PodCTL - Enterprise Kubernetes

Looking Forwards and Backwards at 3yrs of Kubernetes

August 02, 2018 Brian Gracely & Tyler Britten
PodCTL - Enterprise Kubernetes
Looking Forwards and Backwards at 3yrs of Kubernetes
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PodCTL - Enterprise Kubernetes
Looking Forwards and Backwards at 3yrs of Kubernetes
Aug 02, 2018
Brian Gracely & Tyler Britten

Show: 44

Show Overview: Brian and Tyler talk about how Kubernetes has evolved over the last three years, from the community to the technology to new things coming down the road.

Show Notes:

Kubernetes 3rd Anniversary

Topic 1 - Let’s start with people and community. How have you seen the Kubernetes community evolve over the past 3 years? What’s working well, and where have there been struggles?
Topic 2 - Technology-wise, where would you place the highlights for Kubernetes? This could be the technology itself, or how it’s been adopted, or maybe just the overall architecture.
Topic 3 - Technology-wise, where would you place the challenges for Kubernetes? This could be the technology itself, or how it’s been adopted, or maybe just the overall architecture.
Topic 4 - There seems to be a new chorus of pushback on Kubernetes, around the complexity of managing complex environments (e.g. DR for Stateful apps) and the serverless fans. Do you see this as a problem, a distraction, or valid criticisms?
Topic 5 - What do you see making a lot of headlines vs. being the important things for end-users to focus on for the next year?

Feedback?

Show Notes

Show: 44

Show Overview: Brian and Tyler talk about how Kubernetes has evolved over the last three years, from the community to the technology to new things coming down the road.

Show Notes:

Kubernetes 3rd Anniversary

Topic 1 - Let’s start with people and community. How have you seen the Kubernetes community evolve over the past 3 years? What’s working well, and where have there been struggles?
Topic 2 - Technology-wise, where would you place the highlights for Kubernetes? This could be the technology itself, or how it’s been adopted, or maybe just the overall architecture.
Topic 3 - Technology-wise, where would you place the challenges for Kubernetes? This could be the technology itself, or how it’s been adopted, or maybe just the overall architecture.
Topic 4 - There seems to be a new chorus of pushback on Kubernetes, around the complexity of managing complex environments (e.g. DR for Stateful apps) and the serverless fans. Do you see this as a problem, a distraction, or valid criticisms?
Topic 5 - What do you see making a lot of headlines vs. being the important things for end-users to focus on for the next year?

Feedback?