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SE-Radio Episode 334: David Calavera on Zero-downtime Migrations and Rollbacks with Kubernetes

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SE-Radio Episode 334: David Calavera on Zero-downtime Migrations and Rollbacks with Kubernetes

Jeremy Jung talks with David Calavera about zero-downtime migrations and rollbacks with Kubernetes. In this episode we define migrations, rollbacks, and discuss how Netlify was able to migrate to Kubernetes and roll back off of it multiple times without impacting their users. David explains how developers can run old and new systems simultaneously, the importance […]

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SE-Radio Episode 319: Nicole Hubbard on Migrating from VMs to Kubernetes

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SE-Radio Episode 319: Nicole Hubbard on Migrating from VMs to Kubernetes

Edaena Salinas talks with Nicole Hubbard about migrating a VM infrastructure to Kubernetes. The discussion begins with an overview of the VM infrastructure at WP Engine. Next, they discussed the characteristics that indicated it was time to consider migrating to a container based infrastructure using Kubernetes. Containers are different than VMs. There are pros and […]

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SE-Radio Episode 270: Brian Brazil on Prometheus Monitoring

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SE-Radio Episode 270: Brian Brazil on Prometheus Monitoring

Jeff Meyerson talks with Brian Brazil about monitoring with Prometheus, an open source tool for monitoring distributed applications. Brian is the founder of Robust Perception, a company offering Prometheus engineering and consulting. The high level goal of Prometheus is to allow developers to focus on services rather than individual instances of a given service. Prometheus […]

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SE-Radio Episode 239: Andrew Clay Shafer on Modern Platform-as-a-Service

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SE-Radio Episode 239: Andrew Clay Shafer on Modern Platform-as-a-Service

Josh Long talks to Pivotal’s Andrew Clay Shafer about the state of platforms-as-a-service (PaaS; like Cloud Foundry). They cover how pass relates to the fast-evolving container-ready distributed runtimes such as Lattice, Kubernetes and Mesos. The discussion starts with a look at what PaaS means and moves on to how the technology has evolved, the community […]

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