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Kubernetes Podcast from Google

Adam Glick and Craig Box

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Kubernetes Podcast from Google

Kubernetes Podcast from Google

Adam Glick and Craig Box

31
Followers
182
Plays
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A weekly podcast focused on what's happening in the Kubernetes community covering Kubernetes, cloud-native applications, and other developments in the Kubernetes community. Co-hosts Adam Glick and Craig Box can be reached on Twitter at @KubernetesPod or by email at kubernetespodcast@google.com.

Latest Episodes

eBPF and Falco, with Leonardo Di Donato

We dive into the Linux kernel this week with guest Leonardo Di Donato, Open Source engineer at Sysdig. Leonardo works full-time on the Falco project, a runtime security engine that listens to the Linux kernel using eBPF - the extended Berkeley Packet Filter. Leonardo tells the hosts about the architecture of eBPF, how he has used it before and now, and what’s coming up for Falco.

35 MIN6 d ago
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eBPF and Falco, with Leonardo Di Donato

CockroachDB, with Peter Mattis

Peter Mattis is a creator of the CockroachDB open source database and co-founder and CTO of Cockroach Labs. His history in open source goes back to the creation of the GIMP image editor and UI toolkit Gtk at university in 1995, and his history at Google saw him work on storage and build systems. Hosts Craig and Adam ask him about all of the above.

40 MIN1 w ago
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CockroachDB, with Peter Mattis

GitLab, with Marin Jankovski

GitLab is a single application DevOps platform, including source code management and CI/CD tools for targets including Kubernetes. The application itself runs on Kubernetes, including in its largest installation, the SaaS version at gitlab.com. Marin Jankovski is an Engineering Manager at GitLab, where he was Employee #1. He joins Craig and Adam to talk about migrating to Kubernetes, remaining a monolith, and the company value of radical transparency.

31 MIN2 w ago
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GitLab, with Marin Jankovski

VMs, Edge, and Platform9, with Madhura Maskasky

Madhura Maskasky is co-founder and VP of Product at Platform9, a company who manage both OpenStack and Kubernetes. She talks to Adam and Craig about the transition from VMs to containers, why OpenStack is still relevant, and what they have to do to be able to offer a 99.9% SLA on cloud-native applications.

30 MIN3 w ago
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VMs, Edge, and Platform9, with Madhura Maskasky

Multitenancy at Cruise, with Karl Isenberg

Self-driving cars need self-driving backend infrastructure. Karl Isenberg is the tech lead & manager of the platform team at Cruise, a self-driving car company backed by GM and Honda. He joins hosts Craig and Adam to discuss two years of running multitenant Kubernetes.

37 MINJAN 22
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Multitenancy at Cruise, with Karl Isenberg

Invention, IBM and Istio, with Lin Sun

What do you do next when you have over 150 patents to your name? Write a book, of course! Lin Sun is a Senior Technical Staff Member and Master Inventor at IBM, where she has spent the past 14 years doing software engineering in areas including cloud and open technologies. She has worked on the Istio service mesh since 2017, and is on the Istio steering and technical oversight committees. Lin joins Adam and Craig to discuss invention, making Istio easier to use, and how being a mother has impacted both.

44 MINJAN 15
Comments
Invention, IBM and Istio, with Lin Sun

OpenShift and Kubernetes, with Clayton Coleman

Five years ago, Clayton Coleman took a bet on a new open source project that Google was about to announce. He became the first external contributor to Kubernetes, and the architect of Red Hat’s reinvention of OpenShift from PaaS to “enterprise Kubernetes”. Hosts Adam Glick and Craig Box return for 2020 with the story of OpenShift, and their picks for Game of the Holidays.

47 MINJAN 8
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OpenShift and Kubernetes, with Clayton Coleman

Monitoring, Metrics and M3, with Martin Mao and Rob Skillington

Martin Mao and Rob Skillington are co-founders of Chronosphere; CEO and CTO respectively. They both worked on the monitoring team at Uber, where they created M3: a metrics platform with an open source time-series database built for scale. They join Craig and Adam to talk about monitoring, metrics and M3 on the last episode of 2019.

35 MIN2019 DEC 18
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Monitoring, Metrics and M3, with Martin Mao and Rob Skillington

Kubernetes 1.17, with Guinevere Saenger

Hop on the release train for the fourth and final Kubernetes release for 2019. Release manager Guinevere Saenger joins Adam and Craig. to discuss how a classically trained pianist has a second act as a Kubernetes release team lead.

32 MIN2019 DEC 11
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Kubernetes 1.17, with Guinevere Saenger

Chaos Engineering, with Ana Margarita Medina

Chaos Engineering is the discipline of experimenting in identifying potential areas of failure before they express themselves in outages. Ana Margarita Medina is a Chaos Engineer and Developer Advocate at Gremlin, a chaos-as-a-service vendor that recently added Kubernetes support. She talks to Adam and Craig about the discipline, and her journey to it.

32 MIN2019 DEC 4
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Chaos Engineering, with Ana Margarita Medina

Latest Episodes

eBPF and Falco, with Leonardo Di Donato

We dive into the Linux kernel this week with guest Leonardo Di Donato, Open Source engineer at Sysdig. Leonardo works full-time on the Falco project, a runtime security engine that listens to the Linux kernel using eBPF - the extended Berkeley Packet Filter. Leonardo tells the hosts about the architecture of eBPF, how he has used it before and now, and what’s coming up for Falco.

35 MIN6 d ago
Comments
eBPF and Falco, with Leonardo Di Donato

CockroachDB, with Peter Mattis

Peter Mattis is a creator of the CockroachDB open source database and co-founder and CTO of Cockroach Labs. His history in open source goes back to the creation of the GIMP image editor and UI toolkit Gtk at university in 1995, and his history at Google saw him work on storage and build systems. Hosts Craig and Adam ask him about all of the above.

40 MIN1 w ago
Comments
CockroachDB, with Peter Mattis

GitLab, with Marin Jankovski

GitLab is a single application DevOps platform, including source code management and CI/CD tools for targets including Kubernetes. The application itself runs on Kubernetes, including in its largest installation, the SaaS version at gitlab.com. Marin Jankovski is an Engineering Manager at GitLab, where he was Employee #1. He joins Craig and Adam to talk about migrating to Kubernetes, remaining a monolith, and the company value of radical transparency.

31 MIN2 w ago
Comments
GitLab, with Marin Jankovski

VMs, Edge, and Platform9, with Madhura Maskasky

Madhura Maskasky is co-founder and VP of Product at Platform9, a company who manage both OpenStack and Kubernetes. She talks to Adam and Craig about the transition from VMs to containers, why OpenStack is still relevant, and what they have to do to be able to offer a 99.9% SLA on cloud-native applications.

30 MIN3 w ago
Comments
VMs, Edge, and Platform9, with Madhura Maskasky

Multitenancy at Cruise, with Karl Isenberg

Self-driving cars need self-driving backend infrastructure. Karl Isenberg is the tech lead & manager of the platform team at Cruise, a self-driving car company backed by GM and Honda. He joins hosts Craig and Adam to discuss two years of running multitenant Kubernetes.

37 MINJAN 22
Comments
Multitenancy at Cruise, with Karl Isenberg

Invention, IBM and Istio, with Lin Sun

What do you do next when you have over 150 patents to your name? Write a book, of course! Lin Sun is a Senior Technical Staff Member and Master Inventor at IBM, where she has spent the past 14 years doing software engineering in areas including cloud and open technologies. She has worked on the Istio service mesh since 2017, and is on the Istio steering and technical oversight committees. Lin joins Adam and Craig to discuss invention, making Istio easier to use, and how being a mother has impacted both.

44 MINJAN 15
Comments
Invention, IBM and Istio, with Lin Sun

OpenShift and Kubernetes, with Clayton Coleman

Five years ago, Clayton Coleman took a bet on a new open source project that Google was about to announce. He became the first external contributor to Kubernetes, and the architect of Red Hat’s reinvention of OpenShift from PaaS to “enterprise Kubernetes”. Hosts Adam Glick and Craig Box return for 2020 with the story of OpenShift, and their picks for Game of the Holidays.

47 MINJAN 8
Comments
OpenShift and Kubernetes, with Clayton Coleman

Monitoring, Metrics and M3, with Martin Mao and Rob Skillington

Martin Mao and Rob Skillington are co-founders of Chronosphere; CEO and CTO respectively. They both worked on the monitoring team at Uber, where they created M3: a metrics platform with an open source time-series database built for scale. They join Craig and Adam to talk about monitoring, metrics and M3 on the last episode of 2019.

35 MIN2019 DEC 18
Comments
Monitoring, Metrics and M3, with Martin Mao and Rob Skillington

Kubernetes 1.17, with Guinevere Saenger

Hop on the release train for the fourth and final Kubernetes release for 2019. Release manager Guinevere Saenger joins Adam and Craig. to discuss how a classically trained pianist has a second act as a Kubernetes release team lead.

32 MIN2019 DEC 11
Comments
Kubernetes 1.17, with Guinevere Saenger

Chaos Engineering, with Ana Margarita Medina

Chaos Engineering is the discipline of experimenting in identifying potential areas of failure before they express themselves in outages. Ana Margarita Medina is a Chaos Engineer and Developer Advocate at Gremlin, a chaos-as-a-service vendor that recently added Kubernetes support. She talks to Adam and Craig about the discipline, and her journey to it.

32 MIN2019 DEC 4
Comments
Chaos Engineering, with Ana Margarita Medina
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