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Adam Glick and Craig Box
Kubernetes Podcast from Google
A weekly podcast focused on what's happening in the Kubernetes community. We cover Kubernetes, cloud-native applications, and other developments in the ecosystem. Host Craig Box can be reached on Twitter at @KubernetesPod or by email at [email protected]
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4.7 stars from 249 ratings
Super quality!
Every episode is a lesson or a inspirational story from the best. Craig is an entertaining and knowledgeable host, which makes for easy listening and massive info retention.
Bronwen GMR via Apple Podcasts · South Africa · 08/10/21
As useful as fun
The news are really interesting and really precious for tech watch, and the interview part is nice. Keep going, I’m a fan of your style
saphoooo via Apple Podcasts · France · 01/02/21
The guests are awesome and are the reason I keep listening. But there are major drawbacks to the format chosen for this podcast: (1) I always skip the first 10 minutes and go straight to the interview with the guest. The first 10 minutes is a boring set of news which I usually don’t care about....Read full review »
Maël Valais via Apple Podcasts · France · 07/21/20
Recent Episodes
Learn all about what’s new in today’s Kubernetes 1.23 with its release team lead, Rey Lejano. Rey is a Field Engineer at SUSE/Rancher Labs, and a contributor to the Docs, Release and Security SIGs. Long time listener Adam also drops by to ask Craig what’s been happening with the hiatus.
Published 12/08/21
Published 12/08/21
We celebrate the launch of Knative 1.0 with Ville Aikas, who has been with the project since the beginning. He was also with the Kubernetes team at the beginning, and thus we cannot resist a Pete Best comparison. We also celebrate Jimmy’s last show as our guest host with a rapid-fire Kubernetes...
Published 11/02/21
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