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Get the latest news on Kubernetes, the cloud native landscape, and the wider world of tech. Co-hosts Eric Gregory and John Jainschigg break through the jargon and help you make sense of it all. If you want to listen to more episodes of Radio Cloud Native, please visit https://www.mirantis.com/radiocloudnative/ to download, or find them wherever you prefer to consume your podcasts. You can also watch the on demand recordings of each episode on our YouTube channel @MirantisUS
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Insights from the tech industry's top leaders in this podcast about Cloud, IT Modernization, and Digital Transformation - hosted by Alex Raul and sponsored by Rackner. Listen to find out how organizations large and small are using cloud technologies to further their mission. Topics discussed include Cloud Native technologies like Kubernetes, DevSecOps, Serverless, Cybersecurity, Hybrid Cloud, Private Cloud, AWS, Azure, GCP, Open Source and much more. The Cloud Native Show is presented by Rac ...
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In the Cloud Native world, there are a lot of interesting people and interesting stories to be found. Not all the stories are the LinkedIn inspirational stories but the hard truth. Follow me on a journey where I talk to various people in the cloud native world about what they do, what’s their view on certain topics, and maybe get some opinions that are not the common understanding.
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Welcome to The Cloud Native Rejekts Podcast! This podcast series will focus on the iconoclastic inventors behind the Cloud Native Revolution. These are the people who “think different” - who Rejekt the status quo, and in so doing dare to risk Rejektion. In the words of Steve Jobs: “while some may see them as the crazy ones, we see genius, because the people who are crazy enough to think that they can change the world, are the ones who do.”
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Bret and Nirmal are joined by Melissa McKay, Developer Advocate at JFrog and Docker Captain, to discuss the best and worst of 2023. We recorded this episode in December of 2023 where we talked through our favorite tools. Whether a DevOps oriented tool or not, it just might be the things we like to use on containers and in Cloud Native DevOps. This …
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Bret is joined by Matan Mishan & Roy Razon of Livecycle to discuss developer platforms and how to improve developer collaboration and speeding up feedback and previews. We talk about the various delays encountered in pull requests due to feedback processes, and how Lifecycle's tools aim to shorten this feedback loop in Docker Desktop, local CLI wit…
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Bret and Nirmal are joined by Michael Irwin, DevRel at Docker, to talk about all the products and features Docker shipped in 2023, and what's coming in early 2024. Michael has been on this show many times as a Docker Captain and now as a Docker employee, and it's always great to dig into the details of the products with someone who's been using the…
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In the final episode of Radio Cloud Native, Eric takes a look at Kubernetes 1.29, a tool for creating OCI images of eBPF programs, new ways to live in a simulation (of Kubernetes), and more. A full list of topics covered in this episode include: Kubernetes 1.29, codenamed: Mandala New defaults for cloud provider integrations Storage refinements Imp…
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Bret is joined by Alex Kretzschmar to talk about Tailscale, a universal VPN that connects teams, devices, and development environments for easy access to remote resources. Alex and I talk about projects he's worked on in containers over the years and then we quickly get into Tailscale and talking about why he joined the team there. Tailscale is one…
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This Episode is a real gem - I'm super happy and honored, that Jeefry Sica aka Jeefy and Bob Killen aka mrboobytables took the time after a long KubeCon week to sit down with me and talk about a topic which is dear to us all. Open Source. Enjoy in this Episode a Deep dive why contribution in the cloud native space, or basically in all the Open Sour…
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I break down why Dockerfile frontends exist and how Docker's build engine "BuildKit" is giving us updated Dockerfile features. The TL;DR of this podcast is to add this to your Dockerfiles as the first line, always and forever. # syntax=docker/dockerfile:1 It'll ensure your Dockerfile will have access to the latest v1.x features of the "Dockerfile f…
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It's hilarious, we do quite some work together, but usually we only meet at conferences. This time, half of the planet away from Home. Meet Enrico and Volkmar from SVA - we chat about how their KubeCon experience was this year and what are the next topics to look into. Also a view of how you enjoy conferences as well as an honest view about tooling…
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Application delivery doesn’t have to suck. Bret and Nirmal are joined by Solomon Hykes, the founder or Docker, to talk about Dagger and their application delivery-as-code that runs anywhere. 💥 This episode is brought to you by our valued sponsor and friends at CAST AI! 💥 CAST AI is an all-in-one Kubernetes cost optimization and automation platform …
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While we would like to think that security is baked in from the start by developers, this is not always the case. Furthermore, security engineers and developers are not always on the same page when it comes to security testing. Code Intelligence aims to tackle this problem with CI Spark, a tool that harnesses AI to help write test code. In this epi…
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While there are a lot of managed Kubernetes services nowadays, one company is differentiating itself by focusing on offering a small-footprint Kubernetes-managed service that can be deployed on the edge. Zededa has partnered with SUSE using EVE-OS and K3s in an effort to help tackle some of the challenges of deploying Kubernetes on the edge. In thi…
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The OCI specifications for registry and image are getting a minor version number update to 1.1 soon, and this could be a big deal for anyone storing artifacts other than images somewhere in their infrastructure. This episode digs into the problem with artifacts today, and how the OCI and CNCF are planning to fix it with the "one registry to serve t…
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In this episode of TFiR: Let’s Talk, Shaun O’Meara, Field CTO at Mirantis, talks about the company’s new open source project k0smotron, and how it is helping enterprises deploy and manage control planes.TFiR Media LLC
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In this episode of TFiR: Let’s Talk, Mona Rakibe, Co-Founder and CEO at Telmai, talks about the company and how it is helping companies improve their data quality and investigate anomalies. They go on to talk about the company’s journey so far, some of the key capabilities of the platform, and what sets them apart from competitors.…
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In this very first Episode, Mario is meeting an old and long term Friend in the cloud native world, Guus van Weelden. They talk about DevFest Hamburg and the GDG Program. How they met and why Mario is the reincarnation of Guus. Also, They have a Chat about MOIA and the Work Guus does there, especially focused on the Cloud strategy and why Multiclou…
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In this episode of TFiR: Let’s Talk, Martin Phan, Field CTO at CloudCasa by Catalogic, talks about how the company is helping organizations with their data protection needs. He goes on to discuss some of the challenges customers are experiencing and how CloudCasa is helping to address these problems.…
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Bret is joined by Nirmal and a host of friends from the floor of KubeCon, to talk about the latest news and goings-on. We wanted to get some of our friends and people we haven't seen in a while that are making great stuff out there on the show for just a few minutes and it's sort of a rapid panel of rotating guests. If you actually watched the vide…
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In this short episode, I tell the tale of my registrar DNS name hosting for the last 25 years and what I prefer for a cheap and reliable name registrar. ★Topics★ bret.lol: for anyone to use as a localhost wildcard solution for local dev with friendly names and TLS. Cloudflare, a service I was already using for many things, started offering registra…
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Bret and Nirmal are joined by Chris Townsend, the engineering manager for Canonical's Multipass team, to discuss how to use Multipass as the easiest local virtual machine for Docker, Kubernetes and more! Multipass is my go-to solution for quickly creating local virtual machines of Ubuntu. I teach it in my courses, I've used it for many years, and I…
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InfluxDB 3.0 Rewrite InfluxDB, a time series database, underwent a major rewrite to create InfluxDB 3.0, also known as IOx. The decision to rewrite the database was driven by the need for strict control over memory management and high performance. The project started as a research endeavor and gradually gained traction within the company. The team …
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After returning from DockerCon earlier this month (Oct 2023), Bret recorded this podcast where he breaks down all the product announcements and details from the event. We hope you enjoy it and share it with your friends and colleagues. You can read all about it and get updates and Links to all the tools, betas, and info in our newsletter post. Enjo…
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Here are 5 key takeaways from this episode that you don't want to miss: 1️⃣ The People Problem: Laura Santamaria raises an important concern about verifying AI-generated outputs and tackling the challenge of the "people problem" in AI development. 2️⃣ Verifying Data Authenticity: JJ discusses the challenge of proving that a data blob originated fro…
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Bret is joined by Demetrius Malbrough and Joseph D'angelo from Veritas, the company that makes NetBackup amongst many other data protection tools. NetBackup has been around at least 25 years and I've been using it over 20 years, although not recently. So we had the two gentlemen from Veritas on the show to break down the evolution of NetBackup to a…
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In this episode of TFiR: Let’s Talk, Ryan Taylor, VP of Customer Success and Solutions Engineering at Transposit, talks about their new announcement about adding on-call capabilities. He also takes us through the evolution of incident management and what sets Transposit apart from its competitors.TFiR Media LLC
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Bret and Nirmal are joined by Ken Collins, AWS Serverless Hero and Principal Engineer at Custom Ink to discuss all things Lambda and to dig into the details of running containers in serverless. Ken and I have known each other for probably 15 years in the local tech scene here in coastal Virginia. And I've always respected him for being a leader in …
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Bret and Nirmal are joined by Grayson Adkins and Josh Thurman on the show. They are co-founders of Uffizzi, an environments-as-a-service company for Docker Compose and Kubernetes. We talk about ephemeral environments in all their forms. You might call them preview environments, developer environments, or pull release environments, which is my favor…
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Bret is joined by Dan Garfield of CodeFresh to talk about growth of GitOps as a standard, growth of Argo, and more. Dan is the Co-founder and Chief Open Source Officer of Codefresh, a CI/CD platform powered by GitOps and Argo. He helped launch the GitOps Working Group and helped lead the creation of the Open GitOps principles. As an Argo Maintainer…
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In this episode, Bret and Nirmal talk with Brian Douglas of OpenSauced. Brian Douglas, of GitHub fame, has founded OpenSauced, a cool web app and community of open source developers finding their next contribution and maybe their next job. Brian has so many stories of working with open source projects and having conversations with leading open sour…
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We're back with an exciting new episode of Cloud Native Compass, and this time we're diving deep into the captivating world of eBPF. Join Laura Santamaria, David Flanagan, and special guest Liz Rice as they unravel the mysteries and explore the incredible potential of this powerful technology! In this episode, you will learn: 1. The two parts of eB…
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Bret and Nirmal welcome Idit Levine, Founder/CEO Solo.io. Idit focuses on Service Mesh, API-GW and Multi-Cloud networking, and security. Idit has been involved in the Containers/DevOps community for 10+ years, building products from Docker to Envoy to Kubernetes, and now Istio and Cilium. We talk about Istio, Ambient Mesh, Envoy, Zero-Trust Securit…
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Get the latest news on Kubernetes, the cloud native landscape, and the wider world of tech. Hosts Eric Gregory breaks through the jargon to help you make sense of it all. In this episode, Eric walks through the highlights of Kubernetes 1.28, then breaks down the latest kerfuffles in the world of the enterprise open source, a major security issue in…
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Bret and Matt welcome special guest Brendan Burns, CVP Azure Cloud Native & Resource Management, and also a founding member of the Kubernetes project. Because Brendan is one of the three original co-founders of the Kubernetes project back in 2013 at Google, he's a little bit internet famous in open source and Cloud Native. So I was a little nervous…
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Curious about Istio's new deployment mechanism, Ambient Mesh? It allows you to use Istio service mesh without relying on sidecar proxies, which brings a bunch of improvements that Marino and Matt share throughout this episode; as well as a ton of deep dive technical implementation details. Creators & Guests Laura Santamaria - Host David Flanagan - …
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Bret and Matt welcome Michael Cade, the field CTO at Kasten by Veeam. If you've been around servers for a while, you probably have heard of Veeam. It made its debut back in the late 2000's when virtual machines and implementations of VMs were big. I first found out about them back in those days, because it was a great free product for small virtual…
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In this episode, hosts David and Laura, sit down with Laslo Fogas; a self proclaimed WebAssembly sceptic. They discuss the future of Cloud Native and improving the broken developer experience. Creators & Guests Laura Santamaria - Host David Flanagan - Host Laszlo Fogas - GuestDavid Flanagan & Laura Santamaria
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Get the latest news on Kubernetes, the cloud native landscape, and the wider world of tech. Host Eric Gregory breaks through the jargon to help you make sense of it all. In this episode, Eric discusses the new open source control plane manager k0smotron, Kubernetes’ new sidecar container feature, changes around Red Hat Enterprise Linux and how thos…
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Bret and Matt welcome Jake Warner back to the show to talk about LowOps. What does LowOps mean? What can Cycle offer us as an alternative to Swarm and Kubernetes? Jake Warner is the CEO and founder of Cycle.io. And I had him on the show a few years ago when I first heard about Cycle and I wanted to get an update on their platform offering. On this …
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Bret and Matt are joined by Corey Quinn to talk about AWS and containers. Corey Quinn is the Chief Cloud Economist at the Duckbill Group. You may have seen or heard some of his in-depth AWS content, including his Last Week in AWS newsletter and blog, Corey's podcast Screaming in the Cloud and the AWS Morning Brief, or his highly produced YouTube vi…
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In this episode of the Cloud Native Compass, host David Flanagan interviews Natan from Wix Engineering about event-driven architectures. Natan shares his experience as a software engineer for almost 20 years and how working at Wix has improved his engineering skills. Wix has a powerful website building platform that has enabled people with differen…
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Bret and Matt are joined by Brent Baude and Dan Walsh from Red Hat to talk about the latest with Podman, Quadlet, Podman Desktop and Podman machine, and how it all works with Kubernetes. Dan Walsh, a Senior Distinguished Engineer at Red Hat, has been working with containers since the beginning. He's a contributor to Docker, Project Atomic, SELinux,…
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Get the latest news on Kubernetes, the cloud native landscape, and the wider world of tech. Co-hosts Eric Gregory and John Jainschigg break through the jargon and help you make sense of it all. This week Eric does a deep dive into Prime Video’s microservice-to-monolith story - or maybe it’s a microservice refactoring? Then he explores some cool new…
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Bret and his co-host, Matt, are joined by Jason Dellaluce and Luca Guerra from Sysdig to talk about Falco, a tool I recommend for production clusters and knowing about any bad behavior on your servers. Falco is a security tool I've mentioned multiple times on this show, because I mostly think that a low level security focused logging product is som…
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I interview Marc Boorshtein, the CTO of Tremolo Security, an open-source identity management company that focuses on authentication, authorization, identity, and automation. Marc explains that their most popular tool is Open Unison, which allows users to log in to their Kubernetes clusters with whatever authentication system they have, such as LDAP…
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Bret is joined by Lukas Gentele and Rich Burroughs from Loft Labs to look at a new project called DevPod, that supports dev containers and VMs. It works with local Docker instances and AWS, GCP, Azure, and several other cloud providers. The project is compatible with Microsoft's DevContainer standard, which means it works with the VC Code standalon…
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In this episode, Rachel shares her journey into tech and how she ended up in the Kubernetes space. She did not have a traditional IT background, but she was always interested in computers and programming. As soon as she discovered the DevOps philosophy and movement, she knew that it was the right fit for her. She went down the rabbit hole of learni…
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Bret and Matt are joined by two engineers in Docker's leadership - Chief Technology Officer Justin Cormack and Senior Manager of Developer Relations Michael Irwin, to talk about recent Docker Hub changes, as well as their latest product releases. We touch on Docker's latest updates and announcements, focusing on the early releases of Docker Scout, …
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In this episode, David interviews Frank, a staff engineer at Personio, a big HR company based out of Germany. Frank has been in the industry for close to 15 years and has worked with various programming languages such as PHP, TypeScript, Kotlin, Java, Go, and Rust. Frank's interest in event-driven architecture started when he worked on a project fo…
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In this episode of the Cloud Native Compass podcast, the guests discuss WebAssembly and server-side WebAssembly. The guests include Kevin Hoffman, CTO of Cosmonic and creator of the WasmCloud open source project, Connor Hicks, founder and CEO of Suborbital, and Kate Goldenring, senior software engineer at Fermyon. They each share their experiences …
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Bret and Matt are joined by Chad Crowell of KubeSkills to walk through how you can contribute to Kubernetes open source. Chad started the kubeskills.com community and podcast to focus on learning Kubernetes by doing and in this episode, he's taking us through a detailed guide on how to get involved in the Kubernetes community. Although Kubernetes a…
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In the first episode of the Cloud Native Compass podcast, the hosts discuss a range of topics related to cloud, containers, and Kubernetes. The conversation begins with a discussion on the cost of cloud adoption, which is becoming increasingly challenging for many organizations. The guests share their experiences and offer advice on how to navigate…
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