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Why does SDN even exist? (No, not SDT, but Software Defined Networking). Also, we discuss a recent Google Anthos interview as well, some kubernetes stuff, and the Mongolian Grill restaurant concept. Sorry for all the plosives. Coté needs to get mic cover for his portable podcasting studio and that Tesla truck thing.
- Now we’ve got two topics.
- The sweet and sour sauce was just pineapple juice.
- Every culture has its tortilla.
- Well, definitely, everything just tasted sort of brown.
- This is where I learned about organized crime.
- I learned how to use the meat slicer.
- “There was hiding in the meat freezer.”
- I have a lot of stories from my time at the Mongolian BBQ.
- Nobody wants to go update the MIBs or something
- 90% of software innovation happens because developers don’t want to talk to people.
- 70% of software innovation comes from people not wanting to pay for shit.
- Life is basically a risk-curve analysis.
- I’m like the David Foster Wallace of podcast footnotes.
- The most sincere ad read ever.
- Nobody cares about your open source glue.
- Why don’t you change your terribleness?
- There’s a lot of money in muck.
- In Search of Excellence strikes again!
- The PT Cruiser was a hand me down - it wasn’t my choice.
- Black Friday/Black Week.
- Zwarte Piet, pepernoot.
Relevant to your interests
- Anthos: Google's bid for Kubernetes differentiation - interview about Anthos.
- Basically, multi-cloud (meaning, runs on private cloud) kubernetes platform that fills in the details and missing stuff with proprietary Google code and integration work…right?
- “We have a lot of people that have kicked the tires on K8s with open source, but when they are serving their customers, they want an SLO [service-level objective] with [Google].”
- KubeCon NA trip notes:
- IBM paid $34B for this: Where Red Hat is taking OpenShift.
- How open source changed everything - again.
- Whatever happened to “Big Data”?
- Datadog container report:
- Node.js and Java are the top two.
- People run older versions of kubernetes.
- “he average container lifespan at a typical company running unorchestrated infrastructure is about two days, down from about 6 days in mid-2018.”
- “service mesh technologies do not yet rank among the top container images”
- Banking on the Future: Why our most hated institutions will become our most beloved.
- Google Will Award $1M-Plus to People Who Can Hack Titan M Security Chip.
- Personal And Social Information Of 1.2 Billion People Discovered In Massive Data Leak: “On October 16, 2019 Bob Diachenko and Vinny Troia discovered a wide-open Elasticsearch server containing an unprecedented 4 billion user accounts spanning more than 4 terabytes of data. A total count of unique people across all data sets reached more than 1.2 billion people, making this one of the largest data leaks from a single source organization in history. The leaked data contained names, email addresses, phone numbers, LinkedIN and Facebook profile information.”
- Tesla claimed its pickup truck was ‘bulletproof’ — then smashed its windows with a metal ball.
- PayPal buys money-saving service Honey for $4 billion.
- Amazon cites Fox News segment, Trump rally in formal protest of Pentagon’s $10B JEDI award - the military is never getting that cloud.
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- Sent stickers to Chris in Pittsburgh. He says. “Thanks much for the show, look forward to every week and the great mix of strategy, Kubernetes, parenting, meat, and travel.’
- Ashish from Charlotte and he say he “Loves the show.”
Conferences, et. al.
- December - 2019, a city near you: The 2019 SpringOne Tours are posted: Toronto Dec 2nd.
- December 12-13 2019 - Kubernetes Forum Sydney
- NO-SSH-JJ wants you go to DeliveryConf in Seattle on Jan 21st & 22nd, Use promo code: SDT10 to get 10% off. JJ wants you to read about Delivery Conf Format too.
- June 1-4: ChefConf 2020
- Jordi wants you to go to GitLab Commit Jan. 14th
SDT news & hype
- Join us in Slack.
- Send your postal address to email@example.com and we will send you free laptop stickers!
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- Listen to the Software Defined Interviews Podcast. Check out the back catalog.
- Brandon built the Quick Concall iPhone App and he wants you to buy it for $0.99.
- Use the code SDT to get $20 off Coté’s book, Digital WTF, so $5 total.
- Matt: Black Friday… sorry Adbusters.
- Coté: Joan Didion, The White Album - the audio book read by Susan Varon is fantastic, perfectly matching Didion’s tone.
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