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Ryan Wallner & Bhavin Shah

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Kubernetes Bytes is a podcast bringing you the latest from the world of cloud native data management. Hosts Ryan Wallner and Bhavin Shah come to you from Boston, Massachusetts with experienced backgrounds in cloud-native tech. They'll be sharing their thoughts on recent cloud native news and talking to industry experts about their experiences and challenges managing the wealth of data in today's cloud-native ecosystem.
 
Więcej Niż Konteneryzacja to podcast dla osób zainteresowanych tematyką konteneryzacji oraz najpopularniejszymi narzędziami takimi jak: Docker, Kubernetes. Druga strona podcastu to tematy związane z automatyzacją, infrastrukturą jako kod (IaC) oraz szeroko pojętym światem DevOps. Podcast jest uzupełnieniem bloga SzkolaDockera.pl
 
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In this episode, Ryan and Bhavin go back to school and talk about Backup and Restore 101 when it comes to Kubernetes and containerized applications. We discuss why Backup is important, why you need a new approach for Kubernetes, and how do you plan for things like Kubernetes operators and custom resources. We also talk about how backup tools can he…
 
https://go.dok.community/slack https://dok.community ABSTRACT OF THE TALK In this talk I share my personal experience where when I was working for a client the company had a hard time innovating and did not have a lot of faith in their software/infrastructure engineers. From a 'distance' I saw a lot of potential where they already had knowledgable …
 
Docker CEO Scott Johnston joins us to talk about the announcements from this week’s DockerCon, the transition from an enterprise to a developer tools company, and the Internet’s favourite whale. Do you have something cool to share? Some questions? Let us know: web: kubernetespodcast.com mail: kubernetespodcast@google.com twitter: @kubernetespod Cha…
 
Gaze into the stars with Kubernetes 1.24 release team lead, James Laverack. James is a software engineer turned solutions engineer at Jetstack, and explains the difference between the two roles, as well as how he found his home in SIG Release and what to expect in 1.24. Do you have something cool to share? Some questions? Let us know: web: kubernet…
 
https://go.dok.community/slack https://dok.community ABSTRACT OF THE TALK What if databases only ran in a single place? That would be useless. But it's what we get with most database-as-a-service offerings in the public cloud. Kubernetes has the potential to change the game and let users run complex database anywhere they want. This talk tells the …
 
https://go.dok.community/slack https://dok.community ABSTRACT OF THE TALK This session walks through the basics of how data is represented in Kubernetes, from the grounds up and explores how databases - as a top consumers of data in this space - are handling multi-node and multi-cluster operations. we will review how operators help and why having a…
 
In this episode, Ryan and Bhavin interview Andrew Sillifant, a solution architect at Pure Storage working on all things databases and solutions. The discussion starts by talking about Andrew's early days with the LAMP stack, and how he sees the community evolve around containers and Kubernetes. We dive into the MySQL Operator and how it helps Kuber…
 
Big week for Istio! Craig talks to Mitch Connors, Istio user experience working group lead and IstioCon program committee co-chair, about the project and the conference. Mitch talks to Craig about the news that Istio has been proposed to the CNCF. Do you have something cool to share? Some questions? Let us know: web: kubernetespodcast.com mail: kub…
 
https://go.dok.community/slack https://dok.community ABSTRACT OF THE TALK The rise of Kubernetes has triggered an exponential growth of metric and trace data. This talk explores capturing and persisting telemetry data from Kubernetes apps without any specific code changes using the OpenTelemetry Operator. BIO James Blackwood-Sewell is currently a P…
 
https://go.dok.community/slack https://dok.community ABSTRACT OF THE TALK In Kubernetes, it can be difficult to keep application API keys, access tokens and passwords safe. There are several different approaches to solving this problem, and in this talk Kim will demonstrate how to install Hashicorp Vault and the Secrets Store CSI Driver so that you…
 
https://go.dok.community/slack https://dok.community ABSTRACT OF THE TALK Welcome Helm users! CNCF Flux has a best-in-class way to use Helm according to GitOps principles. For you, that means improved security, reliability, and velocity - no more being on the pager on the weekends or having painful troubleshooting or rollback when things go wrong. …
 
In this episode, Ryan and Bhavin interview Patrick McFadin, VP of Developer Relations at Datastax, who is a co-author of the upcoming O’Reilly book “Managing Cloud-Native Data on Kubernetes” and a contributor to the Apache Cassandra project. The discussion dives into how K8ssandra helps users deploy Cassandra on Kubernetes clusters, and how custome…
 
Divya Mohan is a Technical Writer with SUSE, a CNCF Ambassador, co-chair of Kubernetes SIG Docs, and a mentor to new contributors. Learn how her love of language and learning led her from production support to the core of the community. Do you have something cool to share? Some questions? Let us know: web: kubernetespodcast.com mail: kubernetespodc…
 
https://go.dok.community/slack https://dok.community ABSTRACT OF THE TALK This talk will provide a high-level overview of Kubernetes, Helm charts and how they can be used to deploy Apache Druid clusters of any size. We'll review how Kubernetes functionality enables resilience and self-healing, historical tiers through node group affinity, middle ma…
 
Bruno Andrade is founder and CEO of Shipa, delivering applications and policy “as code” to Kubernetes with a SaaS model. We discuss founding companies in Canada vs the USA, abstractions for deploying apps, and whether Kubernetes will really ever disappear. Do you have something cool to share? Some questions? Let us know: web: kubernetespodcast.com …
 
In this episode of Kubernetes Bytes, Bhavin and Ryan talk to the Co-founder & CTO of ContainIQ Matt Lenhard to dive into eBPF and what role it plays in the Kubernetes observability ecosystem. Learn about what eBPF is, what use cases it is used for and how you can get started learning more. Show News links https://cloud.redhat.com/blog/introducing-r…
 
When is it safe to run software? When is it safe to drink orange juice? Are we a better judge of one or the other? Santiago Torres-Arias is an Assistant Professor at Purdue University, the team lead of the in-toto project, and a contributor to The Update Framework. He joins Craig to talk security in both physical and software supply chains. Do you …
 
ThreatMapper is an open source tool that hunts for vulnerabilities in your production Kubernetes environment, and ranks them based on their risk of exploit. It is built by Deepfence, who also sell a commercial product based on it called ThreatStryker. Co-founder/CEO Sandeep Lahane and head of products/community Owen Garrett join Craig to discuss ho…
 
In this episode, Ryan and Bhavin interview Gabriele Bartolini, a PostgreSQL, and Kubernetes enthusiast, who is VP of Cloud-Native at EDB. He is a co-founder of PostgreSQL Europe, a founding member of Barman. The discussion dives into how Postgres has evolved over the past 20 years, and how people can now run Postgres on Kubernetes. We talk about th…
 
https://go.dok.community/slack https://dok.community ABSTRACT OF THE TALK Most K8s users find stateful K8s deployments challenging, to say the least, when persistent data is involved the declarative, portable, self-healing nature that we are accustomed to in stateless deployments is replaced with complexity, resiliency issues and portability restri…
 
The Argo project is a set of four tools to help “get stuff done” with Kubernetes: Workflows, CD, Rollouts and Events. Jesse Suen is a creator of the Argo project and co-founder and CTO of Akuity, a company set up to provide commercial support for it. Do you have something cool to share? Some questions? Let us know: web: kubernetespodcast.com mail: …
 
https://go.dok.community/slack https://dok.community ABSTRACT OF THE TALK Kubernetes is massively powerful, but there are still a large number of details that are needed to get right before really leveraging to build a robust data infrastructure. I'll dive into the complexities we've uncovered at Plural and how we're solving them, from cloud config…
 
https://go.dok.community/slack https://dok.community ABSTRACT OF THE TALK In this session, we'll be talking about a new open source project in the CNCF community i.e. the Cloud Native Glossary. The main aim of the glossary is to be the centre-point for all the terms related to the cloud-native ecosystem & we are actively looking for awesome contrib…
 
https://go.dok.community/slack https://dok.community ABSTRACT OF THE TALK Eventually the time will come to run a stateful app in Kubernetes. This can be a scary thing adding more moving parts to a Kubernetes cluster and deploying as well as managing your app on Kubernetes when it requires state. In this talk Steve Buchanan will take you through a j…
 
The fourth horseman of the apocalypse observability, according to Frederic Branczyk, is continuous profiling. Frederic is founder and CEO of Polar Signals and creator of the Parca open source project. He and Craig talk all things Cloud Native observability. Do you have something cool to share? Some questions? Let us know: web: kubernetespodcast.com…
 
https://go.dok.community/slack https://dok.community ABSTRACT OF THE TALK We all know that data intensive applications have had explosive growth in the past decade. Data now drives significant portions of our lives, from making sense of IoT swarm data to detecting fraudulent transactions at your bank. As software developers, we all have unprecedent…
 
https://go.dok.community/slack https://dok.community ABSTRACT OF THE TALK This talk walks you through our stack, architecture, and processes. We develop tools to deploy and run data-driven applications in a cloud-native environment. We will give a whirlwind tour on developing a Java Quarkus application, a CICD stack powered by GitHub Actions / Argo…
 
In this episode of Kubernetes Bytes hosts Bhavin Shah and Ryan Wallner discuss Kubernetes Operators and how they use persistent storage. Operators are software control loops that extend Kubernetes to automate and provide ease of use for application such as databases. Learn about some database operators and how they utilize storage. Check out our Po…
 
https://go.dok.community/slack https://dok.community ABSTRACT OF THE TALK This talk is about how I use several tools, technologies and processes to troubleshoot ClicHouse Performance. I will be talking about multiple Linux Toolkits, Trace Profilers like DTrace, BPF etc. and also ClickHouse System Tables. This talk also covers best practices/checkli…
 
Six years after its creation, Kubernetes is the subject of its very own documentary film. Job platform Honeypot has released. Josiah McGarvie was Honeypot’s head of video, and the lead filmmaker for Kubernetes: The Documentary. Join us for the director’s commentary. Do you have something cool to share? Some questions? Let us know: web: kubernetespo…
 
https://go.dok.community/slack https://dok.community ABSTRACT OF THE TALK Data mesh is a new approach for designing modern data architectures by embracing organizational constructs as well as technological aspects, data management, governance, etc. The idea is that data should be easily accessible and interconnected across the entire business. This…
 
https://go.dok.community/slack https://dok.community/ ABSTRACT OF THE TALK What's the deal with Postgres in Kubernetes? To get some answers as well as more questions, we're bringing together Álvaro Hernandez from Ongres, Ryan Booz from Timescale, and Gabriele Bartolini from EDB for an "Ask Us Anything" session. Send us your questions on Slack!…
 
Anna Belak learned about containers and security as a Gartner industry analyst. She is now the Director of Thought Leadership at Sysdig, who have just published their latest annual Cloud Native Security and Usage Report. Anna joins Craig to dicuss the report’s findings. Do you have something cool to share? Some questions? Let us know: web: kubernet…
 
https://go.dok.community/slack https://dok.community/ ABSTRACT OF THE TALK Patrick is a Data on Kubernetes Community veteran. He did the very first session "Is k8s even ready for data?" in July 2020 and has seen the growth of the community since then. Jeff Carpenter is a Software Engineer at Datastax where he works on the Stargate.io project. If yo…
 
In this episode, Ryan and Bhavin interview Vineeth Pothulapati, a product manager at Timescale, and talk about Kubernetes Observability. The discussion dives into what are the three pillars for Observability and how users can leverage different CNCF and Open-source tools like Prometheus, Promscale, and tobs - The Observability Stack for Kubernetes …
 
We’re back for 2022 with a look at Rancher Desktop, which recently hit 1.0. Its creator, Matt Farina, is today’s guest. Matt is a Distinguished Engineer at SUSE, was a founding chair of Kubernetes SIG Apps, and was recently appointed to the CNCF TOC. Do you have something cool to share? Some questions? Let us know: web: kubernetespodcast.com mail: …
 
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