Red Hat Kubernetes weekly technology podcast hosted by Brian Gracely (@bgracely) along with friends from the Kubernetes community. Focused on Containers | Kubernetes | Red Hat OpenShift | Cloud Native Applications | Microservices | PaaS | CaaS | DevOps.
PodCTL is back! Season 2 teaser.
SEASON 2 - TrailerABOUT THE SHOW:It's been a few months, but it's good to back with our Kubernetes community. Since there are so many things happening around the Kubernetes community, and many people are new, we decided to move to a "season" format....
S2:E1 - What is Kubernetes?
SEASON 2 - EPISODE 1ABOUT THE SHOW:In this show, we look at the core architecture of Kubernetes, and what is included within the Kubernetes project. SHOW LINKS:Kubernetes HomepageCNCF HomepageFEEDBACK?Email: PodCTL at gmail dot comTwitter: @PodCTLWeb:...
S2:E2 - What challenges can Kubernetes solve?
SEASON 2 - EPISODE 2ABOUT THE SHOW:In this show, we look at the why technologists and business leaders are choosing to use Kubernetes to help solve new business challenges. We highlight the various types of use-cases that can be enabled by the core...
S2:E3 - How does Kubernetes get created?
SEASON 2 - EPISODE 3ABOUT THE SHOW:In this show, we look at the how Kubernetes is created as an open source projects, with contributions from hundreds of engineers, and governance by the CNCF. We explore the frequency of releases, and how new features...
S2:E4 - How does Kubernetes get released?
SEASON 2 - EPISODE 4ABOUT THE SHOW:In this show, we discuss the frequency of Kubernetes releases, as well as the differences between upstream project releases and vendor-created distributions (or cloud services). We also discuss why all variations of...
S2:E5 - What's included in Kubernetes?
SEASON 2 - EPISODE 5ABOUT THE SHOW:In this show, we explore one of the most misunderstood topics surrounding Kubernetes - what is actually included in the upstream project? We also explore how this often creates gaps for companies that want to use...
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Too much redhat
From the ridiculous red background to the non stop open shift I am seriously disappointed specially coming from the cloud cast team. I hope it changes but I am one opensh%*t mention away from unsubscribing. I know they pay. But keep the ads for the start. I work with it and it isn't good and even redhat knows it.