Best Kubernetes podcasts we could find (Updated July 2018)
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Weekly technology podcast focused on Containers | Kubernetes | Red Hat OpenShift | Cloud Native Applications | Microservices | PaaS | CaaS | DevOps | Co-Hosts: Brian Gracely (@bgracely) and Tyler Britten (@vmtyler).
 
A weekly podcast focused on what's happening in the Kubernetes community covering Kubernetes, cloud-native applications, and other developments in the Kubernetes community. Co-hosts Adam Glick and Craig Box can be reached on Twitter at @KubernetesPod or by email at kubernetespodcast@google.com.
 
Stories about the people transforming technology from the command line up.
 
Kubernetes, serverless, cloud, DevOps, & coding. Get the lazy WTF each week, mostly.
 
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Go Time
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A panel of Go experts and special guests discuss the Go programming language, the community, and everything in between. This show records LIVE on Thursdays at 3pm US/Eastern time. Hosts Erik St. Martin, Carlisia Pinto, and Brian Ketelsen welcome guests from around the Go community. Topics include Golang, DevOps, web development, infrastructure, Kubernetes, and more. If you develop in Go – or aspire to – this is the show for you.
 
IT vendor briefings summarized in 5 minutes or less.
 
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Kubecast
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Kubecast is hosted by Milos Gajdos, and Ivan Pedrazas. Kubecast a podcast about kubernetes, schedulers, containers and the new world.This podcast is a series of interviews to relevant people in the community. If you have questions, feedback or just want to say hi, you can find us in Twitter and by email.
 
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Kubecast
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Kubecast is hosted by Milos Gajdos, and Ivan Pedrazas. Kubecast a podcast about kubernetes, schedulers, containers and the new world.This podcast is a series of interviews to relevant people in the community. If you have questions, feedback or just want to say hi, you can find us in Twitter and by email.
 
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Agentless automation. This is key to why networking likes Ansible instead of similar products. Because just about all network devices cannot have network agents installed. (that is a feature of whitebox though) I can t sell you automation, it has to come from within. (kind of spiritual but true) Anisible should be simple, its shouldn t turn int ...…
 
Nyansa is taking performance management and network assurance is relatively unknown sub-genre of network analytics. First generation analytics companies tend to focus on simpler things like visibility into applications, or replay, or reaction purposes. Many analytics products just focus on these limited functions but scale them up to something ...…
 
Cloud First Networking – the challenge of networking in multiple clouds is substantial How can we make on-prem look like the public cloud. Don t make AWS look like a on-prem network, make an off-prem network look like an on-prem network. Instead of configuring VRFs and VLANs, we should be configuring the public cloud equivalent of VPCs. AWS is ...…
 
Edgecore Edgecore is a wholly owned subsidiary of Accton Producing increasing diversity of network equipment, the range of possible applications of Broadcom silicon. Includes a optical solution the choice to focus on SP is interesting, does this imply that All of these products run IPinfusion software. Broadcom Talking about the breadth of thei ...…
 
I broadly consider Gluware an automation engine that can deliver effective automation inside an brownfield network. That is, its multi-vendor, multi-technology (e.g. switches / firewalls, routers, QOS,) and works with the existing tooling such as CLI. So you don t have to buy new hardware to start the SDN process. Thats a useful way to start th ...…
 
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 ho ...…
 
The following is a transcript of the audio recording you can listen to in the player above. Welcome to Briefings In Brief, an audio digest of IT news and information from the Packet Pushers, including vendor briefings, industry research, and commentary. I m Ethan Banks, it s July 16, 2018, and here s what s happening. I had a briefing with Arrc ...…
 
Overview: Brian and Tyler talk about the new Kubernetes 1.11 release, the new features and capabilities. Show Notes: Kubernetes 1.11 Release Kubernetes 1.11 - Custom Resources, Pod Priority & Preemption, and more Kubernetes Ramps Up Custom Resource Definitions Topic 1 - Let’s review for anybody that’s a new listener how the Kubernetes community ...…
 
We try to discern the strategy behind two acquisitions this week: Broadcom buying CA and AT&T buying AlienVault. Seems fine. Meanwhile, you get to join conversation as we talk about how much different product management seems at cloud native vendors than traditional, “enterprise product management.” Important nonsense Vinsanto is the Greek wine ...…
 
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. Do you have something cool to share? Some questions? Let us know: web: kubernetespodcast.com ...…
 
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 - L ...…
 
For some reason, we talk about Intel. Plus, SUSE going PE and sun screen strategies for kids. Meet us in Austin Get your invite — July 11th 5:30 - Software Defined Talk - Drinks & Socializing # Important nonsense Coté wrote some stuff on compliance and DevOps/cloud native/digital transformation. What do you call that stuff? Relevant to your int ...…
 
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 ...…
 
Why would a company buy Docker? With “near triple digit revenue,” perhaps there’s a good business model to match the interest in free, but, in turn, why would an acquirer want to pay for free? We speculate wildly, and without spreadsheets. Also, lots of people have been funded, there’s a new bundle of kubernetes releases, and we discuss t-shirt ...…
 
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. Do you have something cool to share? Some questions? Let us know: web: kubernetespodcast.com mail: kubernetespodcast@google.com twitter: @kubernetespod News ...…
 
Overview: Brian and Tyler talk with Erik Jacobs (@ErikonOpen, Principal Technical Marketing Manager, Red Hat OpenShift) about designing, deploying and teaching the OpenShift/Kubernetes roadshows for Developers and Operators. Show Notes: Red Hat OpenShift Roadshow Labs (source code) OpenShift Guides (source code) Workshops in Katacoda Infrastruc ...…
 
The following is a transcript of the audio recording you can listen to in the player above. Welcome to Briefings In Brief, an audio digest of IT news and information from the Packet Pushers, including vendor briefings, industry research, and commentary. I m Ethan Banks, it s June 21, 2018, and here s what s happening. I attended a technical web ...…
 
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. Do you have something cool to share? Some questions? Let us know: web: kubernetespodcast.com mail: kubernetespodcast@google.com twitter: @kubernetespod News of t ...…
 
Overview: Brian and Tyler talk about the latest news from the Kubernetes community, the difference between CI and CD, and various considerations for integrating CI/CD environments with Kubernetes. Show Notes: OpenShift Pipeines Jenkins Kubernetes Jenkins X Spinnaker CircleCI TravisCI GitOps - Operations by Pull Request Cloud Native Landscape 2. ...…
 
A transcript of the audio you can listen to above follows. Welcome to Briefings In Brief, an audio digest of IT news and information from the Packet Pushers, including vendor briefings, industry research, and commentary. I m Ethan Banks, it s June 13, 2018, and here s what s happening. I had a briefing with Rubrik s technical marketing team on ...…
 
A transcript of the audio you can play above follows. Welcome to Briefings In Brief, an audio digest of IT news and information from the Packet Pushers, including vendor briefings, industry research, and commentary. I m Ethan Banks, it s June 12th, 2018, and here s what s happening. I had a briefing with Donyel Jones-Williams, Director of Produ ...…
 
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. Do you have something cool to share? Some questions? Let us know: web: kubernetespodcast.com mail: kubernetespodcast@google.com twitter: @kubernetespod News of the week Regional clusters in Goog ...…
 
GItHub got bought so we breakdown what it all means for devs and open source. Matt Ray offers expert tips on relocating your family aboard as Coté prepares to move to Amsterdam. Finally, we announced the first live in person Software Defined Talk meetup in July somewhere in Austin. Don’t miss it. GitHub got bought Price: $7.5bn in stock. Gettin ...…
 
On this weeks Kubernetes Podcast, Adam and Craig talk to Matt Rickard about Skaffold. Do you have something cool to share? Some questions? Let us know: web: kubernetespodcast.com mail: kubernetespodcast@google.com twitter: @kubernetespod News of the week Microsoft to acquire GitHub for $7.5bnby New CEO is Nat Friedman, previously of Ximian and ...…
 
A transcript of the audio that you can play above follows. Welcome to Briefings In Brief, an audio digest of IT news and information from the Packet Pushers, including vendor briefings, industry research, and commentary. I m Ethan Banks, it s June 5th, 2018, and here s what s happening. I had a briefing with DriveScale on May 31st. Who s DriveS ...…
 
Overview: Brian and Tyler talk some of the basics, lessons learned and other things people could use to “fast-track” what they need to be successful with Kubernetes. Show Notes: Learn Kubernetes Learn OpenShift Learn Containers (with Docker) Learn Containers (without Docker) Learn Prometheus Show Premise: Kubernetes community now has 10 release ...…
 
There’s a new IaaS magic quadrant out that we finally take a look at. Plus, with some nerd-fighting in the kubernetes world, we discuss the point of all these blinking cursors. This episode brought to you by: Datadog! This episode is sponsored by Datadog, a monitoring platform for cloud-scale infrastructure and applications. Sign up for a free ...…
 
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). Do you have something cool to share? Some questions? Let us know: web: kubernetespodcast.com mail: kubernetespodcast@google.com twitter: @kubernetespod News of the week ...…
 
Overview: Brian and Tyler talk about the many ways to deploy an application onto a Kubernetes cluster, from the perspective of Devs and Ops. Listener Question (Matthew): I was interested to know if you guys could talk a little more about the relationship between: OpenShift templates Helm templates CoreOS Operators Show Notes: PodCTL Basics - Ho ...…
 
“Packaging,” let’s talk about it - still your beating heart, dear listeners! We discuss the news, eats, and entertainment from ChefConf and then dip into the news from the OpenStack summit. As we meander between those two we also talk about kubernetes Helm, packaging, and how Docker is (they say) going to save you $50m in computer costs. This e ...…
 
Pica8 makes it first steps into network automation in a unique fashion with apps for its PicOS NOS. PicaFabric build a virtual switch chassis from an leaf/spine switch clister. The PicaPilot app builds vitual switch stack for fat tree L2 everywhere campus networks. All this is done with open hardware that you can mix & match. Link: Show 382: Wh ...…
 
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 [Go ...…
 
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. Do you have something cool to share? Some questions? Let us know: web: kubernetespo ...…
 
We discuss recent kubernetes news, London, and whatever the hell "serverless" is. If you’re lucky enough to have access, check out Hammond & Rymer’s Jan 2018 report on serverless, it’s amazingly good and helpful. This episode brought to you by: Datadog! This episode is sponsored by Datadog, a monitoring platform for cloud-scale infrastructure a ...…
 
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, ...…
 
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 / C ...…
 
Conference season is upon us so we recap all the announcements from Google I/O and Microsoft Build. We also discuss the Mesosphere funding and attempt to deceiver what exactly they are doing with DC/OS. Finally, we have recommendations for Mother’s Day gifts, making kid lunches and some talk of the Lego Millennium Falcon. Relevant to your inter ...…
 
Craig and Adam bring you the news from KubeCon and an interview with Kubeflow product manager David Aronchick from Google. Do you have something cool to share? Some questions? Let us know: web: kubernetespodcast.com mail: kubernetespodcast@google.com twitter: @kubernetespod News of the week KubeCon + CloudNativeCon Certified Kubernetes Applicat ...…
 
Overview:Brian and Tyler talk with Joe Fernandes (@joefern1, Sr. Director Product Management @OpenShift) and Reza Shafii (@rezaloo, Sr. Director Product Management @OpenShift, formerly @CoreOS) about the CoreOS acquisition and transition, how CoreOS technologies are being integrated into Red Hat platforms, new capabilities for OpenShift, update ...…
 
Steve Francia joined the show and told us EVERYTHING about Go's new branding strategy (and don't worry, the gopher isn't going anywhere!) Sponsors Datadog – Cloud-Scale Monitoring — Monitoring that tracks your dynamic infrastructure and applications. Plus next-generation APM. Monitor, troubleshoot, and optimize end-to-end application performanc ...…
 
There’s a lot of container and kubernetes news this week what with KubeCon. We discuss some highlights from there, including Google’s gVisor project, angling to make life more secure in cloud native land. We then discuss Red Hat’s Operators, Chef, and related ways to package up applications and related configuration for deployment onto cloud pl ...…
 
On 6 November 2017 in Episode 12 of Briefings in Brief, I speculated on what would happen with VMware’s acquisition of VeloCloud. This week we see the launch of “NSX SD-WAN by VeloCloud” and it’s time to update those thoughts. The post BiB 41: VMware NSX SD-WAN By VeloCloud appeared first on Packet Pushers.…
 
Anuta Networks, which makes software to orchestrate physical and virtual network infrastructure, will launch a SaaS version of its product on June 1st. The idea is to entice more customers into orchestration by releasing a cloud version that lets them ease into a deployment and start small. Anuta will offer Standard and Advanced versions of its ...…
 
Overview: Brian and Tyler talk with Brandon Philips (@brandonphilips, Founder/CTO at @CoreOS, Member of Technical Staff at @RedHat) about the announcement of the Operators Framework, how the Operator SDK and Lifecycle Manager will help companies, as well as his experience at CoreOS of developing etcd, Prometheus and Vault operators. We also dis ...…
 
Eating dumplings, it turns out, is more complicated than just sticking them in your dumpling hole, as Coté found out in Bangkok thanks to a Singaporean friend. We’re live-to-tape from DevOpsDays Jakarta this episode, just Coté and Matt Ray. We discuss the Pentagon’s stubbornness of (seemingly) picking just one cloud provider for their major clo ...…
 
Ron Evans joined the show and talked with us about GoCV, Gobot, using Go to control drones, and other interesting projects and news. Sponsors Airbrake – Airbrake is an exception reporting service, currently providing error monitoring for 50,000 applications with support for 18 programming languages. ActiveState – ActiveState builds open source ...…
 
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. Do you have something cool to share? Some questions? Let us know: web: kubernetespodcast.com mail: kubernetespodcast@google.com twitter: @kubernetespod News of the week Gimbal Introducing Heptio ...…
 
This is a bonus segment in the after show of Go Time #77 with Russ Cox where we talk briefly about WebAssembly (Wasm) support in Go, and how that plays into Go being used as a web language. Sponsors Fastly – Our bandwidth partner. Fastly powers fast, secure, and scalable digital experiences. Move beyond your content delivery network to their po ...…
 
Russ Cox joins us this week to talk about how Russ got involved with Go, Vgo, error handling, updates on Go 2.0, more. Sponsors Airbrake – Airbrake is an exception reporting service, currently providing error monitoring for 50,000 applications with support for 18 programming languages. ActiveState – ActiveState builds open source language distr ...…
 
It’s hard to be a medium sized systems management (“monitoring”) company: you either have to niche it out and exit early, or go big. With some recent funding and PE activity in that area, Brandon and Coté discuss that. Also, a detailed HOWTO on eating Texas BBQ. This episode brought to you by: Datadog! This episode is sponsored by Datadog, a mo ...…
 
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