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Kubernetes Bytes

Ryan Wallner & Bhavin Shah

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Kubernetes Bytes is a podcast bringing you the latest from the world of cloud native data management. Hosts Ryan Wallner and Bhavin Shah come to you from Boston, Massachusetts with experienced backgrounds in cloud-native tech. They'll be sharing their thoughts on recent cloud native news and talking to industry experts about their experiences and challenges managing the wealth of data in today's cloud-native ecosystem.
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In this episode of the Kubernetes Bytes podcast, Ryan and Bhavin talk to Christian Posta - VP and Global Field CTO at Solo.io about all things Service Mesh. They discuss how things have evolved from the early Linkerd days to sidecar less istio service mesh implementations. They also talk about how service mesh can help you connect to application co…
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In this episode of the Kubernetes Bytes podcast, Ryan and Bhavin talk to Torsten Steinbach - VP, Chief Architect for Analytics & AI at EDB about all things Vector Databases, Postgres, and why Data is important for building AI platforms. The discussion dives into how vector databases are different than relational databases and why using Postgres ext…
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Join Bhavin Shah and Ryan Wallner for a recap of announcments and news from KubeCon Paris 2024. Kubernetes Community Days (KCD) in New York City on May 22nd, use the promo code “KUBERNETESBYTES” to get a 10% discount on your registration fees! Nethopper Learn more about KAOPS: @nethopper.io For a supported-demo: info@nethopper.io Try the free versi…
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In this episode of the Kubernetes Bytes podcast, Ryan and Bhavin talk to Charlie Egan, Sr. Developer Advocate at Styra about all things Open Policy Agent or OPA. This episode is meant to be a 101 level episode, where we will learn what OPA is and how it can help improve the security posture for your applications running on Kubernetes. The discussio…
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Join hosts Ryan Wallner and Bhavin Shah of Kubernetes Bytes as they explore the complexities of Internal Developer Platforms (IDPs) with Chris Munford, CEO, and Dan Donahue, Solution Architect of Nethopper. In this episode, the team discusses the challenges of constructing IDPs, achieving the optimal balance of flexibility and prescriptive golden p…
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In this episode of the Kubernetes Bytes podcast, Ryan and Bhavin sit down with Janakiram MSV - an advisor, analyst and architect to talk about how users can run Generative AI models on Kubernetes. The discussion revolves around Jani's home lab and his experimentation with different LLM models and how to get them running on NVIDIA GPUs. Jani has spe…
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In this episode of Kubernetes Bytes. Hosts Bhavin and Ryan dive into what makes up a Internal Development Platform (IDP). Bhavin and Ryan help to define what an IDP is, how it relates to the overarching topic of platform engineering as well as the pros and cons of implementing an IDP. 00:03:01 - News 00:12:11 - Discussion Topic on IDPs Discount for…
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In this episode of the Kubernetes Bytes podcast, Bhavin sits down with Jason Dobies - Director of Edge Engineering at SUSE to talk about all things K3s. They discuss why Kubernetes is best suited for Edge deployments, and why K3s was built and how it helps users architect their edge solutions. The discussion goes into topics like Security, Storage,…
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In this episode of the Kubernetes Bytes podcast, Bhavin sits down with Lukas Gentele, Co-founder and CEO of Loft Labs to talk about the vCluster project. They discuss how vCluster helps organizations run multi-tenant Kubernetes clusters, where each tenant gets access to a CNCF-conformant Kubernetes cluster, while still being able to deploy everythi…
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In the first episode of Season 4 for the Kubernetes Bytes podcast, Bhavin sits down with Ahmed Bebars, Staff Software Engineer at NYTimes to talk about how the times uses Kubernetes and Platform Engineering to accelerate their developer productivity and improve developer experience. They talk about what the technology stack at NYTimes looks like, h…
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Learn along side Bhavin and Ryan as they dig into some of basics of Artificial Intelligence, Machine Learning and Deep Learning. They explore what terms mean, what the basic differences are and take an introductory look at how companies approaches to building and using models for various use cases. News https://aws.amazon.com/blogs/aws/amazon-eks-p…
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In this episode, Ryan and Bhavin talk about Kubecon + Cloud Native Con North America 2023 in Chicago, and discuss all the vendor announcements from the past couple of weeks. Kubecon North America was in Chicago and had more than 13500 attendees and shows a continuous increase in adoption of Kubernetes as the platform to run containers, virtual mach…
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In this episode of KubernetesBytes, Bhavin and Ryan interview Viktor Farcic, a Developer Advocate from Upbound, the company behind Crossplane. Crossplane extends Kubernetes into becoming a universal control plane for more than what runs in Kubernetes, however, you get to manage everything in a Kubernetes-native way. Hear what Viktor has to say abou…
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In this episode of Kubernetes Bytes, Ryan and Bhavin sit down with Michael o'leary and Ibett A to talk about how developers can build multi-cloud secure architectures using Kubernetes and the principles of Shift Left and DevSecOps. Check out the KubernetesBytes website: https://www.kubernetesbytes.com/ Join the Kubernetes Bytes slack using: https:/…
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In this episode of Kubernetes Bytes, Ryan and Bhavin sit down with Alexandre Pauwels and Kevin Scheunemann at DevOps Days Boston to talk all about IDPs and Platform Engineering. The discussion focuses on how organizations can build IDPs from open source tools and the how DevOps, SRE and Platform Engineering teams work together. Check out the Kubern…
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In this episode of Kubernetes Bytes, Ryan and Bhavin sit down with Paul Bruce and Don Luchini - the organizers of DevOpsdays Boston and talk about the value of community, what DevOps means to them and how the event has evolved over the years. Listen in to learn more about what to expect when you attend one of these events or meetups in the future, …
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In this Episode of the Kubernetes Bytes podcast, Bhavin and Ryan discuss Edge Computing and how Kubernetes and other platforms and distributions can help build better solutions for the edge. Join the Kubernetes Bytes slack using: https://bit.ly/k8sbytes Check out the KubernetesBytes website: https://www.kubernetesbytes.com/ Ads: Ready to shop bette…
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In this episode of Kubernetes Bytes, Bhavin Shah and Ryan Wallner interview Brian Chambers, Chief Architect at Chick-fil-A. Brian walks through some of the design decisions, challenges and architecture of how Chick-fil-A uses Kubernetes at the edge in their restaurants. Join the Kubernetes Bytes slack using: https://bit.ly/k8sbytes Ready to shop be…
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In this episode of Kubernetes Bytes, Ryan and Bhavin sit down with Madhuri Yechuri and talk about all things Nodeless Kubernetes and how users can leverage the concept of Just in Time compute provisioning to prevent wasted spend on their cloud bills. Madhuri talks about LUNA and NOVA - a couple of Elotl products that help users run a nodeless Kuber…
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In this episode of KubernetesBytes, Bhavin and Ryan interview Rob Croteau of Avesha. Avesha is behind the open source project KubeSlice which aims to enable admins to seamlessly connect multiple Kubernetes clusters no matter where they are located with a few command or clicks. Learn about the challenges teams face today with networking and how Kube…
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In this episode of Kubernetes Bytes, Ryan and Bhavin go back to school after the summer break and talk about What is Kubernetes Observability? They talk about how Observability is different from Monitoring, what are the three pillars of Observability and the CNCF projects viewers can check out to get started with Kubernetes Observability! Join the …
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In this episode of Kubernetes Bytes, Ryan and Bhavin talk to Kyle Forster CEO at RunWhen - a platform for troubleshooting Kubernetes with Generative AI assistance. The discussion starts by talking about LLMs and GPTs, and why everyone is building a ChatBot powered by AI. They then talk about how Generative AI can act as a co-pilot for SREs working …
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In this episode Bhavin and Ryan interview Surya Oruganti, Founder of Argonaut. This episode covers the complexities and challenges production Kubernetes environments encounter, how teams are often wrangling with infrastructure and pipelines rather than enabling teams to focus on developing value. Surya helps explain why these problems led him to cr…
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In this episode of Kubernetes Bytes, Ryan and Bhavin sit down with John Dietz and Jared Edwards - the co-founders of Kubefirst and talk about how users can accelerate their Kubernetes adoption by using Kubefirst. They talk about how Kubefirst allows users to leverage open-source tools and the GitOps principle to start writing code, without having t…
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In this episode of Kubernetes Bytes, Bhavin and Ryan talk with Shauli Rozen and Craig Box of ARMO security. The discussion focuses on how security mindsets and actions are shifting left to allow developers to include security practices earlier on in the application lifecycle. Also explored is the role open source plays in securing Kubernetes in Dev…
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In this episode of Kubernetes Bytes, Ryan and Bhavin sit down with Sachin Mullick and Peter Lauterbach - the Product Management team at Red Hat focused on Red Hat OpenShift Virtualization and the open-source KubeVirt project and talk about how users can run containers and virtual machines side-by-side on the same Kubernetes cluster. They discuss th…
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In this episode, Bhavin and Ryan chat with Kevin Backman from Major League Baseball (MLB) and Mike Wagner of Metify to talk about how MLB made the transition to baremetal Kubernetes with Anthos to support all 31 major league ballparks and their infrastructure for capturing on field statistics. 03:35 - Cloud Native news segment 12:10 - MLB and Metif…
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In this episode, Ryan and Bhavin talk about Kubecon + CloudNativeCon Europe 2023 and discuss all the vendor announcements from the past couple of weeks. Kubecon Europe in Amsterdam had close to 10000 attendees and shows a continuous increase in the adoption of containers and Kubernetes. Below, you can find links to the things discussed during the p…
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In this episode of Kubernetes Bytes. Ryan Wallner talks with community organizer and solutions architect Michael O'Leary. Ryan and Michael tackle what it means to build and be part of a community as well as how to participate in meetups. Michael also spends some time talking about his Certified Kubernetes Admin study group and how he's been helping…
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In this episode of Kubernetes Bytes, Ryan and Bhavin sit down with Dan Arcari - a cloud and backend technologist at Zus Health to talk about how they use a combination of Kubernetes, ECS and Serverless to run their home grown and off-the-shelf applications. Dan was employee #1 and has been involved in building the whole stack for Zus health, so the…
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In this Episode, Bhavin and Ryan tackle the topic of serverless computing. Bhavin and Ryan try to help answer the basics of what serverless is, isnt and why the term can be so confusing. Show Links https://www.redhat.com/en/topics/cloud-native-apps/what-is-serverless https://www.cloudflare.com/learning/serverless/what-is-serverless/ https://www.rea…
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In this episode of Kubernetes Bytes, Ryan and Bhavin sit down with Platform engineering expert Luca Galante, head of product at Humanitec to discuss all things Platform engineering, what is it, and how it is different from DevOps. They also discuss when it makes sense to have a platform engineering team and how you can get started on your journey b…
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In this episode of Kubernetes Bytes, Bhavin and Ryan sit down with Cloud Native expert Nigel Poulton of https://nigelpoulton.com/ to discuss WebAssembly and in particular its current and future role in the cloud native ecosystem. Nigel, Bhavin and Ryan discuss everything from "What is WebAssembly" to how it can run on Kubernetes with a WASM runtime…
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In this episode, Ryan and Bhavin talk to Christoph Hartmann - the CTO and co-founder of Mondoo about all things Kubernetes Security. The discussion starts by talking about Kubernetes Security Posture Management (KSPM) and then dives into Software Bill Of Materials (SBOM) and SBOM Attestation. They also talk about the open-source project "cnspec" an…
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In the first episode of season 3, Ryan and Bhavin talk to Michael Guarino - the CTO of plural.sh about how plural helps users deploy applications on Kubernetes easily. They discuss the challenges associated with deploying applications consistently across different Kubernetes distributions, and talk about how Plural provides a unified solution that …
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In this last episode of Kubernetes Bytes Season 2, Bhavin Shah and Ryan Wallner dive into Service Mesh. You will learn all about the benefits of Service Mesh, how it helps reduce overhead for developers, the different deployment models (sidecar and Ambient Mesh), and the challenges and benefits for each. News: Trilio raises $17M - https://trilio.io…
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In this episode of Kubernetes Bytes, Ryan and Bhavin talk Cesar Saavedra of Gitlab about the importance of GitOps, DevSecOps and more with Kubernetes. They also cover what Gitlab has to offer in this particular space and what new features they have been working on. EKS/Container Marketplace as EKS add-ons https://aws.amazon.com/blogs/aws/new-aws-ma…
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In this episode, Ryan and Bhavin interview Alexander Mattoni - Co-founder and Head of Engineering at Cycle.io about When to use and When to not use Kubernetes. The discussion focuses on the challenges associated with Kubernetes adoption - On Day 0 and Day 2, and what are other alternatives available to organizations that are just looking to run the…
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In this episode of Kubernetes Bytes, Jonathan Phillips & Sean Pomeroy from Kubecost join us to talk about understanding the cost of Kubernetes clusters. Kubernetes and the pods that run within the cluster are a large part of the cost story but it doesn't end there, networking, object storage, egress and more are part of the pull optimization story …
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In this part - 2 episode of Kubernetes Bytes - live from Detroit during the Kubecon + CloudNativeCon North America 2022, Ryan Wallner and Bhavin Shah talk to guests on the show floor and learn more about what's new at Kubecon, what are their thoughts on Day 0 events, Keynotes, etc, and also share some things to do in Detroit. They talk to Brad Asca…
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In this part - 1 episode of Kubernetes Bytes - live from Detroit during the Kubecon + CloudNativeCon North America 2022, Ryan Wallner and Bhavin Shah talk to guests on the show floor and learn more about what's new at Kubecon, what are their thoughts on Day 0 events, Keynotes, etc, and also share some things to do in Detroit. They talk to Peter Zai…
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In this episode of Kubernetes Bytes, Bhavin and Ryan talk with Vishnu Korde, CEO and Chief Architect of StackOS. The hosts explore the topic of "DeCloud" or decentralized cloud which aims to create anonymity through the use of cross-chain open protocols allowing individuals and organizations to create a decentralized computing layer for the interne…
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In this Episode of Kubernetes Bytes, Ryan and Bhavin talk about upcoming conferences and dig into the world of Kuberentes Security. Bhavin and Ryan talk about and dig into the various aspects of the 4C's of Cloud Native Security (Code, Container, Cluster and Cloud). Bhavin and Ryan dig in a foot deep from everything from encryption at rest, network…
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In this episode, Ryan and Bhavin interview Justin Lee, Principal Solutions Engineer at Confluent, about all things Kafka on Kubernetes. The discussion focuses on what Kafka is, how it helps developers build applications, and then dives into how developers or operators can deploy and run Kafka on Kubernetes using either Confluent for Kubernetes (CFK…
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In this Episode of Kubernetes Bytes, Bhavin Shah and Ryan Wallner dive into GitOps. You will learn about how GitOps came to be, what GitOps is, what tools are used to accomplish GitOps and what the benefits of adopting GitOps on your team will be. Where to get started https://argo-cd.readthedocs.io/en/stable/getting_started/ https://docs.gitops.wea…
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Ryan (@wallywalls22) and Bhavin (@bhavin04890) talk to Brendan Burns (@brendandburns), co-founder of the Kubernetes open source project and corporate vice president for Azure cloud-native open source, and Ganeshkumar Ashokavardhanan (@ganeshkumar_av), Software Engineer in the Azure Kubernetes Service (AKS) team about community, Kubernetes and open-…
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In this episode of Kubernetes Bytes, Ryan and Bhavin talk to the SIG Storage COSI Co-Lead Sid Mani about the Container Object Storage Interface (COSI) project, as it enters the Alpha phase of the maturity cycle. The discussion dives into the need for a different Object Storage standard, how it works with Kubernetes, the vision of the community, and…
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In this week's episodes Bhavin and Ryan dive into the three different operators that MongoDB has for deploying and managing MongoDB with Kubernetes with Developer Advocates Joel Lord & Cedric Clyburn. Come learn about the different ways you can get started using MongoDB with Kubernetes, lessons learned getting started and how to use MongoDB's multi…
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In this episode, Bhavin interviews Scott Lowe, a Principal Field Engineer at Kong. The discussion dives into what is Cluster API, how it works, and how it helps users deploy Kubernetes clusters at scale using simple YAML files. We also talk about the different components of the Cluster API project and discuss the new features introduced by the comm…
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This Episode In this episode, Ryan and Bhavin interview CTO of Speedscale Matt LeRay, a testing service that can collect and replay traffic without scripting, to simulate load and chaos, measure performance for Kubernetes workloads. Learn what Speedscale is, what kind of data is works and how it can be used in Kubernetes for various API driven appl…
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