PodCTL - Enterprise Kubernetes

Digging into Kubernetes 1.8

September 25, 2017 Brian Gracely & Tyler Britten
PodCTL - Enterprise Kubernetes
Digging into Kubernetes 1.8
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PodCTL - Enterprise Kubernetes
Digging into Kubernetes 1.8
Sep 25, 2017
Brian Gracely & Tyler Britten

Show: 7

Show Overview: Brian and Tyler talk with Clayton Coleman (@smarterclayton, Lead Kubernetes Architect) and Derek Carr (@derekwaynecarr, Kubernetes Lead Engineer) about the Kubernetes development process, the role of SIGs, the process for deciding what gets included in a release, as well as an in-depth discussion about the extensibility of Kubernetes 1.8

Show Notes:

Topic 1 - Welcome to the show. Both of you are top contributors to Kubernetes, both also lead (or co-lead) some of the SIG/Working group. Can you give us a sense of your community involvement from a contributor and leader perspective?

Topic 2 - Derek, you're on the nomination list for the Kubernetes Steering Committee. Chris Aniszczyk mentioned it a couple weeks ago, but what does that group do that’s different than SIGs?

Topic 3 - When there are 100s of contributors and many different focus areas, what is the process for deciding what’s included or prioritized or dropped from a specific release?
 
Topic 4  - Kubernetes 1.8 has a mix of Alpha, Beta and Stable features. What do you see as the key focus areas in this release? (e.g. RBAC, CRI-O, etc.)
 
Topic 5 - How does Kubernetes look at the explosion of “tools” around core Kubernetes (deployers, application templates, application frameworks) and when to make those parts of the project or keep them separate?

Feedback?

Show Notes

Show: 7

Show Overview: Brian and Tyler talk with Clayton Coleman (@smarterclayton, Lead Kubernetes Architect) and Derek Carr (@derekwaynecarr, Kubernetes Lead Engineer) about the Kubernetes development process, the role of SIGs, the process for deciding what gets included in a release, as well as an in-depth discussion about the extensibility of Kubernetes 1.8

Show Notes:

Topic 1 - Welcome to the show. Both of you are top contributors to Kubernetes, both also lead (or co-lead) some of the SIG/Working group. Can you give us a sense of your community involvement from a contributor and leader perspective?

Topic 2 - Derek, you're on the nomination list for the Kubernetes Steering Committee. Chris Aniszczyk mentioned it a couple weeks ago, but what does that group do that’s different than SIGs?

Topic 3 - When there are 100s of contributors and many different focus areas, what is the process for deciding what’s included or prioritized or dropped from a specific release?
 
Topic 4  - Kubernetes 1.8 has a mix of Alpha, Beta and Stable features. What do you see as the key focus areas in this release? (e.g. RBAC, CRI-O, etc.)
 
Topic 5 - How does Kubernetes look at the explosion of “tools” around core Kubernetes (deployers, application templates, application frameworks) and when to make those parts of the project or keep them separate?

Feedback?