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Today’s conversation with Kelsey Hightower showed Gerhard what he was missing in his quest for automation and Kubernetes. The fundamentals that Kelsey shares will most certainly help you level up your game.
This is a follow-up to the last 45 seconds of the Kubernetes documentary.
Oh, and we finally cleared where we should run our changelog.com PostgreSQL database 🙂
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Notes and Links
- 🎬 Kubernetes: The Documentary - Part 1
- 🎬 Kubernetes: The Documentary - Part 2
- 🎬 Kubernetes The Easy Way! - KubeCon NA 2017
- 🎬 Kelsey, Kubernetes, and GitOps - GitHub Universe 2020
- 🎬 Kelsey Hightower’s Best Live Demo Yet - Cloud Next ’18
- 🎬 The future of Kubernetes - The DEVOPS Conference 2022
- Google Cloud Run
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