead the project. They talk to Adam and Craig about what they had to do, the Agones community, and how you can apply it to your Enterprise Software.
October 16, 2018
GKE container-native load balancing enables Google Cloud load balancers to target Pods directly, rather than the VMs that host them, and to evenly distribute their traffic. Product manager Ines Envid and staff software engineer Neha Pattan explain how.
October 10, 2018
Steven Kim is an engineering manager at Google, based in New York City, working on the Spinnaker project. In a companion piece to last week’s episode about CI and CD, Steven talks to Craig and Adam about how Spinnaker evolved from VMs to Kubernetes and support for other cloud native technologies.
October 2, 2018
Andrew Phillips (PM) and Lars Wander (Software Engineer) from Google Cloud talk to Adam and Craig about the difference between CI and CD, and how to apply these processes to your release and rollout processes.
September 26, 2018
Dawn Chen, TL for SIG-Node and the Google Kubernetes Engine node team, joins Craig and Adam this week. She has worked on containers and container schedulers since 2007 - not a typo. We also bring you the news, in part from the echo chamber of Google Cloud Summit in Sydney.
September 19, 2018
This week, your hosts talk to Ihor Dvoretskyi, Developer Advocate at the Cloud Native Computing Foundation, about SIG-PM, the Special Interest Group for Kubernetes Program, Product and Project Management.
September 12, 2018
Justin Garrison is both a student and a teacher. A senior systems engineer in the media industry, he has boiled his experience and wisdom, as well as that of his co-author Kris Nova, into the book Cloud Native Infrastructure. He talks to Craig and Adam about the Kubernetes community and the process of writing.
September 5, 2018
Liz Rice from Aqua Security builds penetration testing tools for Kubernetes by day, and runs the KubeCon program by night. Adam and Craig dig into both topics.
August 28, 2018
What does it take to support Kubernetes for other users? Kenneth Massada, a lead for GKE support at Google Cloud, tells Craig and Adam his story.
August 21, 2018
Jon Pulsifer is a Production Security Engineer at Shopify, and Canada’s biggest Kubernetes fan. Adam and Craig dig into why, and what Adam’s new mode of transport is going to be.
August 14, 2018
Tim Kelton is co-founder and cloud architect for Descartes Labs. Prior to starting Descartes Labs, he was a R&D engineer for 15 years at Los Alamos National Laboratory, working on problem areas such as deep learning, space systems, nuclear non-proliferation, and counterterrorism. Tim talks to Craig and Adam about the use of Kubernetes and Istio in geopolitics, machine learning and food supply.
August 7, 2018
Istio has hit 1.0, and there’s no-one better to tell you about it than Jasmine Jaksic and Dan Ciruli from Google Cloud. Adam and Craig bring you this, as well as the news from the ecosystem.
July 31, 2018
One of the most interesting announcements from Google Cloud Next was Knative, a framework for building serverless products on top of Kubernetes. Craig and Adam talk to Google Director of Product Management, Oren Teich, about the launch.
July 24, 2018
Learn about the announcements from Google Cloud Next, including GKE On-Prem, Cloud Services Platform, and Istio 1.0. Google’s product management lead for Kubernetes and CNCF governing board member Aparna Sinha joins Adam and Craig to discuss what’s new.
July 18, 2018
Joe Beda, Craig McLuckie and Brendan Burns are considered the “co-founders” of Kubernetes; working with the cluster management teams at Google, they made the case that their implementation of the Borg and Omega patterns should become a proper product. Joe and Craig now run Heptio, a company working to bring Kubernetes to the enterprise. Your hosts talk to Joe Beda about the history of Kubernetes, creating a diverse company, and what exactly is wrong with YAML.
July 10, 2018
Helm and its Charts help you manage Kubernetes applications. Vic Iglesias, a Solutions Architect at Google Cloud, is a maintainer of the Helm charts repository. He talks to Craig and Adam about how people are using Helm, and where the project is going.
July 3, 2018
A special extended episode going deep on the process of releasing Kubernetes, and this week’s 1.11 release in particular. Hear from Josh Berkus from Red Hat and Tim Pepper from VMware, release manager and shadow release manager for Kubernetes 1.11, on how a release team is put together, the good and the bad of 1.11, and how Kubernetes is like a pastry oven.
June 26, 2018
Craig and Adam from the Kubernetes Podcast talk to Tina and Fred from Google Cloud Site Reliability Engineering (SRE) about managing GKE and what lessons you can take to your own clusters.
June 19, 2018
On this week’s Kubernetes Podcast, your hosts talk to Maya Kaczorowski from Google Cloud about Kubernetes security, and look at announcements from Microsoft, Docker, Cisco and Spotify.
June 12, 2018
This week on the Kubernetes Podcast from Google, Craig and Adam give you the low down on new GKE features and talk to Phillip Wittrock about Kustomize.
June 5, 2018
On this weeks Kubernetes Podcast, Adam and Craig talk to Matt Rickard about Skaffold.
May 29, 2018
This week, Craig and Adam bring the news from Google Kubernetes Engine and elsewhere, and talk to SIG-Docs leads Zach Corleissen (from the CNCF) and Jared Bhatti (from Google).
May 22, 2018
On this weeks Kubernetes Podcast, your hosts talk to JD Velasquez from Google Cloud about Stackdriver Kubernetes Monitoring; a new product that brings first-class Kubernetes monitoring and Prometheus support to the Stackdriver monitoring and observability suite.
May 15, 2018
On this weeks Kubernetes Podcast, Adam and Craig talk to Nicolas Lacasse and Yoshi Tamura from Google Cloud about gVisor, a user-space kernel, written in Go, that implements a substantial portion of the Linux system surface. It provides an isolation boundary between the application and the host kernel and integrates with Docker and Kubernetes, making it simple to run sandboxed containers.
May 8, 2018
Craig and Adam bring you the news from KubeCon and an interview with Kubeflow product manager David Aronchick from Google.
April 30, 2018
In this first episode your hosts introduce the show, give an update to the news of the week, and interview Kubernetes community manager Paris Pittman.
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