42 min

Talos, with Andrew Rynhard Kubernetes Podcast from Google

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Kubernetes lets us manage our infrastructure declaratively, so why do we still manage the underlying OS with a myriad of different text files? And why allow shell and SSH access to a machine that should be immutable? So asked Andrew Rynhard before creating Talos, a Linux distribution built for Kubernetes. He’s now CTO of Talos Systems, a company founded to take it to market.

Kubernetes lets us manage our infrastructure declaratively, so why do we still manage the underlying OS with a myriad of different text files? And why allow shell and SSH access to a machine that should be immutable? So asked Andrew Rynhard before creating Talos, a Linux distribution built for Kubernetes. He’s now CTO of Talos Systems, a company founded to take it to market.

42 min