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Episode 451: Luke Kysow on Service Mesh

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Episode 451: Luke Kysow on Service Mesh

Luke Kysow, software engineer at HashiCorp, discusses service mesh and Hashicorp’s open source service mesh, Consul. Luke and host Priyanka Raghavan conducted a deep dive of the features of a service mesh, including service discovery, health monitoring, infrastructure support, and security. The last segment focuses on how Consul talks to Envoy and also compares Consul […]

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Episode 446: Nigel Poulton on Kubernetes Fundamentals

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Episode 446: Nigel Poulton on Kubernetes Fundamentals

Nigel Poulton, author of The Kubernetes Book and Docker Deep Dive, discusses Kubernetes fundamentals, why Kubernetes is gaining so much momentum, and why it’s considered “the” Cloud OS. Host Gavin Henry spoke with Poulton about when to use Kubernetes, the different ways to deploy it, the protocols involved, security considerations, pods, sidecars, the RAFT protocol, […]

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Episode 440: Alexis Richardson on gitops

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Episode 440: Alexis Richardson on gitops

Alexis Richardson of WeaveWorks discusses gitops.  GitOps is a deployment model for infrastructure and applications in which commits are approved and landed in a git repository, and a deployment agent continuously applies the latest commit from the repository to production.  Host Robert Blumen spoke with Richardson about the origins of the gitops approach, at what […]

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Episode 375: Gabriel Gonzalez on Configuration

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Episode 375: Gabriel Gonzalez on Configuration

Gabriel Gonzalez, the creator of Dhall, the non-repetitive alternative to YAML on why configuration is important and how we can make it better. Adam Gordon Bell spoke Gonzalez about Dhall, yaml, total functional programming and dealing with configuration at scale.  Topics covered include problems dealing with configuration in a large organization, removing duplication from configuration, […]

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364: Peter Zaitsev on Choosing the Right Open Source Database

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364: Peter Zaitsev on Choosing the Right Open Source Database

Peter Zaitsev of Percona discusses with host Nate Black how to choose the right open source database and why you may need multiple databases. Topics include: vendor lock-in and the role of cloud database services, the value of experience, judging what use cases databases are bad at, why there is no free lunch when it […]

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