If you've read any tech blogs in the past few years, you'll certainly have seen rapturous exaltations about containers and Kubernetes. But does this decade's big innovation live up to the hype?This week, host Michael Bird takes us back to basics to explore the dynamic world of containers from the ground up, from Docker to Kubernetes. Google Advocate Kaslin Fields explains the who, the what, the why, and the how, of this small, yet mighty innovation.Not just a handy tool for DevOps teams, Chris Ibbitson explains why organisations should start evaluating containers, and demystifies microservices, the 12 factors, and cloud-native methodologies. Plus, Stuart Anderson talks implementation and scaling, and how containers have shaken their insecure image.The long show notes for this episode can be found here: https://community.hpe.com/t5/hpe-blog-uk-ireland/containers-this-decade-s-biggest-innovation-technology-untangled/ba-p/7099513#.X03tDHlKiUk
It was great to chat with Kaslin at NewOpsDays Dallas. We talked about how DevOps largely neglects Ops and what it means to be a Tech Advocate. Web: sweetcode.io/developers-eating-the-world/ Youtube: youtu.be/xXmMg1HVhYk Instagram: www.instagram.com/devseatworld/ SC Twitter: www.twitter.com/sweetcodehq Chris Twitter: twitter.com/hoardinginfo Chris LinkedIn: www.linkedin.com/in/cloudproductandmarketing/
This week on the podcast, we celebrate our 200th episode by inviting some old friends back to talk about cloud, mentoring and comics!
How have open source communities changed over the years? Two decades ago, there were many open source projects, yet much of the code used in business still came from vendors. Those days, most all of the infrastructure — from the network stack to log analysis tools — is mostly open source. No longer is it only individual coders uploading their work, but the largest software companies are sharing their code as well. Some time over the past decade, the network effect kicked in and projects such as Linux or Kubernetes that were developed by communities around the world reached a level of sophistication that would be hard to watch even by the largest proprietary software vendor. Just ask Microsoft and Oracle, which both have been embracing open source for the past decade. In fact we did ask Microsoft and Oracle. For this newest episode of The New Stack Makers podcast, we pow-wowed with Oracle Principal Member of Technical Staff Karthik Gaekwad, Oracle Solutions Architect Kaslin Fields, and Principal Cloud Developer Advocate Microsoft Bridget Kromhout to discuss how to best build and maintain open source software communities today. The podcast was live-streamed last month from Kubecon + CloudNativeConEU, held last month in Barcelona. The secret to open source success? People. Lots of people, doing lots of things, not just coding. Watch on YouTube: https://youtu.be/LEwwCrUvolk
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5
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5
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2 hours, 21 minutes
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