Interviews and Q&A from my weekly YouTube Live show. Topics cover Docker and container tools like Kubernetes, Swarm, Cloud Native development, Cloud tech, DevOps, GitOps, DevSecOps, and the full software lifecycle supply chain. Full YouTube shows and more info available at https://podcast.bretfisher.com
Bret is joined by David Flanagan, aka @Rawkode Academy, from Pulumi to show off how Pulumi infrastructure-as-code can improve GitOps pipelines.
Our conversation focused on what GitOps and Pulumi are and how they work together to manage your infrastructure and app deploys. Streamed live on YouTube on March 24, 2022.
Unedited live recording of the complete show on YouTube (Ep #164). Includes demos.
Bret is joined by Anca Iordache and Dave Scott, software engineers at Docker Inc, to talk about why they made Docker Desktop for Linux and how it's different from running the Docker Engine daemon. Streamed live on YouTube on 21 April 2022.
Unedited live recording of the complete show on YouTube (Ep #167). Includes demos.
We talk about the origins of Docker Desktop for Linux, why it needs to exist, and how it's different than ...
Bret is joined by Lukas Gentele and Rich Burroughs of Loft Labs to talk about vcluster, a Kubernetes distribution that can run inside an existing cluster namespace, aka "clusters in clusters." Lukas is the CEO of Loft Labs and Rich is their Senior Developer Advocate.
VCluster is quite a universal tool for running fully-fledged Kubernetes clusters for dev and test environments and even potentially in production. In this epis...
Bret and his guests - Jamie Duncan and John Osborne, authors of "OpenShift in Action" - talk about Enterprise Kubernetes adoption, the barriers teams encounter and why it's worth solving the hard problems in enterprise teams by standardizing on Kubernetes.
Jamie is a customer engineer at Google Cloud and John is chief architect at RedHat. In this episode, we talk a lot about Kubernetes as the new common non-vendor speci...
Jim Bugwadia joins Bret to discuss Kubernetes policy management and "intelligent guardrails for K8s." Jim is the CEO and co-founder of Nirmata. He's also the founder of Kyverno, an CNCF Sandbox Project and open source project for managing policies in Kubernetes. We talk about what Kyverno is, what it isn't, and what problems it solves. We also talk a bit about Narmada and how it expands on that.
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In this episode, Bret is joined by Portainer's co-founder and CEO, Neil Cresswell, to get an update on their product. If you haven't heard of Portainer, it's one of the original web apps to manage Docker, then swarm and now Kubernetes. This is one of Bret's top 10 tools for consideration to manage your container environments. Neil will show off the latest from Portainer.io. Streamed live on YouTube on February 3, 20...
Bret explores and reviews tools that "might" replace Docker Desktop for those who decide not to pay for the subscription. He goes through the pros and cons of the alternatives. Streamed live on YouTube Jan 27, 2022.
Unedited live recording of the complete show on YouTube (Ep 156). Includes demos.
Bret's comparison spreadsheet: Docker Desktop Alternatives 2022, single-node for local dev-test
Bret is joined by Eran Bibi, a co-founder and CPO of Firefly to discuss Cloud and Kubernetes drift, and dealing with unmanaged resources and policy violations in Infrastructure as Code. Streamed live on YouTube on January 13, 2022.
Unedited live recording of this show on YouTube (Ep 154). Includes demos.
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In this episode, Jake Warner, founder of Cycle joins Bret to discuss and demo Cycle.io, a Kubernetes alternative to run your containers and reduce your DevOps complexity. In the background, it uses your cloud of choice, deploys a custom OS (using LinuxKit), and handles all the complexity of storage, backups, proxies, and networking. Streamed live on YouTube on Jan 6, 2022.
Unedited live recording of this show on YouTube (Ep #153). I...
Control your testing in containers with your code! Bret's guest, Sergei Egorov, walks us through testcontainers.org and AtomicJar for using API's to control Docker from Go, Java, Python, Node, Rust, Scala, and more. Streamed live on YouTube on December 9, 2021.
Unedited live recording of this show on YouTube (Ep 149).
Liz Fong-Jones from honeycomb.io joins Bret in this episode to discuss and demo their platform and Kubernetes Observability. Streamed live on YouTube on December 2, 2021.
Unedited live recording of this show on YouTube (Ep 142). Includes demos.
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Bret talks with Alex Ellis, Founder of OpenFaaS, about all things "containers on arm." They cover Apple's M1 arm processor, Raspberry Pi arm images, Docker Desktop and arm, Kubernetes clustering, Alex's new Netbooting workshop, and more. Streamed live on YouTube on Apr 1, 2021.
Friend and fellow Docker Captain, Viktor Farcic, joins Bret to talk about all things DevOps Automation and Crossplane. Streamed live on YouTube Oct 7, 2021, Ep 142.
The topic is the new Gateway API and Kubernetes Ingress. Bret met with Mark Church, Product Manager of GKE Networking at Google. They talked in detail and took questions from the YouTube chat. Streamed live on YouTube Apr 8, 2021, Ep 119.
Automating container deployments with GitOps is the topic of this podcast with Bret's guest, Nirmal Mehta. At the time of the show (March 2021), Nirmal was a Distinguished Engineer and Director at Booz Allen Hamilton. He is also a Docker Captain. Streamed live on YouTube Mar 4, 2021, Ep 114.
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Docker Captain and Engineering Consultant Laura Tacho joins Bret and they go through all their favorite topics and tech things of 2021. Streamed live on YouTube Dec 16, 2021, Ep 150.
Bret talks with Stack Overflow legend and Docker Captain, Brandon Mitchell. They talk about (and demo) “regclient” his new project for managing registries remotely via API, and all that’s happened over the last year with Docker registries and Docker Hub. It's worth watching the demos on YouTube. Streamed live on YouTube Jan 21, 2021, Ep 108.
Bret is joined by Komodor CTO and co-founder Itiel Shwartz to talk about Kubernetes troubleshooting and using their new app to highlight changes and alerts in your clusters. Check out the unedited video version on YouTube to experience the demo. https://youtu.be/zGA6ZwdYM5A
Streamed live on YouTube on March 11, 2021, Ep 115.
Docker announced Compose v2 at DockerCon 2021. Bret goes through all the new stuff you didn't know about. If you're a fan of composing (his fav docker tool), this podcast reviews what docker's done over the last two years to make it so much better! This is another episode pulled from the archive that's still quite relevant. Streamed live on YouTube Jun 10, 2021, Ep 126.
Unedited live recording on YouTube Ep 126
The topic is automating your K8s YAML validation. Bret’s guest is Eyar Zilberman, co-founder of Datree and they go through various tools and their pros and cons and help you understand why automated validation is vital as you automate your Kubernetes deployment pipeline. Streamed live on YouTube Nov 11, 2021, Ep 146.
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Hosted by Laura Beil (Dr. Death, Bad Batch), Sympathy Pains is a six-part series from Neon Hum Media and iHeartRadio. For 20 years, Sarah Delashmit told people around her that she had cancer, muscular dystrophy, and other illnesses. She used a wheelchair and posted selfies from a hospital bed. She told friends and coworkers she was trapped in abusive relationships, or that she was the mother of children who had died. It was all a con. Sympathy was both her great need and her powerful weapon. But unlike most scams, she didn’t want people’s money. She was after something far more valuable.