In episode 35 of The Kubelist Podcast, Marc and Benjie are joined by Tom Preston-Werner. Tom shares insights gleaned from his open source journey including the founding of GitHub and his many side projects along the way. This talk explores themes on entrepreneurship, scaling, semantic versioning, dogfooding, and community building.
In episode 34 of The Kubelist Podcast, Marc and Benjie speak with Kyle Quest and John Amaral of Slim.AI. This talk explores container security in depth, including insights on software supply chain security, vulnerability scanning, and the three principles of shipping a secure product.
In episode 33 of The Kubelist Podcast, Marc and Benjie speak with Avery Pennarun of Tailscale. This conversation explores VPNs, mesh-overlay networks, Tailscale’s use cases, the relationship between scaling and architecture, and unparalleled lessons from Avery’s 20+ years in development.
In episode 32 of The Kubelist Podcast, Marc and Benjie speak with Waldemar Hummer of LocalStack. This conversation focuses heavily on how LocalStack is emulating AWS services locally, speeding up the development cycle for cloud developers, and maintaining their large open source community.
In episode 31 of The Kubelist Podcast, Marc and Benjie speak with Katrina Verey, Senior Staff Production Engineer at Shopify. This conversation examines Shopify's extensive adoption of Kubernetes, as well as the Kustomize project, a tool for addressing configuration management.
In episode 30 of The Kubelist Podcast, Marc Campbell and Benjie De Groot speak with Thomas Graf, Co-Founder and CTO of Isovalent. This conversation includes a deep dive on eBPF, the origins of Cilium and the lessons learned while creating it in the open, and insights on kernel development.
In episode 29 of The Kubelist Podcast, Marc and Benjie speak with Yevgeny Pats, CEO & Co-Founder of CloudQuery. They unpack Yevgeny’s career journey, the security and compliance space, and the open source CloudQuery project and its use cases. This talk offers evergreen lessons on entrepreneurship, information technology security, documentation practices for open source projects, and much more.
In episode 28 of The Kubelist Podcast, Marc and Benjie speak with Michael Guarino about Plural, a scalable solution empowering DevOps teams to build and maintain cloud-native and production-ready OSS infrastructure on Kubernetes.
In episode 27 of The Kubelist Podcast, Marc and Benjie are joined by Webb Brown of Stackwatch. This talk spotlights Kubecost, a project offering real-time cost visibility and insights for teams using Kubernetes.
In episode 26 of The Kubelist Podcast, Marc Campbell and Benjie De Groot speak with Tim Hockin, principle software engineer at Google and an originator of Kubernetes. This talk contains invaluable lessons from Tim’s storied career, the early days of Kubernetes, and insights on building and maintaining trust throughout the K8s community.
In episode 25 of The Kubelist Podcast, Marc and Benjie speak with Nick Santos of Tilt, a toolkit for microservice development. They discuss developer productivity, the difference between build systems and dev environments, and the evolution of Tilt.
In episode 24 of The Kubelist Podcast, Marc and Benjie speak with Jake Moshenko and Jimmy Zelinskie, Co-Founders of Authzed. They discuss the Google Zanzibar white-paper, the open source project SpiceDB, and the challenges faced when implementing authorization in modern applications.
In episode 23 of The Kubelist Podcast, Marc Campbell and Benjie De Groot speak with Michelle Nguyen and Natalie Serrino about Pixie, a CNCF sandbox project that provides Kubernetes observability for developers.
In episode 22 of The Kubelist Podcast, Marc talks with Chandler Hoisington of AWS about EKS Anywhere. They explore the decisions made by the AWS team in building a Kubernetes distribution and how the project is helping make Kubernetes more ubiquitous.
In episode 21 of The Kubelist Podcast, Marc Campbell and Benjie De Groot are joined by Taylor Thomas and Matt Butcher. Together they explore the WebAssembly ecosystem, the CNCF Sandbox project Krustlet, and how they’re pushing the limits of container runtime.
In episode 19 of The Kubelist Podcast, Marc Campbell speaks with Rick Spencer about InfluxData, developer of InfluxDB. Rick unpacks his career journey and explains how InfluxData uses Kubernetes and other CNCF projects from an end-user perspective.
In episode 18 of The Kubelist Podcast, Marc and Benjie speak with Miguel Ángel Ajo and Stephen Kitt of Red Hat. They discuss the CNCF sandbox project Submariner and how it’s solving multi-cluster networking.
In episode 17 of The Kubelist Podcast, Marc Campbell and Benjie De Groot are joined by Keith Basil of SUSE. They explore K3s, the certified Kubernetes distribution built for IoT & Edge computing, and how it removes the cognitive overload of standing up Kubernetes.
In episode 16 of The Kubelist Podcast, Marc speaks with Josh Dolitsky of Blood Orange about Open Container Initiative. They also discuss working with containers, Josh’s introduction to Kubernetes, and the importance of nurturing a diverse community.
In episode 15 of The Kubelist Podcast, Marc speaks with Evan Cordell of Red Hat. They discuss the inception and roadmap of the CNCF incubating project Operator Framework, as well as insights on deploying and managing Operators in your cluster.
In episode 14 of The Kubelist Podcast, Marc speaks with Jim Bugwadia and Ritesh Patel of Nirmata. They discuss the history and community behind Kyverno, a policy engine designed for Kubernetes and a recent CNCF Sandbox project.
In episode 13 of The Kubelist Podcast, Marc is joined by Tzury Bar Yochay and Justin Dorfman of Reblaze. They discuss the latest CNCF Sandbox project Curiefense, its community and product architecture.
In episode 12 of The Kubelist Podcast, Marc speaks with Craig Box of Google Cloud. They discuss Istio’s features and community, the purpose of service meshes, and solving big problems at the platform level.
In episode 11 of The Kubelist Podcast, Marc speaks with Lee Mills and Matt Clarke of Spotify. They discuss the origins and the roadmap of the CNCF project Backstage, and unpack the complexities of building developer portals.