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.
Show Overview: Brian Gracely (@bgracely) and Tyler Britten (@vmtyler) introduce the PodCTL podcast, discuss the latest news in the Kubernetes community, highlight the OpenShift 3.6 launch, and answers some frequently asked questions about Linux containers.
Show Description: Brian and Tyler discuss some of the use-cases that businesses have for using Kubernetes. They review several public examples of Kubernetes uses, both in web scale and Enterprise environments.
Segment 1 - Thank you for the great response to the initial show. Response has been very positive and we’ve already h...
Show: PodCTL Basics #1
Show Overview: The basics of Kubernetes.
Segment 1 - What is Kubernetes?
Segment 2 - How does Ku...
Show Description: Brian and Tyler talk with Vincent Batts (@vbatts, Principle Software Engineer in the Office of Technology for Container Architecture at Red Hat) about the state of container standards - OCI, containerd, Moby, Linux vs. Windows containers, etc.
Segment 1 - ...
Show Description: Brian and Tyler discuss the broad range of tools that are available to deploy, operate and manage Kubernetes environments. There are lots of options...
Segment 1 - [News of the Week]
Show Overview: Brian and Tyler discuss the basics of Linux containers.
Segment 1 - What is a Linux Container?
Segment 2 - How do Linux hosts interact (and isolate) Linux Containers?
Show Overview: Brian and Tyler talk with Chris Aniszczyk (@cra, CTO/COO of CNCF, Executive Director of OCI) about the Cloud-Native Ecosystem, if there is a CNCF "stack", the CNCF process for project acceptance, and the growth vs. hype of Kubernetes.
Show Overview: Brian and Tyler discuss the basics of how an application gets into a container, how to layer OS + applications + dependencies, how a container interacts with a container registry, and how container files different from Kubernetes manifests.
Show Overview: Brian and Tyler talk about the technologies in “core” Kubernetes and the additional elements needed to evolve it into a more complete application platform.
News of the Week:
Show Overview: Brian and Tyler talk with Clayton Coleman (@smarterclayton, Lead Kubernetes Architect) and Derek Carr (@derekwaynecarr, Kubernetes Lead Engineer) about the Kubernetes development process, the role of SIGs, the process for deciding what gets included in a release, as well as an in-depth discussion about the extensibility of Kubernetes 1.8
Show Overview: Brian and Tyler talk with Jeremy Eder (@jeremyeder, Senior Principal Software Engineer at Red Hat) about the Kubernetes Resource Management Working Group, scaling Kubernetes environments, extending Kubernetes for high-performance workloads (HPC, HFT, Animation, GPUs, etc.), testing at scale and how companies can get involved.
Show Overview: Brian and Tyler talk about Kubernetes Networking and Kubernetes Storage.
Topic 1 - Let’s talk about the challenges of networking with containers and some of the ways that Kubernetes addresses these challenges.
Show Overview: Brian and Tyler talk with Paul Morie (@cheddarmint, Principal Software Engineer @RedHat, Lead of Kubernetes Service Catalog SIG) about the evolution of the Open Service Broker API, integrating with external services, the role of Service Brokers, and use-cases to expand Kubernetes applications.
Show Overview: Brian and Tyler talk Julius Volz (@juliusvolz, @PrometheusIO co-founder, promcon.io founder) about the challenges that Prometheus solves, how it does monitoring and interacts with other systems, how it works with Kubernetes, and common-use cases and patterns.
Show Overview: Brian and Tyler talk with Dan Walsh (@rhatdan, Consulting Engineer at Red Hat, container team lead) and Mrunal Patel (@mrunalp, Principal Engineer at Red Hat, OCI/runc maintainer) about the evolution of containers with Kubernetes, the creation of CRI-O, and the focus on container security and stability. We also discussed emerging projects like Skopeo, Buildah, Intel Clear Containers and Grafeas.
Show Overview: Brian and Tyler talk address some of the many layers of security required in a container environment. This show will be part of a series on container and Kubernetes security. They look at security requirement in the Container Host, Container Content, Container Registry, and Software Build Processes.
Show Notes and News:
Show Overview: Brian and Tyler continue their focus on Security with Marc Boorshtein (@mlbiam, CTO of @tremolosecurity), discussing Identity Management, Container and Kubernetes Authorization and Authentication, RBAC, and how IT teams evolve to manage security in more agile environments.
Show Overview: Brian and Tyler talk about CNCF Kubernetes Conformance, OpenShift 3.7 GA, and some common questions about day-to-day operations with Kubernetes.
Topic 1 - How do you de...
Show Overview: Brian and Tyler talk about the containers and Kubernetes news coming out of AWS re:Invent, as well as a look ahead to KubeCon in Austin.
Show Overview: Brian and Tyler talk with Gabe Monroy (@gabrtv, Lead Product Manager Containers @ Azure, CNCF Board Member) about a wide variety of projects and services that Microsoft is working on in the Kubernetes and CNCF communities - from Windows containers to Container orchestration to making it simpler for application developers.
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