A weekly podcast focused on what's happening in the Kubernetes community. We cover Kubernetes, cloud-native applications, and other developments in the ecosystem. Host Craig Box can be reached on Twitter at @KubernetesPod or by email at email@example.com.
Kubernetes 1.23, with Rey Lejano
Learn all about what’s new in today’s Kubernetes 1.23 with its release team lead, Rey Lejano. Rey is a Field Engineer at SUSE/Rancher Labs, and a contributor to the Docs, Release and Security SIGs. Long time listener Adam also drops by to ask Craig what’s been happening with the hiatus.
Knative 1.0, with Ville Aikas
We celebrate the launch of Knative 1.0 with Ville Aikas, who has been with the project since the beginning. He was also with the Kubernetes team at the beginning, and thus we cannot resist a Pete Best comparison. We also celebrate Jimmy’s last show as our guest host with a rapid-fire Kubernetes quiz.
Engineering Effectiveness and KubeCon NA 2021, with Jasmine James
Jasmine James is an Engineering Manager within the Engineering Effectiveness organization at Twitter, focused on their internal developer experience. She is also the latest co-chair of KubeCon + CloudNativeCon, starting with the North America event last week. Jasmine joins us to talk about being in the same room as other people - up to 3,000 of them - for the first time in a long while.
Podman, with Daniel Walsh and Brent Baude
Red Hat maintains a full set of container tools and libraries, bringing their pedigree in security and operating system engineering. The most notable of those tools, Podman, has had a surge in popularity this month, after Docker announced changes in their subscription model. Daniel Walsh leads the Red Hat containers team, and Brent Baude is the architect and primary maintainer of Podman.
Prodfiler, with Thomas Dullien
Prodfiler is a new tool that provides fleet-wide full-system continuous profiling. It is in some ways the second act of its co-creator Thomas Dullien, who is an internationally-renowned reverse engineer and vulnerability researcher under the name Halvar Flake. Thomas joins us to discuss his career, what you should profile in a distributed system, and why you can’t sell something with a negative cost.
ingress-nginx, with Alejandro de Brito Fontes and Ricardo Katz
The most popular Ingress controller for Kubernetes is ingress-nginx, created in 2015 by Alejandro de Brito Fontes. Alejandro stepped down earlier this year, and the project is now maintained by a team including Ricardo Katz. Learn the history and what’s in the new 1.0 release from a pair of South American self-proclaimed sysadmins.